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Cathedral Cemetery
Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware

Cathedral Cemetery

GPS: ,

Lancaster Avenue
Wilmington, DE

Date published: February 16,
Total records: 62,

Cathedral Cemetery is owned by Catholic Cemeteries, Inc., a subsidiary of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.

History

Cathedral Cemetery was established in and incorporated as Catholic Cemeteries, Inc. It served as the only Diocesan Cemetery until when All Saints Cemetery was opened in Pike Creek Valley. The Queen of Apostles Crypt was built and dedicated in Further expansions of the cemetery and crypt took place in and again in Recently, the Christ the King Garden Mausoleum was erected near the entrance of the cemetery.

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Records published here were acquired from Catholic Cemeteries, Inc. on February 16, Dates of death range from to
 

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Mark Christian closes a chapter as boss of Catholic Cemeteries in Diocese of Wilmington after year career

If a man named Christian takes a job with Catholic cemeteries, you would expect he’d have a storied and lengthy career.

He did.

Mark A. Christian, 65, executive director of Catholic Cemeteries for the Diocese of Wilmington, steps into retirement at the end of June after 44 years.

When he says he’s done every job at the place, he isn’t exaggerating. He was a seminarian for the diocese when he began a seasonal job cutting grass. After leaving the seminary, he began working full-time as a field worker and never looked back.

“There is no job in the cemetery that I have not personally done myself,” Christian said.

An Elsmere kid raised in Corpus Christi parish, Christian remembers his mentors, both well-known and those who flew under the radar. He credits Msgr. Joseph Rebman, recently retired director of Catholic Cemeteries in the diocese, as well as the late John Merlini, Christian’s predecessor. He also remembers the blue collar guys, many with close ethnic ties who knew the meaning of earning a dollar for hard work. Christian remembers local men like backhoe operator Carl Koekkoek and Joe Facciolo, a mechanic.

“If I kept my nose clean, I’d be running the place some day,” Christian said Koekkoek told him.

Catholic Cemeteries in the Diocese of Wilmington includes All Saints Cemetery and Cathedral Cemetery, both in Wilmington, and Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro.

“I worked my way up, from general maintenance to assistant superintendent to superintendent to executive director,” Christian said.

“I’ve enjoyed every facet of my career. There’s some days where the heat and the snow and the bitter cold would get you down, but all in all I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve done.”

Working in the burial business can wear you down, but Christian has mostly had an upbeat approach to his job.

“Since I’ve lost my parents and my brother, it’s taken on a new significance, but I’ve always had a great respect for what we do.”

“I think it was God’s way of getting me into a ministry where I could help people who are hurting. It’s an amazing parallel in my mind.”

He describes Msgr. Rebman as “a genius” and said he was a significant influence on his career. Both Christian and Msgr. Rebman have held roles with the national conference of Catholic cemeteries. Christian was a board member and past president. He is a founding member of the volunteer Delaware cemetery association and Delaware cemetery board.

“I’m pretty proud of that, the ministry is beyond just what I did for the diocese.”

He became an adult education student and graduated from then-Neumann College when he was years-old.

“That’s part of the mentorship of Msgr. Rebman. He wanted me to go to night school.”

Christian also gives credit to former vicar general Msgr. Thomas Cini. He said he was most challenged in a good way by Bishop Michael Saltarelli.

“He was a builder. He wanted to expand cemeteries to the southern part of the diocese. He was a strong advocate for cemeteries.”

Christian has enjoyed his work, but admits it can sometimes be heartbreaking.

“I once buried an infant on Christmas Eve with no family present. With COVID, I’ve seen people lose both parents and not be able to be with them when they pass.”

Other tragedies include young people dying in auto accidents, which he says in the s and ‘90s seemed to happen in succession every year. Christian wonders if those tragic incidents have become fewer as driving safety has become more prevalent.

“That’s heartbreaking,” he said of fatal wrecks involving young people. “The families never recover from that.”

Christian has worked under four bishops in his career. He’s scheduled to retire before the July 13 installation of Bishop-elect William Koenig, the 10th bishop of Wilmington.

He’s had a fair number of challenges. He was one of five cemetery employees who tested positive for COVID despite taking every precaution.

“I was sick. I couldn’t breathe.”

He recovered and was able to go back to work.

A single man, Christian said he’s looking forward to doing some traveling in his retirement and working on home improvement projects. Maybe take up some fishing. He also expects to work on a capital campaign for the Little Sisters of the Poor at Jeanne Jugan Residence in Newark.

“I’m going to enjoy life.”

“Working these past 44 years has been interesting, and some days have been adventures,” he said. “My moving on is an opportunity for someone else to have a turn.”

Sours: http://thedialog.org/featured/mark-christian-closes-a-chapter-as-boss-of-catholic-cemeteries-in-diocese-of-wilmington-afteryear-career/

Diocese of Wilmington&#;s Catholic Cemeteries announce new way to access grave locator

It will soon be easier for families of loved ones buried in one of three Catholic cemeteries in the First State to find their graves.

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The Diocese of Wilmington’s Catholic Cemeteries, Inc., is upgrading its grave locating mobile app at the end of this month.

“Well, for the last several years, we’ve had an online program through Google Play Store and the Apple App Store and the vendor has changed the way that’s accessed. Those apps will no longer be licensed. So we have to go through the website; it provides the same access - only a different venue,” said Mark Christian, executive director of Catholic Charities, Inc. of the Diocese of Wilmington.

He explains the grave locator app is definitely necessary.

“Basically ,we have folks all the time that are looking for where relatives are buried in any of our three cemeteries. So the GPS feature, while not % accurate, it gets you within about thirty feet of the actual grave,” said Christian.

Christian says app users can also search for their loved ones and post to an interactive page to capture the personal histories of those laid to rest in Cathedral Cemetery in Wilmington, All Saints Cemetery in Millcreek and Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro. 

The new app is free and available for download here.

Sours: https://www.delawarepublic.org/post/diocese-wilmingtons-catholic-cemeteries-announce-new-way-access-grave-locator

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The Wilmington Catholic Cemeteries, located in Wilmington, DE, is a burial ground that offers funeral and burial services. The Cemetery provides information about their funeral and burial policies, burial records, plot records, and other Wilmington Cemetery records.

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