In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of February
Today’s popular culture often teaches us that we should put ourselves first. As Catholics, Lent is a gift that offers us a time to put our wants and needs aside and focus on drawing closer to the Lord. During these 40 days of introspection, contrition and sacrifice, we can grow stronger in our faith. By imitating Christ’s life, we grow in virtue.
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Since 1949, St. Joseph’s Youth Camp has provided fun and adventure for hundreds of kids each summer. Our past campers are sending their children and grandchildren so they can experience the same joy and fun they had as kids!
In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of January
Losing a loved one can leave us overwhelmed with grief and unsure of what to do next. In the aftermath of a loss, we are confronted with many important decisions to make when planning final arrangements. If we haven’t had end-of-life conversations with our family members, we may not know what their wishes are, adding stress to an already painful situation.
Matthew Rouhani pulled out his grandmother’s sewing machine and set up shop at home. The family’s kitchen table became his service station, where he would make 54 face masks and 181 blessing cards for St. Vincent de Paul.
In remembrance of those individuals served by Catholic Cemeteries & Funeral Homes in the month of December
At some point in our lives, we all lose a loved one. This is one of life’s most painful and stressful realities, and the power of grief can catch us off guard. Thankfully, we can rely on the Catholic Funeral Rite to guide us gently through the difficult journey of saying goodbye to our loved ones in the knowledge that Christ is by our side.
For those who have recently lost a loved one, this time of year it seems there is nowhere to hide from our grief. Though we may busy ourselves with the many activities of the holiday season, at one point or another, we’ll come face-to-face with a memory that makes our loss feel fresh again.