Cemetery of the Church of St. Patrick
The cemetery of the Church of St. Patrick is
approximately five miles to the south-west of the current church
building. It is a beautiful area of Inver Grove Heights and Dakota
County, Minnesota, with the oldest part of the cemetery atop a hill. The
oldest monuments and mature trees are located in this section while the
newest additions to the cemetery are directly to the right as one enters
the cemetery roadway. Directions to the cemetery can be found at the
bottom of this page.
The newest section of the cemetery is also the home of our monument
dedicated to the babies who have lost their lives to abortion. The front
of the monument reads: In memory of the babies who have been victims of
abortion. May the Angels lead them into paradise. This monument can be
found in the St. Patrick Cemetery by taking the first right hand turn
once on the cemetery roadway.
For a link to the Prolife message in Minnesota please
click the following:
Directions to the Cemetery of the Church of St. Patrick
near the corner of Rich Valley Boulevard and 105th Street East in Inver
Grove Heights, Minnesota (by the Rich Valley
Complex ball fields):
From Highway 52 South
From South Robert Trail
Take Highway 52 south to 80th Street exit.
Cross over 80th straight onto Barnes Avenue.
Stay on Barnes (a winding road) to the very end (a "T" in the road).
Take a left onto Rich Valley Boulevard.
The cemetery is on the right - about 100 yards down the road.
Take South Robert Trail, south of Highway 55.
Watch for the "Hillside Nursery" sign and take the next left onto Rich
The cemetery is about 3 miles down the road on the right.
Click here for interactive map.