For over 200 years, the Saint Vincent Cemetery has been a home and final resting place for Saint Vincent parishioners and monks. Over the years many alumni and friends have “come home” to Saint Vincent for their final place of rest. Since the cemetery is part of the monastery grounds and is near the historic Archabbey Basilica, “coming home” includes remembrance in the daily prayers and Masses of the Benedictine Community.

The Saint Vincent community is prepared to welcome home those who have been part of our life’s journey and those who have developed meaningful relationships with Saint Vincent through our pastoral, educational and missionary apostolates. For those who choose to be buried elsewhere, a special memorial section has been established for remembrance, as a way of extending this perpetual “coming home” to all of our alumni and friends.

St. Vincent Cemetery & Mausoleum


Latest Events
Collecting Information on Veterans

Collecting Information on Veterans

Of the near 13,000 burials in Saint Vincent Cemetery, almost 1,100 are veterans. As the Cemetery converts old paper records...

Memorial Day Mass

Memorial Day Mass

There will be a Mass at 9 a.m. Monday, May 28, Memorial Day at the Mary Mother of Mercy Mausoleum...

2015 All Souls Day


On Monday, November 2, 2015, the Benedictine monks of Saint Vincent Archabbey commemorated All Souls Day with a public prayer...

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