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by John Stegeman When in a cemetery, people speak in hushed tones and maintain a certain decorum. It’s almost as if it is hardwired into humans to respect the final resting places of our fellow men and women. While all burial places deserve that level of respect, Catholic cemeteries have

W H A T | Adorned gravesites of deceased veterans W H E N | Wednesday, November 11, 2020 W H E R E | Gate of Heaven Cemetery: 11000 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati OH 45349 Veteran gravesites will be adorned with American flags this year at Gate of Heaven Cemetery

The Public celebration of the Memorial Day Field Mass at 11:00 AM on Monday, May 25th at the Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery is cancelled. The Cemetery Gates will be open all day on Monday, May 25th for visitation. In accordance with the bishops of Ohio’s decision to suspend temporarily

From Gate of Heaven Cemetery: Public access to Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery effective April, 13, 2020.  In our continuing effort to protect our employees and guests from the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 virus, and in conjunction with the current “Stay-At-Home” order in the State of Ohio, Gate of

Dear Friends and Family, Many of you have reached out with questions and expressions of concern regarding the current restrictions on visitation at Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery. Many of you visit regularly to honor your loved ones and undoubtedly find peace and prayerfulness in the traditions of these sacred

Thomas Jordan has been hired as the new Director of Cemeteries at Gate of Heaven and Calvary Cemeteries in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Mr. Jordan is a member of the Catholic Cemetery Conference (CCC) and arrives at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati after more than ten years managing Our Lady Queen

CINCINNATI, Ohio – Glenmary Father John Sebastian Rausch died Sunday, Feb. 9 at age 75. A missioner for 53 years, Father John was a staunch advocate for the people and environment of Appalachia and of Catholic social teaching. Father John is survived by sisters Marian J. McGinity and Melanie V.

by John Stegeman The grieving process after the death of a child is unique for everyone. For Catholics, the funeral and burial are important steps, but it doesn’t stop there. The need for ongoing opportunities to heal is why Gate of Heaven Cemetery hosts an annual Candlelight Service for Deceased

By John Stegeman The grieving process after the death of a child is unique for everyone. For Catholics, the funeral and burial are important steps, but it doesn’t stop there. The need for ongoing opportunities to heal is why Gate of Heaven Cemetery hosts an annual Candlelight Service for Deceased

Deacon Edward B. Reising, a Deacon of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, died on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019. Deacon Reising was ordained to the Diaconate by Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, Cincinnati, Ohio , on September 24, 1998. Deacon Reising served St. Columban Parish in