Remembering Well: Rituals for Celebrating Life and Mourning Death

Book, 2000, 216 pp
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At times of death and grief, the task of planning a funeral or memorial service often falls to survivors who are unprepared to think about such an event - especially if they are alienated from formal religious traditions or from their families. Nevertheless, those who mourn need to give voice to their sorrow.

This resource offers family members, clergy, funeral professionals, and hospice workers ways to plan services and rituals that honour the spirit of the deceased and are faithful to that person's values and beliefs, while also respecting the needs and wishes of those who will attend the services.

An essential resource for all who yearn to put death in a spiritual context but are unsure how to do so.

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