Bereavement

To those who are bereaved

Death is always a sad occurrence. To lose a spouse, parent, family member or close friend is surely one of the most painful experiences we must endure in life.
The priests of the parish are most anxious to be a source of support and strength at this time and will be here to help in the months and years ahead. Our prayers are never unmindful of your grief. Your priests would feel privileged to be of help in any way at any time during your time of grief.

Please contact the Parish Office on 053 942 1117 or in case of emergencies the Parish Mobile 087 237 8773.

St. Michael's Cemetery, Gorey &
Kilcavan Cemetery, Tara Hill

The property of the Roman Catholic Parish of Gorey, these cemeteries are for the burial of deceased members of the parish, in accord with the beliefs, traditions and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. To achieve this purpose in a dignified and seemly manner, the use of these cemeteries is subject to governing and pastoral ordinances (as amended from time to time) by the Parish Authority, in accord with the provisions of Church Law.

 

Information for Recently Bereaved Families

St Michael's Church, Gorey
Funeral - Readings & Prayers of the Faithful
Bereavement Support
Support Groups
State & Church regulations for funerals
Rules & Regulations of the Cemeteries.
Application to Purchase a Grave
Application to Purchase a Grave
Application to Erect a headstone.
Application to Erect a Headstone.
Map of St Michael's cemetry
Map of St Michael’s Cemetery.
Aerial View of St Joseph's Section
Aerial View of St Joseph's Section
 

List of People Buried at St. Michael's

Thank you to Larry Quigley who examined every headstone and recorded the inscriptions, and to Carmel Roice who entered the data.

 

Cemetery History

The following documents examine the history of the cemetery:

Gorey Bridge Chapel

by Michael Fitzpatrick

History of The Chapel Yard

by Michael Fitzpatrick

Commemoration Service Address

by Fr. Howell- 16 August 2016