Choosing a peaceful, final resting place is an important decision for families who elect cremation. While the Church has recognized cremation as a suitable form of disposition, the burial or entombment of cremated remains on consecrated grounds is also favored.
Our Family Service Counselors can suggest a meaningful final resting place for families who prefer cremation -- from glass or concealed-front mausoleum niches, new columbarium memorial to ground burial of cremated remains.
In each case, the choice of a cremation urn is required. We provide a variety of selections. Many can be personalized with engraving to create a permanent memorial.