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Catholic Funeral Services In Singapore
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When a death happens, everyone will be in grief and it’s difficult to coordinate things around. We help by breaking our services into 2 phrases.

Phrase 1- Setting up the wake:

  • Embalm, Dressing up & Make-up (Clothes of deceased)*
  • Polished Wood Casket
  • Logistics of deceased body to wake address
  • Booking of cremation slot & arrangement (Mandai Crematorium & Columbarium Complex)*
  • Standard Void deck Tentage Setup*
    • Carpet flooring & curtain
    • 10 round tables
    • 15 square tables
    • 100 plastic chairs
    • 2 big fans
    • 4 small fans
    • 2 power point & general lightings
  • PA System
  • Funeral Decoration
  • Photo Flower Wreath – Standard Size 11″ x 13″
  • Online Memorial Site- Live within 4 hours
  • Condolences Book
  • Mobile Toilet

Phrase 3 – Saying the last Good Bye

  • Furnace Hearse
  • Pallbearer Services
  • Aircon Bus 45 Seater
  • Ash collection service

Package Pricing

3 Days – from $4,680

5 days – from $5,088

7 days – from $5,480

Understand More About Catholic Funeral Services

Where To Hold A Catholic Funeral

Catholic funerals are held in Catholic churches, though they may also be held in the chapels of Catholic assisted living or care facilities or in the chapels at Catholic cemeteries.

The Catholic Funeral Service

Priests lead the Funeral Mass, and may also lead the funeral liturgy (service). If a priest is not available, deacons may lead the funeral liturgy. If a deacon is not available, a layperson with knowledge of the liturgy and traditions may lead the service. However, only a priest or a deacon may delivery the homily (sermon), which will also serve to remember the deceased by incorporating examples from the deceased’s life.

Specific Catholic Funeral Arrangements

Throughout the service, no matter who is leading, laypeople may participate as readers, musicians, pallbearers, ushers, and in other usual roles. The music played at the Funeral Mass should be appropriate church music; popular or non-religious music is not appropriate. However, the family of the person who died may coordinate with the priest to have special or especially meaningful hymns, psalms, or readings included in the Mass.

Interment

The Rite of Committal is the Catholic interment service, at which the body is finally buried or interred. The Rite of Committal may take place at a gravesite, mausoleum crypt or tomb, or columbarium (in the event that the body was cremated). Family and friends gather together with a priest or deacon to pray over the body one last time. In order to make the burial or interment site a sacred place for the deceased, the priest or deacon will bless the place before the body or remains are placed inside. After the site has been blessed, the body or remains will be committed to the earth. The priest or deacon will then recite more prayers, and then everyone will join in to say the Lord’s Prayer.

Mourning Period And Memorial Events

There is no prescribed mourning period or memorial events in Catholicism.