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Dealing with Death

Published: 04/12/2010 by Funeral Home Resource Team in Funeral

Dealing with death is a life experience that no one wants to face, yet at some point, we all do. Death is nearly always accompanied by questions - especially "why." Whether we are facing our own death, or the death of someone we love

Catholic Funeral Rites

Published: 06/21/2010 by Funeral Home Resource Team in World Religions and Funerals

Catholic Funeral rites historically include:
• Vigil Service celebrated in the funeral home or the church
• Funeral Liturgy (in the church)
• Rite of Committal of the body at the cem

Plan a Funeral

Published: 01/02/2016 by James M. in Funeral

A plan funeral is not complicated to develop, so long as you approach it intentionally and with some forethought. A funeral offers family and loved ones the chance to grieve and to express their feelings, which is a healthy part of dealing with...

As a child, I remember attending the funeral mass at church for my grandmother. Even though I was only 5 years old, I look back on it with great detail. I recall sitting on the hard wooden pew, listening to the priest speak for what felt like forever

In the United States, people love their pets. Dogs and cats are often considered members of the family, and Americans have spent an estimated $55 billion on their pets in 2013 alone, for everything from food and treats to medical care and grooming.

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What is a Mausoleum?

Published: 04/19/2013 by Dachary Carey in Funeral

A mausoleum is far more than a monument designed to house the remains of the deceased. A private mausoleum is a statement and a unique expression of the individual or family, in addition to being a lasting monument to the deceased.

A funeral helps you - and those that knew the deceased - face death. This is an important step in the grieving process. Funerals also provide a support structure of family and friends that help you during this time.

Important Death Paperwork Before and After Cremation

Published: 04/04/2013 by Dachary Carey in Cremation

Losing a loved one signals the beginning of an emotional grieving process for family members, but it also carries administrative burdens. If you have recently lost a loved one, expect to handle the following important paperwork.

How to Choose a Funeral Home

Published: 04/02/2013 by Dachary Carey in Funeral

When you select a funeral home, you’ll be buying a casket, arranging a viewing, and conducting a funeral with that provider. Take these arrangements under consideration when selecting a funeral home. Ask a few important questions.