Funeral Planning By Pastoral Care Project Posted on 12th March 2020

Funeral Planning

By Pastoral Care Project


The individuals, who contact us at the Pastoral Care Project, often share with us their fear of missing out on a funeral Mass. It can be for various reasons:they have no family or wish to be cremated or that the family do not share their faith. Lack of information should not preclude them from having a Funeral Mass. 

“Anyone who has worked in pastoral ministry will often have known someone whose faith was an important part of their life.  However, because of the isolation in which people often live, if they haven’t made it quite clear the type of funeral they want, they can end up with one that is nothing like they would have wished for - it does not express the person of faith and trust they were.  My Funeral Mass instructions document is a very practical way of enabling that to happen.”

Bishop David McGough


My Funeral Mass has been revised and produced in partnership with Redemptorist Publications.


The section, Care of the Sick and Critical Illness  has been revised to assist individuals to ensure their faith and sacramental requirements are known and recorded in the Respect Form completed by, GP’s, Health Care Providers.

Frances Molloy, Project Manager of Pastoral Care Project, said, “It is rewarding knowing that many more individuals have access to purchase copies through with discounts for bulk orders. Income from sales also support the Pastoral Care Projects charitable work and their annual appeal -  part of Dementia Prayer Week 12-19th March 2020”.


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