The Real Purpose of a Catholic Funeral (Hint: It's Not Just a "Celebration of Life") | ChurchPOP

The Real Purpose of a Catholic Funeral (Hint: It's Not Just a "Celebration of Life") | ChurchPOP

The Real Purpose of a Catholic Funeral (Hint: It's Not Just a "Celebration of Life") | ChurchPOP

The Real Purpose of a Catholic Funeral (Hint: It's Not Just a "Celebration of Life") | ChurchPOP

Robert J. Dufford, S. J. (born 1943) is a Jesuit priest, a former member of the St. Louis Jesuits musical group, and a composer of Catholic liturgical music. His most popular song is "Be Not Afraid."[1] His work is included in such hymnals as Glory and Praise and Gather.

Robert J. Dufford, S. J. (born 1943) is a Jesuit priest, a former member of the St. Louis Jesuits musical group, and a composer of Catholic liturgical music. His most popular song is "Be Not Afraid."[1] His work is included in such hymnals as Glory and Praise and Gather.

"I have never seen a moving van following a funeral procession.  The treasures we have given to others, that we take with us... And that is what the Lord lets us bring. Love,  charity, service, patience,  goodness,  tenderness are very beautiful treasures: these we bring with us. The other things, no." - From homily of Pope Francis

"I have never seen a moving van following a funeral procession. The treasures we have given to others, that we take with us... And that is what the Lord lets us bring. Love, charity, service, patience, goodness, tenderness are very beautiful treasures: these we bring with us. The other things, no." - From homily of Pope Francis

If your uncle has passed away you should consider writing a eulogy to pay tribute to his life. Reading a sample eulogy for an uncle first...

If your uncle has passed away you should consider writing a eulogy to pay tribute to his life. Reading a sample eulogy for an uncle first...

“Jesus' resurrection is a statement about how reality works: always moving toward resurrection. As the Catholic funeral preface says, "Life is not ended but merely changed." This is the divine mystery of transformation, which is entirely evident in the physical universe. This is why I believe in the physical resurrection of Jesus, even if it is a new kind of physicality, which Paul struggles to describe (1 Corinthians 15:35ff).”

“Jesus' resurrection is a statement about how reality works: always moving toward resurrection. As the Catholic funeral preface says, "Life is not ended but merely changed." This is the divine mystery of transformation, which is entirely evident in the physical universe. This is why I believe in the physical resurrection of Jesus, even if it is a new kind of physicality, which Paul struggles to describe (1 Corinthians 15:35ff).”

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