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SACRED PLACES OF PRAYER AND REMEMBRANCE

Starting on Saturday, Jun 19, 2021, we will resume our monthly Masses in the mausoleum. During this first Mass after the pandemic, we will honor all who were laid to rest at our cemeteries from March 2020 through May 2021. Father Miguel will read the names of loved ones who were interred during the month of May 2021.

Due to the large numbers, the rest of the names for all the preceding months have been uploaded to this website. To find their names, click on the "Events" tab under "Resources" section.

"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."

Isaiah 41:10

WE ARE HERE TO SERVE AND COMFORT YOUR FAMILY.

We are here to serve and comfort you and your family.

The Catholic Church confidently proclaims that God has created each person for eternal life. At the moment of death, life is changed—not ended—as an eternal dwelling is made ready for us in Heaven. When that time comes to move from this life to the next, Catholic Cemeteries  will be there to serve and comfort you and your family. As a nonprofit ministry of the Catholic Church, we’re an extension of your faith community.

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ABOUT OUR CEMETERIES

The Diocese of Tucson Catholic Cemeteries has been serving the catholic community since 1907. Our cemeteries, with over 150 acres of hallowed ground, are “Sacred Places of Prayer and Remembrance".

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PLAN AHEAD 

Pre-planning your burial arrangements can bring peace of mind to you and your family. It ensures that your wishes are known and that your survivors will be spared making last-minute decisions under stress. 

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EVENTS 

Stay up to date with the Diocese Of Tucson Catholic Cemeteries  Events, Masses, and Parish Outreach 

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