Case studies

 

Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, ok

The original Diocese of Oklahoma was founded in 1905. It became the Diocese of Oklahoma City and Tulsa in 1930, and the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City in 1972. Made up of more than 120,000 Catholics in central and western Oklahoma, the Archdiocese encompassed 46 counties and more than 42,000 square miles of the Sooner State.

 

Archdiocese of Portland, Or

The Archdiocese of Portland operates two local cemeteries and a third, smaller facility in Eugene, Oregon. As part of its mission to Catholics and others in the community, the Archdiocese offers a complete array of services, including in-ground interment, crypt entombment, and cremation niche placement. The Archdiocese also operates a full-service funeral home and crematory.

 

St. Raymond’s Cemetery, ny

St. Raymond’s Cemetery is one of the busiest cemeteries in the U.S., one of two total cemeteries and the only Catholic cemetery in the Bronx, a borough of New York City with close to 1.5 million people. With 180 acres and 2,500 burials a year, St. Raymond’s offers above-ground crypt burials and cremation niche internment in addition to their inground internments to supply the high demand for burial space.