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    About Queen of all Saints Cemetery

Nestled among rolling hills on 35 peaceful acres in Central Islip, Queen of All Saints Cemetery lives up to its name as the “hidden gem” among Catholic Cemeteries of Long Island. Since first opening in the 1960s, it has faithfully served the Catholic community of Suffolk County under the Diocese of Rockville Centre. Though smaller in size compared to other locations, Queen of All Saints Cemetery in Central Islip offers an serenity all its own with various dignified burial options.

Families can choose from traditional in-ground burial plots located throughout the picturesque grounds. For a more immersive cemetery experience, the Holy Family Lawn Crypt Section features crypts flush with the land beneath decorative stone facades. Those seeking an indoor entombment may opt for mosaic or marble crypts within the Annunciation Garden Mausoleum.

Perhaps most notably, Queen of All Saints is home to Rachel Weeping, a special area dedicated in cooperation with Good Samaritan Hospital. Here parents can lay to rest stillborns and miscarried babies in a beautiful and peaceful setting. In addition, through its partnership with St. Vincent de Paul Society, the cemetery ensures any Catholic parishioner can be laid to rest with dignity regardless of financial means.

Upholding its Catholic mission and performing the Corporal Work of Mercy, Queen of All Saints Cemetery differentiates itself with these charitable works. Regularly scheduled Masses and prayer services allow loved ones to remain closely connected to those finding eternal rest within its grounds. Through meticulous care and compassion, Queen of All Saints continues fulfilling its promise as the serene final home for Suffolk County Catholics who pass on to new life.


Contact Information


300 Elmont Rd, Elmont, NY 11003




Queen of all Saints Cemetery Office Hours

Sun. –Fri. 9.00 AM- 4:30 PM
Sunday 9.00 AM-3.00 PM 

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