As a Dignity Memorial provider, we are proud to serve families of all cultures, beliefs and backgrounds with compassion, care and dignity. Read More.
We know what’s involved in making final arrangements when your or your loved one’s native country is far away, and we understand the special issues and emotions that can arise. Read More.
Qingming, also known as Clear Bright Day, Ancestors Day or Tomb Sweeping Day, is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture. Read More.
In your time of need, you may find comfort in knowing that we understand the traditions of your culture. It’s our culture too. That’s why the services we offer accommodate the most important customs of Hispanic funeral traditions. Read More.
Many people of Asian origin living in the United States combine their native cultural traditions with Christian funeral practices. Read More.
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.
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.
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.
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 Jewish funeral is a modest, solemn religious service designed to honor the dead and provide support to the deceased’s family and friends as they grieve. Read More.