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Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Tiny seeds fall to the ground and bring forth beautiful flowers upon the earth…..
What seems to have passed away, has in truth given an entrance to new life.
                                                                                                         Bonnie Jensen


The early history of our Catholic community is deeply rooted to a parcel in Elliottsville.  On this site, early Catholics worshipped and, although the church itself is gone, the Visitation site is still the location of our mountain cemetery and is part of Saint Joan of Arc Church.

Many years ago, the Gleason family from Elliottsville donated the land for our first church and cemetery.

Preserving the history and heritage of these early efforts and insuring a future for our cemetery are important responsibilities that go along with being a parish.

Cemetery headstones give clues about the early families and their church community.  One can sense the efforts and struggles of these Catholic pioneers.​


From Uniontown, follow 40 E. to Wharton Furnace Road.  Approximately 6 miles, turn right onto Quebec Road in Elliottsville.  Cemetery is located at the top odf the hill, on left.


From Farmington, turn left onto 381 S. to Elliottsville.  Make a sharp right and a sharp left onto Quebec Road.  Cemetery is located on the top of the hill, on the left.


The following policies are for the benefit of the lot owners, for efficiency of maintenance and to preserve the uniformity of the entire cemetery.  Your cooperation and assistance will be appreciated and will help maintain the beauty of the cemetery.

1.  No planting of shrubs, trees, evergreens, or plants over 2 feet tall.  We reserve the right to remove or trim as needed.

2.  Artifical wreaths less than 30 inches set on a stand are permitted.

3.  Artificial flowers are permitted, provided they are not over 30 inches.

4.  Decorations that become unsightly or withered are removed on a regular schedule for the best appearance of the cemetery.  Christmas decorations must be removed by March 31.

5.  Decorations are limited to one per lot.  Quality, not quantity makes beauty.  Military plaques do not count as a decoration.

“May the Lord Jesus Christ Himself and God our Father, Who loved us and by His grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, encourage your hearts and strengthen you”…

Thessalonians 2: 16