Catholic Cemeteries

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Catholic Cemeteries provide a holy, dignified, and prayerful place of burial that helps the Catholic Community see death as a bridge to the Communion of Saints.

 

The Catholic Church teaches us to treat the human body with respect – both before and after death. We will pray for these people who walked among us, and give them a final resting place with dignity and love. They are not forgotten.

Remember the Sacrifice

NO ONE HAS GREATER LOVE THAN THIS,
TO LAY DOWN ONE'S LIFE FOR ONE'S FRIENDS.

                                                                 John 15:13

Memorial Day Masses

May 30, 2022

St. Andrew Cemetery (Saginaw)- 10:00 AM Bishop Robert Gruss Presiding 

Mt. Olivet Cemetery (Saginaw)- 10:00 AM Father Francis Voris Presiding

St. Stanislaus Cemetery (Bay City)- 10:00 AM Father José Maria Cabrera

Calvary Cemetery (Kawkawlin)- 10:00 AM Father Robert Kelm

New Calvary Cemetery (Midland)- 8:30 AM Father Robert Howe

Please bring a lawn chair.  All are welcome!

 

Our Cemeteries


St. Andrew Cemetery, (Est. 1886) 381 St. Andrews Rd., Saginaw

Mount Olivet Cemetery, (Est. 1910) 3440 S. Washington, Saginaw

St. Patrick Cemetery, (Est. 1863) 805 Ridge Rd., Bay City

St. Stanislaus Cemetery, (Est. 1900) 2000 Columbus Ave., Bay City

Kawkawlin Calvary Cemetery, (Est. 1900) 2977 Old Kawkawlin Rd., Kawkawlin

St. Anne Cemetery, 1673 E. Linwood Rd., Linwood

Midland New Calvary Cemetery, 2743 E. Bombay Rd., Midland

Old Calvary Cemetery, 3140 Eastman Ave., Midland

Saginaw Calvary Cemetery, (Est. 1868) 381 St. Andrews Rd., Saginaw

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