Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let Perpetual Light shine upon them.

We welcome all those who are coming home to us for the last time, and consider it a great duty and honor to provide for your needs as your last goodbyes are said.

Arrangements with the church may be made directly or through a funeral director of your choosing. Musicians (typically an organist and a cantor), altar servers (for a Mass), and site coordination are secured by the parish. A table of costs is available from the rectory. The family may choose readings and music for the Funeral Mass in consultation with the parish priest.

Cremated remains are permitted at the funeral Mass. Catholics are not permitted to reserve, divide, or scatter the ashes of a loved one.

We urge you to review the archdiocese’s guidelines for words of remembrance. One family member should be selected to speak for no more than three minutes from prepared remarks composed with the pastor’s approval.

Flowers may be delivered directly to the church the morning of the Funeral Mass.