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Catholic Cemeteries: He is Risen, Alleluia!

By Kathy Fanger Pope Leo I called Easter the greatest feast and rightly so. It is the most important day in our liturgical year. Our...

Catholic Cemeteries: Jesus’ Cross – From Suffering to Hope

By Kathy Fanger As we continue our Lenten journey through Holy Week, we reflect upon Jesus’ life, Passion and death, and his glorious Resurrection. Jesus...

Catholic Cemeteries – Catholic Funeral Rites Offer great Comfort and Hope

By Kathy Fanger When a loved one dies, the richness of our Catholic Funeral Rites brings hope and consolation to the living. All present experience...

Saint John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery’s History And Legacy Celebrated

Saint John the Baptist Cemetery is unique among our three diocesan Catholic cemeteries: The historic cemetery resides in the heart of a Milpitas neighborhood...

Catholic Cemeteries…What’s on your Checklist?

By Kathy Fanger I am going to prepare a place for you, so that where I am you also may be. John 14:2-3 A recent poll...

Calvary Catholic Cemetery: A historic landmark continuing to serve

By Kathy Fanger Calvary Catholic Cemetery is one of three diocesan Catholic Cemeteries. This historic cemetery was established in 1882, its grounds spread over 16...

Catholic Cemeteries of the Diocese of San Jose: Cremation Explained

By Nicole Lecheler “We believe in the resurrection of the body and this must be the principle of our understanding and practice. The Catholic Church...

Catholic Cemeteries: Gate of Heaven: a Jewel in the Diocese of...

By Kathy Fanger As the Jubilee Year of Mercy has come to a close, Catholic Cemeteries continues to practice the Corporal and Spiritual Works of...

Catholic Cemeteries: Vietnamese Catholic Community Remembers the Souls of their Departed

By Kathy Fanger Throughout the month of November and on All Souls Day, we remember and give thanks to God for our departed loved ones,...

Catholic Cemeteries: Día de Los Muertos – A Day of Celebration...

By Kathy Fanger “Indeed for your faithful, Lord, life is changed, not ended. And when this earthly dwelling turns to dust, an eternal dwelling is...