Queen of Heaven Mausoleum, SalinasName of Church Queen of Heaven Cemetery & Mausoleum

Address 18200 Damian Way, Salinas CA 93907

Contact email [email protected]

Website  www.MontereyLatinMass.org,

Mass times Sundays, 10:30 a.m.  First Saturdays, noon.  The Sunday Masses are High Masses (sung); the First Saturday Mass is a Low Mass.  Mass is also offered on holy days; see the online calendar.

Confessions Sundays, 9:30 – 10 a.m.

Names of priests Father Nicholas Milich.  Father Milich is an excellent homilist, strongly pro-life and knows his Greek and Latin.  He has contributed to the Latin Mass magazine.

School No, but many families in the church homeschool through the online Our Lady of Bethlehem Homeschoolers program.

Special parish activities Join members of the community for breakfast after Sunday Masses.  Interested boys are encouraged to inquire about being altar servers; there is also a Little Flowers group for girls 6-16 on second Fridays that teaches girls to lead virtuous lives.  Check the online calendar for upcoming events.

Music A schola sings at Masses (volunteers needed; even those without musical training encouraged to inquire).

Fellow parishioners All ages; a magnet for those who prefer the celebration of the Mass and sacraments according to the pre-Vatican II practice.

Parking Ample parking on the grounds.

Additional observations  Queen of Heaven is a 30-acre Catholic cemetery founded 50 years ago to serve the residents of the region.  It’s just off the 101 freeway, not far from Santa Cruz and Monterey.  Not long ago, the cemetery chapel became home for the Monterey Bay Area Traditional Latin Mass community, which operates with the blessing of Bishop Richard Garcia of the diocese of Monterey.