Monastery Caskets

br-edwardMonastery Caskets is pleased to offer to the general public high quality, hand-made wooden caskets and burial cremation urns. Both caskets and burial urns are made according to the specifications of the monks. These caskets and urns are ready for shipping at the time of need or by pre-need arrangement. Many people find the idea of purchasing caskets from a monastery very fitting. Not only do they receive a casket or urn that is dignified and beautiful, they also have the satisfaction of helping to support the Monastery in its mission of prayer. These wooden caskets and cremation urns are available for viewing and purchase online or may be seen at our display room at the Monastery of the Holy Cross in Chicago.
Brother Edward Glanzmann, O.S.B.
Director of Monastery Caskets

(888) 539-4261 x 206

Price List

(Effective January 1, 2014; Illinois residents please add 9.25% sales tax)

FREE SHIPPING in Chicagoland!

St. Mary Casketcatalog_st-joseph

Casket:            $ 2,995.00               Hardwood cherry finish or hardwood walnut finish

St. Joseph Casket

Casket:            $ 2,495.00                   Hardwood poplar with dark cherry finish

St. Benedict Casket

Casket:            $ 1,995.00                   Hardwood poplar with dark cherry finish or light natural finish

St. Christopher Casket (Interior dimensions: L 28” x W 10” x H 6”)

Casket:            $    499.00                   Infant / toddler casket: Hardwood poplar with dark cherry finish

St. Joseph Casket – Oversize (Interior dimensions: L 80” x W 27” x H 17”)

Casket:            $ 2,995.00          Hardwood poplar with dark cherry finish


                                                            ** Please note: Larger burial vault required for cemetery

Single Cremation Urns or Companion Cremation Urns

Urn:                 $    275.00       Urn:                $    300.00        Hardwood poplar with dark cherry finish

Memorial Keepsake Cross

Cross:              $    40.00                     In the same wood and finish as caskets or urns

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