Gate of Heaven
By Steve Trosley When the Catholic Cemetery Conference convenes in Cincinnati in September, its members will get a special tour of the archdiocesan cemeteries and see a newly dedicated addition to the Gate of Heaven administration building. Douglas Tinsman, events coordinator and customer service manager, said the cemetery broke ground
Gate of Heaven Cemetery Field Mass 11000 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati OH 45249 (513) 489-0300. Mass will be celebrated on Monday, May 28 beginning at 11:00 a.m.. Please bring lawn chairs. In case of rain, the Mass will be celebrated at Good Shepherd Church, same day and time at 8815 East
Today the Archdiocese of Cincinnati marked Memorial Day 2017 with a Mass at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr was the Celebrant. Hundreds of the faithful gathered around the Bishops Memorial to remember those that have gone before us, especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our
Although permission for Catholics to be cremated was issued and incorporated into Canon Law in 1963, Cardinal Gerhard Muller, prefect of the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, told reporters Oct. 25 that church law had not specified exactly what should be done with “cremains,” and several bishops’
Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Montgomery, a ministry of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was one of three runners-up for the annual ACE (American Cemetery Excellence) award from American Cemetery & Cremation magazine. “This year’s three runners-up stood out not only for their performance, professionalism and innovation,” the magazine wrote, “but
By Douglas Tinsman Gate of Heaven Cemetery honored the children who have been lost to abortion by celebrating a service on Sept. 10, the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children. The Most Reverend Bishop Joseph Binzer, lead the service, which was held at the Rachel Mourns Her Children statue.