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We create a Celebration of Life
Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Community

     When someone dies we want the chance to say goodbye, honor their memory, and look for meaning in the death. For most of history, we have turned to funerals to serve these purposes. And, without a doubt, holding a ceremony to memorialize someone we have lost holds an important place in the process of handling grief.
     While the need to mourn hasn’t changed, the ceremonies we use to help us through the process has. For example, as the use of cremation has increased, holding a memorial service rather than a traditional funeral has become popular. The difference being, during a funeral the body is present while at a memorial service it is not. Memorial services also provide the flexibility of our diverse, more mobile society requires since they are not tied to a specific time or place.
     But for many people, traditional funeral rituals have become too impersonal. And so we have seen the rise of “The Celebration of Life.”
  
IN LOVING
MEMORY
HOW TO PLAN A CELEBRATION OF LIFE

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