Preparing an Episcopal Funeral Rob Boulter

ISBN: 9780819229168

Published: January 10th 2014

Paperback

56 pages


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Preparing an Episcopal Funeral  by  Rob Boulter

Preparing an Episcopal Funeral by Rob Boulter
January 10th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 56 pages | ISBN: 9780819229168 | 4.58 Mb

Much like the Catholic best-seller, but expressly developed for the Episcopal Church Incorporates liturgy and music suggestions according to the Book of Common Prayer and other approved pastoral rites A proven, practical tool already used byMoreMuch like the Catholic best-seller, but expressly developed for the Episcopal Church Incorporates liturgy and music suggestions according to the Book of Common Prayer and other approved pastoral rites A proven, practical tool already used by thousands, with new articles for the Episcopal Church audience Funeral planning is one of the most challenging things a family or priest may ever do, whether it is honoring the death of a loved one or long-time member of the congregation.

This simple guide explains the Episcopal theology of celebrating a life alongside grief, while offering practical guidelines and forms for planning and arranging funerals. All content is in accordance to the Book of Common Prayer (1979) and approved liturgical supplementary materials. This new book remedies the lack of resources regarding the Episcopal funeral service, building upon the format and success of Preparing a Catholic Funeral.

Sales history of the Catholic edition indicates that these books are often purchased in bulk by various institutions to distribute to members in advance of death and to the families of the deceased before or after a death. Much like the Catholic best-seller, but expressly developed for the Episcopal Church Incorporates liturgy and music suggestions according to the Book of Common Prayer and other approved pastoral rites A proven, practical tool already used by thousands, with new articles for the Episcopal Church audience Funeral planning is one of the most challenging things a family or priest may ever do, whether it is honoring the death of a loved one or long-time member of the congregation.

This simple guide explains the Episcopal theology of celebrating a life alongside grief, while offering practical guidelines and forms for planning and arranging funerals. All content is in accordance to the Book of Common Prayer (1979) and approved liturgical supplementary materials. This new book remedies the lack of resources regarding the Episcopal funeral service, building upon the format and success of Preparing a Catholic Funeral.

Sales history of the Catholic edition indicates that these books are often purchased in bulk by various institutions to distribute to members in advance of death and to the families of the deceased before or after a death.



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