San Fernando Mission Cemetery

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San Fernando Mission Cemetery
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Year established 1800
Location Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California
Country United States
Coordinates 34°16′25.48″N 118°28′1.71″W / 34.2737444°N 118.4671417°W / 34.2737444; -118.4671417Coordinates: 34°16′25.48″N 118°28′1.71″W / 34.2737444°N 118.4671417°W / 34.2737444; -118.4671417
Type Roman Catholic
Owned by Los Angeles Archdiocese

The San Fernando Mission Cemetery is a Catholic cemetery located at 11160 Stranwood Avenue in the Mission Hills community of the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, near the San Fernando Mission.

The San Fernando Mission Cemetery has been owned and operated by the Los Angeles Archdiocese since 1800. Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary operating as a separate business unit under a land lease agreement between the Archdiocese and Stewart Enterprises is also located on the grounds of the cemetery. San Fernando Mission Cemetery is an active cemetery providing burials, entombments and cremation options to members of the Roman Catholic Community and their families.

Art by Isabel Piczek[edit]

Four mosaics by Isabel Piczek we created to adorn a mid century style mausaleum. Two of the pieces are dated in the mosaic, 1963 and 1964.

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