The diocesan Department of Catholic Cemeteries invites faithful across the Diocese to remember their deceased loved ones during two Masses being offered Nov. 2, All Souls Day.
“There is incredible comfort in knowing that, on this side of glory, we can still care for our loved ones like we did here on earth, through prayer,” said Maria Guzman-Paczkowski, office manager of Jesus, Bread of Life Catholic Cemetery, Mount Laurel. “A prayer for a loved one who has gone home is no ordinary prayer. It is love made sacred.”
Msgr. James H. Dubell, former diocesan director of cemeteries and a retired priest of the Diocese, will celebrate a 10 a.m. Mass in St. Mary’s Cemetery and Mausoleum, 1200 Cedar Lane, Bldg. A, Hamilton. For more information, call 609-394-2017.
Father Michael Dunn, parochial vicar in the parishes of St. John Neumann, Mount Laurel, and St. Isaac Jogues, Marlton, will celebrate a 1 p.m. Mass in Jesus, Bread of Life Catholic Cemetery, 3055 Fostertown Road, Mount Laurel. For more information, call 856-317-6400.