Embark on a journey of insight and discover answers to commonly asked questions about St. Michael the Archangel Columbarium. We’ve compiled this comprehensive FAQ section to provide you with clarity, guidance, and a deeper understanding of our sacred space. If you have queries, find them answered here.

Who may be buried in the Columbarium?

The columbarium is intended for the interment of the cremated remains of Catholics who are entitled to Christian burial according to the rules and disciplines of the Church and the regulations of the Bishop and Pastor. Therefore, members of our parish, or other Catholic parishes, together with their family members may be inurned at the Columbarium. Others may be inurned at the discretion of the parish priest.

A total of 2,500 vaults have been completed, comprising individual vaults, premium vaults, and family estates. Each vault is designed to accommodate 4 standard-sized urns.

Yes. Niches/Vaults are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

For uniformity, the engraving will permit only the last name, first name and the middle initial of the deceased, together with the date of birth and date of death.

 Payment is made in full at the time of donation, either by cash or check. There is currently a provision in place for the installment payments which is a period of five (5) months.