Gate of Heaven announced today the launch of its newly designed website. The new website offers a dynamic design with vivid photographs, desktop and mobile friendly navigation, walk to grave capability, 360 degree views throughout the cemetery, streaming videos, and enriched content for families.
This re-design offers a continual resource for families and shares the core value of the cemetery’s offerings and stance on burial rights. “Our key objective is to provide our families with a resource center to allow them to keep up with all the great happenings surrounding their loved ones and regularly educate the community on the decisions and religious aspects of our Catholic faith,” says Debra K. Crane, Director of Cemeteries.
A key website feature will be the streaming video, news and events section. Ryan Walsman, Pre-Planning and Marketing Manager reports that, “Unlike most traditional websites, Gate of Heaven is proud to be able to offer families an additional experience by providing them with short segment videos and keeping them updated on news and events.”
Gate of Heaven’s website will be updated on a regular basis with new product offerings, cemetery activities, events, videos, and images. We encourage all visitors to explore the newly designed website at www.gateofheaven.org.
About Gate of Heaven Cemetery
Gate of Heaven Cemetery, which opened in 1947, is a not-for-profit organization owned and operated by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The Cemetery celebrates over 70 years of service, where our Christian community gathers to pay tribute to, cherish the memory, and celebrate those who have gone to eternal life with the Lord. The Cemetery grounds provide families beautiful surroundings featuring ponds, rolling hills, fountains, tranquil chimes of bells, flower beds, and a trickling water fall for reflection and peace throughout the Cemetery.
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