Saint Vincent de Paul Cemetery
120 Coon Hollow Road**
New Hope, KY 40051
Established in 1844
St Vincent de Paul Cemetery is a ministry of the Archdiocese of Louisville. We offer the sacred rite of burial to the Catholic community and all of God’s people. We welcome the opportunity to provide your family and loved ones with a beautiful and peaceful resting place.
St Vincent de Paul Cemetery was established in 1844. The original parish church was located on the hill where the crucifix and altar now reside. The present church was built in the community of New Hope in 1887. In 1978, St Vincent de Paul Cemetery Fund, Inc was established to provide a perpetual fund and proper management for the cemetery. Today, the Board of Directors oversees all financial activities and management of the cemetery. The Cemetery Managers oversee the sale of graves, burials, cemetery maps and permanent records.
Cemetery News Update -- January 2022
In 2022, the Board of Directors will finalize a plan to re-route the road in front the cemetery. When the road is completed, a new fence across the front will be constructed. The parking area will be re-designed to minimize future damages to cemetery property.
This is a key part of the financial stability of the Cemetery. Please remember the cemetery in your Estate Planning, Memorials at the time of death, and Periodic Donations.
Donations can be made payable to: St Vincent de Paul Cemetery Fund, Inc. Clearly mark your donation and drop it in the collection basket at a weekend Mass at St Vincent de Paul or mail it to 5198 New Hope Road, New Haven, KY 40051
Board of Directors
Chairman -- Lambert Boone 502-827-2317
Secretary -- Diane Gant
Treasurer -- Mary Lee Bray
Member -- Karen Thomas
Member -- Eric Dant
Ex-Officio Member -- Pastor, Rev Matthew Hardesty
Alan and Doris Rust
462 Kings Road ***
New Haven, KY 40051
Alan cell 502-648-1129
Doris cell 502-558-7349
Current Cemetery Fees
Purchase the First Rite of Burial $500
Purchase the Second Rite of Burial $250
Interment Fee due at time of burial $200
Flower and Decoration Policy
Please respect our policy for Flowers and Decorations. Please do not leave breakable items at the grave site. This becomes a hazard for other visitors and maintenance staff. Mowing Season is April through October. Items that obstruct the mowers will be removed by Cemetery Management as needed. Christmas Decorations will be removed prior to April 1. Any decoration that becomes unsightly or is blown off the stone will be removed by Cemetery Management. PLEASE help us keep the cemetery beautiful.
For a complete copy of the Cemetery Policy, please contact Doris Rust.
**GPS Address only
*** Mailing Address