On this day I also met a man name Jose, he was an older gentleman of spanish descent. He approached me as I was sitting next to the last marker pictured. It had a picture of a mother, holding a young child....I had been sitting there for quite some time. Jose, introduced himself to me and asked if I was there visiting family. I stated that I was there visiting someone's family, I supposed. We talked about how beautiful it was outside and how much he loved his job. He had a similar view on Cemetery's that I do. He told me that I had an amazing aura, I found this odd since I have heard this before (a few times, stories about that will come later). He also said that I had sadness in my eyes, but that I should rest easy because it wouldn't be there forever. I left him to do his job, while I marvelled in his blessing.
The following information is from http://files.usgwarchives.net/wa/pierce/cemeteries/calvary.txt:
This independent Catholic cemetery began in 1905 and was reorganized
in 1933. Some records were destroyed in 1933 but others are still kept
on site. The cemetery is well-maintained and has expanded beyond its
original 34 acres. Adjacent to the cemetery is the Old Tacoma Catholic
Cemetery which is now part of Calvary and is maintained by them.
|Sister Mary Anastasia|