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A Final Resting Place

Join us on All Souls Day, November 2nd, for a community memorial service for the cremated remains of your loved ones.

 
 
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november 2, 2019

Gather Them Home.

The final expression of our faith as Catholics is the blessed and sacred burial in a Catholic Cemetery. It is our opportunity to rest among fellow believers, awaiting the Resurrection to life everlasting. By burying the bodies of the faithful, we confirm our faith in the resurrection of the body, that death is not the end.

 
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Locations

Join us on All Souls Day for a memorial service at one of the following locations:

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery

9:00 AM Mass with Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron

25800 W 10 Mile Rd, Southfield, MI 48033

Our Lady of Hope Cemetery

11:00 AM Mass with Bishop Gerard Battersby

18303 Allen Rd, Brownstown Charter Twp, MI 48193

St. Joseph Cemetery

TBD

909 N Monroe St, Monroe, MI 48162

 
 
 

About Gather Them Home


Why Gather Them Home?

 
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sharing the journey

Our All Souls Day Community Memorial Service is a celebration of faith that enables loved ones and the community to mourn by focusing on the promise of everlasting life and the hope of Resurrection in Christ.

A sanctuary for the living

Catholic Cemeteries are an extension of our parishes; a place for prayer, reflection, hope and remembrance. The cemetery is a vital part of Catholic life, expressing our faith, reverence and respect for sacred burial on consecrated grounds.

caring and compassionate

The loss of a loved one is always difficult. Celebrating the gift of faith with family and friends is an essential part of the healing process. We walk with you through this most difficult moment, ensuring that your wishes are fulfilled.

 
We are encouraging the faithful to bring to our Catholic cemeteries the remains of their loved ones who have passed, in order to be entrusted to their final resting place.
— Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron
 
 
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