We offer condolences on the loss of your loved one. We realize that this is a difficult time, and we want to be a source of assistance and support.

The guidelines provided in these webpages are offered as a resource for planning the various stations, or parts, of the funeral for your loved one.

Please take note of the Cathedral Bereavement Ministry and other support programs that we offer as part of our Parish Ministry. They may be a source of comfort for you and your family.

Know that your loved one will be remembered in the prayers of our parishioners and at Masses during the week of your loved one’s funeral. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to assist you, not only during these days, but in the period of grief that follows.

Sincerely yours in Christ,
Rev. Msgr. Rick Woy
Rector

“In the face of death, the Church confidently proclaims that God has created each person for eternal life and that Jesus, the Son of God, by his death and resurrection, has broken the chains of sin and death that bound humanity. Christ ‘achieved his task of redeeming humanity and giving perfect glory to God, principally by the paschal mystery of his blessed passion, resurrection from the dead, and glorious ascension.'” ~ The Order of Christian Funerals, #1