a sacred space at a sacred place
Cedar Grove Cemetery in Late Spring
Historic Cedar Grove Cemetery Pedestrian Entrance
Mary, Holy Mother of the Church and Mary, Holy Mother of God Mausolea Opened in January, 2013
Football Weekends 2016
Cedar Grove Cemetery invites you to attend our Open House home game Fridays or Saturdays. Explore the variety of campus burial options available to Notre Dame Alumni and their family members. Meet with a staff member to have your questions answered and/or pick up an Information Packet for consideration later.
Open House hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, please call 574.631.5660 during normal office hours or 574.850.8870 during Open House hours only.
Welcome to Cedar Grove Cemetery, located on the beautiful University of Notre Dame campus. Cedar Grove Cemetery provides a dignified Christian burial to members of the Notre Dame community. By setting aside a holy place for burial, Cedar Grove Cemetery offers a fitting environment for full liturgical celebrations. Just as in life, we believe that in death the human body deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. We also foster a type of remembering that is enlightened by faith and sees death as a bridge to the Communion of Saints. Our bond with the believing is not broken by death.
A Sacred Space at a Sacred Place
Interment for Alumni and Parishioners of Sacred Heart Parish
In addition to inground burial for faculty, staff and retirees with the requisite years of service, Cedar Grove Cemetery also affords above-ground burial to Notre Dame alumni, their family members, and members of Sacred Heart Parish in a mausoleum comIplex named Our Lady of Sorrows at Cedar Grove Cemetery. Families who qualify may choose entombment of the full-body or inurnment of the cremated remains of the body in one of four mausolea. Please click here to learn more.
In Heart and Mind
Alexis Coquillard, co-founder of South Bend September 28, 1795 - January 8, 1855
In 1842 it was to the home of Mr. Coquillard that Father Edward Sorin, C.S.C. traveled on his way to the future home of the University of Notre Dame.