New Developments

As part of our commitment to the perpetual care of all those entrusted to us,

we are regularly upgrading and renovating our cemetery grounds and properties.

  • Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery
  • St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery
  • Archdiocese Funeral Homes
Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery
  • New Section 52
  • Ascension Mausoleum Renovation
  • Mother Cabrini Mausoleum Renovation
  • Swan Pond Renovation
  • Irrigation System Upgrade
  • Cemetery Road Repaving
New Section 52

The initial development of the new Section 52 at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery was completed in the fall of 2022. Section 52 offers casket and cremation burial plots. The section is divided into two parts. The north half is dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe while the south half is dedicated to Our Lady of La Vang. The next phase of development will include construction of a central gazebo, installation of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Our Lady of La Vang statues, and the planting of new trees. To speak with a Family Service Advisor and learn more about burial options in Section 52, click here.

Ascension Mausoleum Renovation

The renovation project for Ascension Mausoleum at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery was completed in May 2022. The renovations included new carpet, new paint, new fire alarm system, removal of unneeded interior doors, and the addition of two new columbarium walls with cremation niches. To speak with a Family Service Advisor and learn more about interment options in Ascension Mausoleum, click here.

Mother Cabrini Mausoleum Renovation

In October 2022, renovations began on Mother Cabrini Mausoleum at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery. The renovations will include structural refurbishments and new concrete walkways. Stay tuned for more updates on this project.

Swan Pond Renovation

The beautification project for Swan Pond at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery was completed in the summer of 2022. The project included new retaining walls, landscaping, and islands for the Blessed Virgin Mary and Sacred Heart of Jesus statues. Swan Pond is adjacent to Madonna Lake and north of Mt. Olivet’s Lake Mausoleum and main office building. It was once the home to nesting swans that resided at Mt. Olivet year-round, hence its name. Although swans don’t currently nest at Swan Pond, it remains popular with a variety of waterfowl and, in the Spring, it is common to see baby ducks and geese swimming on the pond. 

The Catholic philosopher, Peter Kreeft, once observed, “Beauty is the first thing we notice and love. It is the ambassador for truth and goodness.” Therefore, the beauty of Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery is a very important part of our ministry and core purpose of Filling the Void of Loss with Faith.

The grounds of a Catholic cemetery are consecrated and are an extension of the Catholic Church.  They play a vital role in our Catholic faith and are a symbol of the reverence we hold for the human body when the soul passes on to God. The cemetery communicates to the world that the body rests here in this sacred ground to be remembered and reverenced as we wait, in hope, for the promise of the resurrection. The beauty present in the cemetery reminds us that all things were created by God and all things were created for God (Colossians 1:16). So, when families come to Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery, they enjoy the beauty of the grounds and they are comforted as they remember their loved ones, knowing that that they will all, one day, be reunited together with God in Heaven. 

Irrigation System Upgrade

The irrigation system upgrade project at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery was completed in the summer of 2022 and represents an important part of our commitment to maintaining the beauty of the cemetery grounds.

The Catholic philosopher, Peter Kreeft, once observed, “Beauty is the first thing we notice and love. It is the ambassador for truth and goodness.” Therefore, the beauty of Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery is a very important part of our ministry and core purpose of Filling the Void of Loss with Faith.

The grounds of a Catholic cemetery are consecrated and are an extension of the Catholic Church.  They play a vital role in our Catholic faith and are a symbol of the reverence we hold for the human body when the soul passes on to God. The cemetery communicates to the world that the body rests here in this sacred ground to be remembered and reverenced as we wait, in hope, for the promise of the resurrection. The beauty present in the cemetery reminds us that all things were created by God and all things were created for God (Colossians 1:16). So, when families come to Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery, they enjoy the beauty of the grounds and they are comforted as they remember their loved ones, knowing that that they will all, one day, be reunited together with God in Heaven. 

Cemetery Road Repaving

The road repaving project at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery was completed in the summer of 2022 and represents our commitment to the safety and ease of access for our cemetery visitors.

St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery
  • New Section 2
  • New Mausoleums
  • New St. Michael Columbarium
New Section 2

Development of the new Section 2 at St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery was completed in the summer of 2022. Section 2 offers casket and cremation burial plots. To speak with a Family Service Advisor and learn more about burial options in Section 2, click here.

New Mausoleums

Construction of St. Scholastica and St. Benedict Mausoleums at St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery was completed in the summer of 2022. They offer above ground casket crypts and cremation niches. To speak with a Family Service Advisor and learn more about interment options, click here.

New St. Michael Columbarium

Construction of St. Michael the Archangel Columbarium at St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery was completed in December 2021. It offers above ground creation niches. To speak with a Family Service Advisor and learn more about interment options, click here.

Archdiocese Funeral Homes
  • Mt. Olivet Chapel Refurbished
  • Caldwell-Kirk Remodeling
  • New Office at St. Thomas More
Mt. Olivet Chapel Refurbished

The Mt. Olivet Funeral Home Chapel pew refurbishment project was completed in January 2022. The pews were refinished and reupholstered. New carpet was installed in the chapel in the summer of 2021.

The chapel is a consecrated space for the celebration of the Catholic Funeral Liturgy. As such, we take great care in ensuring that the chapel remains in proper condition for this honored and sacred purpose.

Caldwell-Kirk Remodeling

The major remodeling project at Caldwell-Kirk Funeral Home was completed in March 2021. The remodeling project included new interior walls, windows, carpet, paint, furniture, and artwork.

The chapel was also remodeled and a new altar, ambo, crucifix, and chairs were installed. The chapel is a consecrated space for the celebration of the Catholic Funeral Liturgy. As such, we take great care in ensuring that the chapel remains in proper condition for this honored and sacred purpose.

New Office at St. Thomas More

In January 2021, a new office location was opened at St. Thomas More Catholic Parish in Centennial, Colorado. We are now able to meet with families at St. Thomas More Parish to make arrangements with our funeral home and two cemeteries, Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery and St. Simeon Catholic Cemetery. Click here to schedule an appointment with a Family Service Advisor today.

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Updated cemetery policies are effective Dec. 1st.

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