Narthex Display

If your parish has the ability to print these publications you can make them available in the narthex after mass, The booklets can be part of a special weekend focus on proper Christian burial. The Bereavement committee or other parishioners could be there to answer questions, provide assistance, and hand out other pertinent materials.

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Order for Visiting a Cemetery
This order is a solemn commemoration of the departed whose bodies lie in a cemetery. It may be used on All Souls Day, Memorial Day, on the anniversary of the death or burial of a particular deceased person, or when a gravestone or cemetery monument is erected. The service may also be adopted for use by individuals when they visit the grave of a relative or friend.
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Bulletin Insert #1 (sunset)
This 8.5" x 11" flyer can be edited with specific details (when, where, time) informing your parishioners of upcoming presentations discussing proper Catholic burial information. Can be placed within each church bulletin or made available in the narthex.
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Bulletin Insert #2 (blue)
This 8.5" x 11" flyer can be edited with specific details (when, where, time) informing your parishioners of upcoming presentations discussing proper Catholic burial information. Can be placed within each church bulletin or made available in the narthex.
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Anne's Cemetery Reflections
Share with your parishioners this inspiring reflection from one person's perspective that will touch their hearts and instill a passion for their outlook of a Catholic cemetery.
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Understanding Symbols in the Catholic Funeral Mass
Many symbols are used during the funeral liturgy reflect the sacrament of Baptism — by which we share in Christ’s death and Resurrection. At the funeral Mass, we offer worship,… Read More
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Coping With the Death of Your Loved One
How we process a loss is a unique experience. No one grieves in the same way. There are many different factors that influence how a person will grieve. Contrary to… Read More
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Sacrament of the Sick
The Anointing of the Sick, formerly called Extreme Unction or Last Rites, is explicitly referred to in Scripture. Since the very beginning, the Church has extended the healing ministry of… Read More
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Hospice Care, End of Life Issues, and Advance Directives
Hospice care is a family-centered approach to pain management at the end stages of life that includes a primary caregiver, physician, nurses, home health aides, social workers, counselors, bereavement services,… Read More
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Understanding Catholic Funerals – The Vigil, The Church Service, The Committal, Cremation
As Catholics, we fulfill our obligations to the deceased, with whom we remain connected, by lovingly following the rituals of the Church associated with death. In doing so, we proclaim… Read More
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Practical Preparation – Details to Address: Your Will, Social Security, Veterans Affairs
All persons over 18 years of age should have a will. You should make a will as soon as possible because no one can plan for a sudden illness or… Read More
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Considering Cremation
A must-read for those "considering cremation" purely based on cost and/or a lack of understanding of Catholic guidelines.