A Few Words
From CCCS


Over the centuries, a tradition has grown that it is the right, privilege and duty of every Catholic to seek burial in a Catholic cemetery. However, living in the midst of changing circumstances has resulted in changing perceptions in the minds of some regarding the relevance of the Catholic cemetery in the scheme of their lives.

While the Church has moved away from a legislative stance and no longer mandates that all Catholics be buried in Catholic cemeteries, the reasons for maintaining and using Catholic cemeteries are as powerful and compelling as ever. The usual and proper place for the burial of Catholics is still the Catholic cemetery in view of the values contained in the Church's burial tradition.

Caring Voices
now available


With Caring Voices, you can anonymously talk to a professional grief counselor any time of day, 365 days a year. Talk as long as you like and call as often as you need. Caring Voices is offered as a complementary service through Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society, so there's no cost to you.

  • 3819 W 8th St, Cincinnati, OH 45205

 

COVID-19 Update

Cemetery Gates are still open from 8 AM - 5 PM. Mausoleum Doors are open from 9 AM - 5 PM. Our Catholic Cemeteries have been serving this community since 1843 during some adverse times in our History. We will be here for you during this adversity as well. Our Family Service Staff is still available to answer any questions you may have.