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Resurrection Prayer

Most Merciful Father, we commend our departed into your hands. We are filled with the sure hope that our departed will rise again on the last day with all who have died in Christ...  Read More

Scripture and Prayers

One of the ways you can personalize a service is to include meaningful scripture and prayers.  Read More

St. Francis Peace Prayer

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love...  Read More

The Asian Funeral

Many people of Asian origin living in the United States combine their native cultural traditions with Christian funeral practices.  Read More

The Benefits of Planning Your Military Funeral or Cremation Service

By planning your funeral or cremation service today, you can ensure the military protocols or traditions of your choosing are included, while making life much easier for your loved ones.  Read More

The Buddhist Funeral

Reincarnation plays an important role in Buddhist funeral traditions. Buddhists see death as a transition from this life to the next, bringing the soul closer to nirvana, a state of absolute bliss.  Read More

The Catholic Funeral

A traditional Catholic funeral consists of three main rites: The Vigil (also known as the Wake), the celebration of the Eucharist (formerly called the Requiem Mass), and the Committal.  Read More

The Hindu Funeral

In the Hindu faith, death is a sad occasion, but priests emphasize the journey ahead for the departed soul and the funeral serves as a celebration as well as a remembrance.  Read More

The Hispanic Funeral

In most Hispanic cultures, death is viewed as the soul’s return home, and funerals are regarded as a part of the natural process of dying. As with any major event, funerals are family affairs in which everyone participates.  Read More

The Holidays, Trauma and Loss: A Time For Healing And A Time To Make Meaning

Significant life changes, joyous or painful, usually elicit some kind of “anniversary” reaction. This period of remembering usually refers to a specific time frame after an event has occurred; a week, month, and most commonly, a year.   Read More

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