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Recent News at Calvary Catholic Cemetery
A clear blue sky and temperatures in the mid-70’s greeted nearly 300 of the faithful who attended Mass on All Souls’ Day at Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes was the principal …
The grounds around the outdoor altar were filled on All Souls’ Day with the faithful who came to take part in the Holy Mass offered by the Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes and seven priests.
On Saturday, Nov. 2 at 10:00 a.m., Calvary Catholic Cemetery joins with Catholic Churches worldwide to pause, reflect and pray for our dearly departed during a special Mass dedicated to all souls.
Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Clearwater, Fla. is the only cemetery in the area where Mass is celebrated on Memorial Day, May 27, in honor of members of the Armed Forces.
Visit our photo gallery of Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes and priests of the Diocese of St. Petersburg in prayer at Mass with nearly 200 of the faithful on All Souls’ Day at Calvary Catholic Cemetery.
Memorial Day has always been special at Calvary Catholic Cemetery. It is the only cemetery serving the five-county Diocese of St. Petersburg where the true fullness of freedom – both sacred and secular – are observed on this national holiday.
The Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes and some of the priests and deacons of the diocese gathered with the faithful around the outdoor altar for Mass on All Souls’ Day.
On Nov. 2 at 10:00 a.m., Calvary Catholic Cemetery at Clearwater, Fla. joins with Catholic Churches worldwide to pause, reflect and pray for our dearly departed during a special Mass dedicated to all souls.
Gentle breezes and grounds decked with American flags greeted those who joined with the Most Reverend Gregory Parkes in celebration of the Mass in remembrance and prayer for our deceased veterans. View the photo gallery here.