St. Louis Catholic Church Cemetery FAQs

Is there room for me and/or my loved ones to be buried at St. Louis Cemetery? Yes.  Our cemetery is the final resting place for over 1,500 parishioners. The cemetery holds 2,090 gravesites and as of April 30, 2016 there are 516 in-ground plots available. The columbarium has 24 niches available for parishioner cremains.  

Does the Catholic Church allow people to be cremated? Yes. The Catholic Church does allow people to be cremated and to have the cremains placed in a niche in the columbarium or in an in-ground plot.

1) How do I make arrangements to purchase a burial plot or niche in St. Louis Cemetery? Call 410-531-6040 and make an appointment to meet with our Cemetery Manager to discuss your options and choose your site(s).

2) What are the costs involved? Your financial resources are an important consideration in buying grave lots, columbarium niches and markers. See our Burial Options and Pricing page for the latest cost information.

3) Do I have to pay for the plot(s) at the time of reservation? No, you have one year to pay for your gravesite(s) in full. We ask for a deposit of 10% of the total cost of the plot(s) at the time you reserve it/them and the balance can be spread out over the next 11 months. Your plot must be paid in full before it is used.

4) Do I have to be a registered parishioner at St. Louis Catholic Church to be buried in the Cemetery? Yes, in order to be buried at St. Louis Catholic Church Cemetery, you must be a registered parishioner.