Holyrood Cemetery was solemnly blessed and dedicated on the Feast of All Saints, November 1, 1953, by the Most Rev. Thomas Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. Holyrood Cemetery officially opened on January 2, 1954 and has served the growing Catholic community in the Puget Sound area for more than 50 years.Some of the earliest burials at Holyrood are in the center two sections, called “God’s Acre.” Cherry trees line the God’s Acre Walkway and gardens at each end beautify the landscape.
The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult things we have to bear. Each person's grief is unique. If you would like some support during bereavement, we encourage your to contact your parish and your parish priest. We also invite you to contact us if we might be of assistance.Links to helpful organizations, print resources and other agencies and parish cemeteries
In order to help you contact or if you need the address for Holyrood Cemetery, their information is listed above. If you are interested in sending sympathy flowers to a family who has a loved one here, you can send funeral flowers to Holyrood Cemetery now. The florists near Holyrood Cemetery have a wonderful and diverse selection of wreaths and bouquets to help express your sympathy for the family.
Holyrood Cemetery is located 1.97 miles from downtown Shoreline, Washington.
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