The 2023 Spring Cemetery Clean-up Day has been scheduled for Saturday, March 25th @ 9am. The day will start at 9am, and will go until most, if not all, the work is done, which is typically before Noon. The Spring clean-up is our most labor intensive clean-up and we are in need of volunteers.
Some of the duties for the Spring Clean-Up include:
Grave & Section Clean-up Crew (10 Total Sections)
Crews (5-7 per section) to clean off the graves (wreaths, grave blankets, artificial flowers, broken items, etc)
Crews (2-3 per section) to load items onto trailers and into truck beds
1-2 trucks (and trailers if available; we will have the Parish Truck & trailer in use)
Crew (2-3 @ dumpster) to empty trailers and truck beds and place discarded items into the on-site dumpster
Leaf/Stick cleanup crew (Landscaping)
Lot Marker Locating & Identification Crew (3-5 people)
Please save the date and meet at the cemetery at 9am on March 25th
Safe Environment Compliance Statement
Each year, the Diocese of Toledo is required to undergo an audit to ensure that it is in compliance with the articles of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. This year’s audit examined the audit period of July 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021. Bishop Daniel Thomas is pleased to announce that the Diocese was found to be in full compliance with the requirements in the Charter following the audit.
The Diocese of Toledo remains committed to ensuring the protection of children and providing a safe environment for all young people. If you have any knowledge of abuse that has been committed by a cleric or by any personnel of the Catholic Church, you are urged to report the abuse to your local police department, Children Services, and to contact the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator at (419) 214-4880; or to write to the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator at 1933 Spielbusch Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43604.