Resurrection Catholic Cemetery

Resurrection’s Story

This beautiful, 114-acre cemetery was the first cemetery to be developed by The Catholic Cemeteries Association. Resurrection Cemetery, Moon Township, was consecrated by Bishop Dearden on October 16, 1955, only three years after The Catholic Cemeteries Association was incorporated.

The St. Lazarus garden crypt development at Resurrection Cemetery was the first above-ground project undertaken by The Catholic Cemeteries Association. In 1989, three companion garden crypt buildings were added. In the early 1990s, two additional garden crypt buildings were added and named St. Jude and St. Theresa.

Holy Angels Chapel Mausoleum, with 2,607 crypt and niche spaces, was dedicated in August 2002 by Bishop Donald Wuerl. In addition, 294 glass-front niche have been added in a private room in the St. Gabriel alcove.

Pre-construction sales have begun for Resurrection Cemetery’s newest mausoleum project, St. Michael the Archangel Chapel Mausoleum.

Resurrection Cemetery will have prayer services on April 28 and November 3. Visit our Memorial Prayer Services page for the full list of dates and times for all cemeteries.

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Saint Michael the Archangel Chapel Mausoleum

Construction has begun on the new Saint Michael the Archangel Chapel Mausoleum located at Resurrection Catholic Cemetery. St. Michael the Archangel Mausoleum will include 709 total crypts and 292 total niches. A rear landscaped exterior patio will contain 144 niches with a peaceful reflecting wall. We are excited to see this beautiful mausoleum come to life. Please contact us for availability and more information. 

Contact Us

Resurrection Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleum

100 Resurrection Road
Moon Township, PA 15108-7759

Phone: 724-695-2999

Our Office Hours

The office is open as follows:

Monday – Friday: 9 AM – 4 PM
Saturdays and Holidays: 10 AM – 2 PM

The cemetery grounds are open dawn to dusk. Ask us about indoor mausoleum visitation.

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