The staff of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis would like to welcome you. We hope your visit to the site will be enjoyable, informational, and educational. Through the efforts of many we have collaborated to provide information about the 17 cemeteries that are operated by the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Within this site you will find maps, directions and historical information about many of these cemeteries. Photos and interesting facts about the cemeteries have been added as well as about many of the famous people interred there.

Not only can you perform Burial Searches, check out the Historical, News and FAQ sections.

Do you have a question or comment? Submit a Comment or Question or fill out a Service Request Form. The Services section is also full of valuable information.

Fall Color - Section 19 of Calvary Cemetery

Unique Benoist Lot in Calvary Cemetery

Calvary Cemetery - niches for cremated remains in the All Saints Mausoleum

Calvary Cemetery Fall Color

Glorious fall - Choueau Lot in Calvary Cemetery

Awe-inspiring Divine Mercy feature, Divine Mercy mausoleum, Resurrection Cemetery

Fall in the Prairie Partnership Restoration Area at Calvary Cemetery

St. Ferdinand Columbarium Garden

St. Ferdinand Columbarium

Mausoleum at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery, South City

Autumn Scene at Calvary Cemetery


Regarding COVID-19, Phased Re-opening & Catholic Cemeteries' Practices

Published Friday, May 14, 2020

All seventeen locations of Catholic Cemeteries are open and will continue to provide interments.  However, the management of Catholic Cemeteries are continuing to adjust services in light of the best practices urged by the CDC, local authorities and archdiocesan leadership as phased re-opening begins during this COVID-19 pandemic.

All committal services will continue to be held at the roadside at all Catholic Cemeteries’ locations, unless family can provide adequate pallbearers to carry the casket to the graveside.  We ask that funeral service providers bring a church cart to all committal services.  Catholic Cemeteries permits the presence of ten individuals only, inclusive of a priest, deacon or minister.  “Higher risk” individuals, as determined by the CDC, are encouraged not to attend committal services.

Calvary Cemetery office will re-open on Monday, May 18.  Both Calvary and Resurrection Cemeteries’ offices remain closed to walk-in traffic.  To schedule a burial, please call the respective office.

Our cemeteries remain open to visitors, but we strongly urge guests to obey all directives and recommendations from local and state government agencies.  Chapels continue to be closed to the visiting public.  Please contact Catholic Cemeteries’ office for more information.

As always, I remain grateful for your continued assistance and partnership as we continue our ministry to bury the dead, to comfort those who mourn and to pray for the living and the dead.

Mary, Health of the Sick and our Mother, pray for us!

In Christ, 

Matthew W. DeWitt, Managing Director of Administration Services

Historic Florissant Cemetery Offers Niches

Published Friday, July 15, 2016

A new and unique columbarium unit has been installed at St. Ferdinand Cemetery offering niche options for the entombment of cremated remains. Situated in a serene location, with beautiful foliage as its backdrop, you may select a niche for either one or two urns. The all inclusive package includes the niche, its opening fee, inscription fee and bronze bud vase. Two granite benches will be installed for prayer and reflection.

 The Cemetery of Our Lady

 Published Friday, July 15, 2016

A second hexagonal columbarium, topped with a dome, now offers additional niche options for the entombment of cremated remains. Nestled at roadside near the shared family monuments, this striking unit offers single niches for one urn. The all inclusive package includes the niche, its opening fee, inscription fee and bronze bud vase.

 The Cemetery of Our Lady

 Published Friday, July 15, 2016

Work began on Monday, August 3, 2015 and was completed ahead of the six to eight week time frame the private contractor estimated. Based on input from Missouri Department of Conservation every ash tree in the cemetery needed to be removed due to Emerald Borer infestation. This work was done by the employees of Catholic Cemeteries. As a separate issue, the water retention in various areas of the cemetery also was addressed. A private landscaping company re-graded sections using state-of-the-art laser technology. All lawn-level markers were removed during this time and replaced to their original locations upon completion of the re-grading. Monuments were not affected and burials continued as usual. Redbud, Yoshino Cherry and Kwanzan Cherry trees will be planted throughout the cemetery this fall. Thank you for your patience while these necessary improvements and beautification were completed.