Schedule of Memorial Masses at Albany Diocesan Cemeteries- All Are Welcome

Posted on November 11, 2023 by Albany Diocesan Cemeteries under All Cemeteries, Memorial Masses, Special Event
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Community Memorial Mass Schedule

Please note, we will update the schedule on this page ASAP to reflect any changes.

Community Memorial Masses are generally held to honor loved ones that have passed. Family and friends are invited to attend these masses.


Fall/Winter Community Memorial Mass

Saturday, January 6, 2024 at 9am:
Our Lady of the Assumption Church, 498 Watervliet-Shaker Rd. Latham, NY 12110 (get directions)
Celebrant: Reverend Geoffrey D. Burke

Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Latham, NY logo

Please join us for our Fall/Winter Community Memorial Mass in honor of loved ones who are interred within our cemeteries. We ask that all visitors please observe any current CDC/State recommended safety protocols during your visit.

Due to the addition of cemeteries under our management and increased attendance at our Masses, in 2022 we transitioned our Memorial Masses to parishes within our Catholic community.

Thank you Father Burke for celebrating, and the Our Lady of the Assumption parish community for hosting our Fall/Winter Community Memorial Mass.



Spring/Summer Community Memorial Mass

Stay tuned for a Memorial Mass date and location announcement.



Annual Diocesan Memorial Day Mass

Monday, May 27, 2024, 10am
Our Lady of Angels Cemetery- Colonie, NY

Memorial Day Mass- Each Memorial Day we join thousands of Catholic cemeteries across the United States in a national celebration, “Serving God and Country: A Memorial Day Salute to Our Heroes.” This national program, developed by the Catholic Cemetery Conference, will honor men and women who died while serving in the armed forces, as well as recognize both active duty military and veterans. The Memorial Day Mass takes place at Our Lady of Angels Cemetery in Colonie, NY.

Albany Diocesan Cemeteries

Albany Diocesan Cemeteries are operated for the religious and charitable purposes of the Roman Catholic Church through the burial and memorialization of the faithful departed.

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