Church history tells us the first mausoleum was built in 353 BC for King Mausolus, from whose name the word "mausoleum" was derived. Additionally, scripture tells us in Luke 23:52-54, that Joseph of Arimathea "went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus. He then took it down, wrapped it in a shroud and put him in a tomb which was hewn in stone in which no one had yet been laid.”
Mausoleum crypts are available for above ground burial either in climate controlled buildings or outside garden buildings.
Beautiful ground burial options are available at all cemeteries. The sacred gardens are a place of hope where Catholic symbols are displayed with dignity and reverence. These quiet places are the perfect setting for private meditation, prayer, or a peaceful walk.
This location has proudly served the area with exceptional care for years and definitely will help guide your household through memorial service etiquette, personalize your tribute, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story. Should you be interested in preplanning your funeral, you can be sure your legacy will be covered and that you may have peace of mind.
Located in Indianapolis, Indiana and 2.5 miles from down-town Indianapolis, this business is within Marion County and will serve the surrounding areas of: Nora, Castleton, Huntington Bank, Newgistics Merchandise Retrn, New Augusta, Greater Indiana District, Uptown, Oaklandon, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Lawrence, Traders Point, Army Finance Center, Army Finance Ctr, Time/Life, Time Life Inc, I U P U I, Brylane, B M G, Rca Mfg Co, and Strawtown.
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