St. Casimir Catholic Cemetery


Consecrated in 1903, St. Casimir Catholic Cemetery, located in Chicago’s southwest side, spans 275 acres and has over 75,000 interments (as of 12/31/2022).

The historically Lithuanian Cemetery features the Founder’s Shrine, a now-retired Memorial Bell, which announced the arrival of funeral processions at the Cemetery. The Founder’s Shrine honors the Lithuanian parishes that built the Cemetery. The St. Casimir Shrine is dedicated to the patron saint of Lithuania, which the Cemetery is named in honor of. The fifteenth century prince, son of the King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Lithuania, was known for his charity and piety before his death of illness at the age of 25.
St. Casimir oversees the operation Mt. Olivet Cemetery and 3 smaller parish cemeteries in the area, they are:
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4401 W. 111th Street
Chicago, IL 60655

Hours of Operation

  • Cemetery Grounds

    Mon - Sun 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

    Closed Now
  • Office

    Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

    Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Closed Now




Very friendly establishment. Clean, neat and calming atmosphere. Very comforting- the facility and the staff.
Latrece W.
The cemetery is well kept and clean. It's really pretty when it's a clear sunny day with few clouds. Headstones are visible and not covered in grass clippings.
Q. V.
Beautiful grounds. Well maintained.
Rose R.
Their affordable plans made it so easy for me to take care of it on my own and not burden my family. Plus as a Catholic I am so grateful to be buried in a Catholic cemetery.
Linda D.

I am pleased with how easy it was to pick out our grave spots.
Highly recommended.

Bernadette B.


For more than 180 years, the Catholic Cemeteries of Chicago have served as a foundation to families, joining generations through Peace of Mind, Tradition and Faith.

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