Planning a Funeral With CCCS
It's essential to make your wishes known, and that's where pre-planning a funeral comes in. Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society has helped residents of Cincinnati, OH pre-plan funerals for hundreds of years. There are plenty of things to think about when planning a funeral, and you don't have to do it alone – Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society can help.
Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society provides completely pre-arranged and pre-paid funeral, burial, and perpetual care that guarantees your wishes will be carried out, value for value. And through the Catholic Funeral Plan, we can help you pre-fund any and all such services even if you don’t choose a cemetery or funeral home at this time.
1. Start the Talk
The first step of pre-planning your funeral arrangements is starting the talk. This can be with a Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Society team member, your family, yourself, or all three of these.
2. Considering Cremation?
There are many things to think about, including your funeral services, where your ashes will be laid to rest if you are considering cremation. We can help.
3. Cemetery Property Arrangement
When it comes to pre-planning your funeral, it’s important to determine where you want your remains to be laid to rest – we manage for different cemeteries throughout the area.
4. The Funeral Service
A funeral service is set in place to help provide the living with much-needed closure. Pre-planning your service can help you make an intelligent, unhurried decision about it.
Alternatives to Traditional Burial
Catholics know a lot about death and its faces—sorrow, joy, endings, beginnings, triumph, and remembrance. We understand the significance of a traditional Catholic burial. We can answer your questions about alternatives to burial, such as above-ground interment and cremation.
Planning a Place for Remembrance
Everyone’s life on earth must end at some point. For people of faith, it is the beginning of a new life. But what happens in between? Death is indeed a mystery. And it is this uncertainty that contributes to our profound sense of loss when someone we love passes away. Yet our sorrow is often accompanied by peace, and even joy, as we experience the rites of funeral, internment, and remembrance.