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The death of someone you love can be difficult and challenging. The Tablet offers an annual bereavement supplement to help readers navigate through this time in their lives.
Flowers fade, leaves fall, we think about the end of things, and remind ourselves that, for the believer, endings are temporary.
The Bereavement Services Program of Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens’ Office of Mission will offer a Day of Reflection at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston, Nov. 11.
Remains arriving at the cemetery without family, friends or clergy to attend the committal have increased over the years. So that no one would ever be buried without the witness of other Christians, lay people in the Archdiocese of San Francisco have started a lay committal ministry.
The Bereavement Ministry of St. Ephrem parish, Dyker Heights, invites those who have lost a loved one and are in the midst of the grieving process to attend the parish’s All Souls Mass on Thursday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. in church.
Marine Park Funeral Home is located on Quentin Road in Marine Park, Brooklyn.
Leo F. Kearns, Inc. Funeral Home is located on Woodhaven Blvd. in Rego Park, Queens.
It is holy and wholesome to remember, honor and pray for the faithful departed.
More than 6,000 patients – of all faith traditions – are cared for annually by Calvary Hospital’s inpatient, home care and hospice services.