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Cemeteries


Assumption Catholic Cemetery, Mississauga
Over the last half of the century Toronto and vicinity became home to possibly the most diverse multi-cultural communities in the world. Assumption Catholic Cemetery has become a distinct reflection of this cultural mosaic. Consecrated in 1968, it has become a continued sign of the hope in the Resurrection for a number of cultures in our community.
Christ the King Catholic Cemetery, Markham
This beautiful new cemetery offers a wide selection of burial choices including ground burial in monument lots, flat marker and cremation graves as well as cremation entombment. This cemetery provides burial services to the Catholic families of Markham, Scarborough and Pickering as it is conveniently located in the borders of all three communities.
Holy Cross Cemetery & Funeral Home, Thornhill
Holy Cross cemetery reflects the growth and diversity of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Toronto. It stands ready to grow into the future to meet the needs of the Catholic Community.
Mount Hope Cemetery, Toronto
As the needs of the Catholic community have evolved so has Mount Hope Cemetery. Holy Rosary Columbarium Garden offers the Catholic community the tradition, heritage and peace of Mount Hope Cemetery.
Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Woodbridge
The cemetery offers all other choices of burial, surrounding our families with the comfort, beauty and signs of our Faith.
Resurrection Cemetery, Whitby
Resurrection Catholic Cemetery in Whitby was consecrated in 1964 to meet the growing needs of the Catholic Community in Durham Region.
St. Mary’s Cemetery, Barrie
Consecrated in the year of Confederation, 1867, St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery has been a fixture and an integral part of the Catholic Community in Barrie for almost 140 years.
Smaller Cemetery Properties
Along with our major cemetery properties, Catholic Cemeteries – Archdiocese of Toronto is responsible for administering many smaller cemeteries throughout the Archdiocese.