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New Mausoleum Addition Spaces Now Available for Sale at Resurrection Cemetery.

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Advance Planning

Advance planning for death is not a sign of hopelessness but an expression of trust, faith and acceptance in the Resurrection.


Cemetery Locations

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All Saints

3300 Springbrook Road
Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin 53158


5503 West Blue Mound Road
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208
Office at Holy Cross Cemetery

Holy Cross

7301 West Nash Street
Milwaukee Wisconsin 53216

Holy Trinity

3564 South 13th Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221
Office at St. Adalbert Cemetery

Mount Olivet

3801 West Morgan Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221


9400 West Donges Bay Road
Mequon, Wisconsin 53092

Saint Adalbert

3801 South 6th Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221

Saint Joseph

S22 W22890 Broadway
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186

Website Corrections and Updates

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries (AOMCC) prides itself on being one of the first cemeteries in the country to integrate its internal burial records information with its own website. This site, in connection with our Cemetery Inventory Management System (CIMS), has assisted families in searching for the interment locations of their loved ones on our "Genealogy" tab for many, many years.

Unfortunately, as technology advances, what was once "state of the art" is now almost obsolete. What "worked" in older versions of software no longer works as we'd hope. For example, the option to add comments and such has not worked properly for some time. Recent interments at our cemeteries are also not being uploaded to the website.

We are currently developing a new software program and website access that will bring many of our features up-to-date with remarkable accuracy and detail. Corrections and updates of names, intement locations and the like are ongoing and will be part of the new system. We are several months away from this new program, but we assure you it will very much be worth the wait!

Until then, our website will continue to be available to you in the best condition we can provide. If you would like the most up-to-date, accurate records possible, please contact the cemetery you wish to inquire about and you can discuss it with their Family Serive Coordionators and/or Family Service Advisors.

We look forward to serving you! 

Flags for Veterans

We are honored and privileged to be the final resting place of several military veterans. We allow for those veterans to be recognized every year with the placment of an American flag in front of their headstone.

Volunteer groups, including Boy Scouts, Young Marines and so on, come to our cemeteries and walk up and down the rows of headstones, placing a flag in front of United States Veterans Administration (USVA)-issued headstones. In general terms, there is no registry, list or map to refer to that includes a complete list of veteans.

Being very aware of this, we encourage you to place a flag at your veteran's grave, regardless of the type of headstone. We are happy to provide a flag for you (while supplies last). Simply request one from our staff.

Flags are allowed on graves until July 14th. We will remove and properly dispose of the flags starting July 15th.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the cemetery.

New Headstone Installation

As the weather warms up this spring, we understand that families that have purchased headstones over the last seveal months will be anxious to not only see their memorial, but will be curious as to when it will be installed.

Our cemeteries have hundreds of new stones to set, and each one involves a multi-step process. Interment schedules, staffing, ground and weather conditions at each cemetery all play a role in these processes.

It is our sincerest intention to have these headstones installed with the utmost care and highest quality work as soon as possible. We ask you to please be patient with us and the process, and encourage you to contact the individual cemetery where your headstone is being installed for specific details. Every cemetery faces different challenges and we are striving to overcome those obstacles every day.

We thank you for your patience and look forward to installing your headstone!


Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries

Serving the Catholic Community Since 1857

The ministry of these Catholic Cemeteries is
the work of consolation as our part of the ministry of Christ

  • we reverently bury the dead
  • we compassionately support the living who mourn them

Cemetery groundsVisitation and Decoration Policies

As you visit our cemeteries, we would like to remind you that the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries (AOMCC) crews clean every cemetery and mausoleum as regularly as possible aside from our regular Fall and Spring cleaning dates to remove and discard decorations not in compliance with decoration policies. Anything not in a vase or growing in the ground near graves, and anything placed on a crypt or niche front not purchased through AOMCC is considered a violation and will be removed in time. For further details on our policies, please contact the cemetery office where you wish to do your decorating and please review our Visitation and Decoration Policy brochure.

Read more about our policies and download the brochure.

A Tradition of Comforting Concern

Mailing Address
Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries
7301 West Nash Street
Milwaukee WI 53216


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