"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish, but have eternal life."
Catholic Community Catch-Up
Nativity scene project shines the spotlight on the presence of Jesus Christ our Savior
Patrick Lencioni’s book, The Ideal Team Player, identifies three traits— humble, hungry and smart—as very helpful for leadership team members, including the leader, to have and to cultivate.
In my retreat work with Catholic leadership teams (for example, parish staffs) I’ve found it very fruitful to focus first on how these traits make us better disciples of Jesus, then...
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Jim Liston and Karen Smith pose in front of a Nativity scene in Indianapolis. (Photo by John Shaughnessy)
Our Family Service Advisors are here to guide you through the options you have and help your decision-making process be as easy as possible by taking care of all the details.
Calvary-Indianapolis/Holy Cross/St. Joseph Cemetery
- December 16th: "Interceding for women experiencing crisis pregnancy"
- December 17th: "Catholic Business Exchange"
- December 18th: "Longest Night Service"
- December 19th: "Vox Sacra Concert"
- December 20th, 27th: "Brother Bob's Bible Study"
- January 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31tst: "Brother Bob's Bible Study"
- January 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, "The Life and Miracles of St. Benedict"
- January 8th: "Pilgrimage: Peace Hike" with Father Vince Petersen
- January 10th: "Day of Silence Retreat"
- January 14th-16th: "Marriage Preparation Weekend"
- January 21st: "A Day of Quiet Renewal"
- January 24th-28th: "Winter Chant Workshop, for directors of liturgical music"
- January 28th: "Painting with Padre"
We’ll help you create a beautiful memorial to honor those you care about most. We have been crafting cutting-edge designs right here in Indiana for decades. Personalization is essential to properly commemorating the life of your loved one. We can customize any monument design to incorporate hobbies, careers, military service, favorite sports and more. New laser-etching techniques even allow for photographs to be placed on granite memorials!
We want to ensure that your vision for the monument is not only met, but ultimately, exceeded. From markers to monuments through headstones and more, memorials are available at all of our cemeteries in a full range of style and sizes.
Grieving the Loss of a Loved One
Feelings of grief may surface around this time of year, but it is important to remember that there is help available to you. We have many resources available to those who may be experiencing the ebbs and flows of grief:
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis' Office of Marriage and Family Life offers a wide range of grief management resources. Support is available for any individuals and families experiencing hardship.
They offer on-going support groups, free of charge, for children ages 3 to young adult (20+) who have experienced the passing of any loved one and their caregivers. Families may participate for as little or as long as they deem necessary.
They offer one-on-one support to families who experience the passing of a baby to SIDS, stillbirth, or other cause.
Why Choose the Catholic Cemeteries Association?
Catholic cemeteries are an extension of the Parish where those who have worshipped and prayed together in life now await the resurrection of the body in death. Catholic cemeteries are rooted in ancient religious traditions that display a respect for the deceased and a reverence for their physical remains. By choosing the Catholic Cemeteries Association, you are honoring those traditions eternally.
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Our Lady of Peace
9001 Haverstick Rd, Indianapolis
*2:00pm the third Thursday of every month at Our Lady of Peace Mausoleum Chapel, unless noted.
- January 21st at 2:00pm
- February 18th at 2:00pm
Full Mass Schedule
435 West Troy Avenue, Indianapolis
*2:00pm the third Wednesday of every month at Calvary Mausoleum Chapel, unless noted.
- January 20th at 2:00pm
- February 17th at 2:00pm
Full Mass Schedule