A Full Life Planner

Now...For the Hour of My Death

This guide can facilitate a series of decisions, which are collectively a loving embrace of those who survive you. You can shape what will happen then by your choices now.
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Purposes of this Planner

1. To present thorough information on this continuum of topics:

A.  Introduction
B.  Documenting a Life
C.  Providing for Final Spiritual & Pastoral Care
D.  Providing for Final Health Care
E.  Arranging for a Cemetery Burial
F.  Telling of a Death
G.  Working with a Funeral Home & Director
H.  Celebrating a Life in Prayer & Ritual
I.   Grief education & bereavement support
J.   Reflections: On Preparing for Death

2. To support the completion of your planning. We want your spirit, personality and preferences to be fulfilled and expressed after your death. We want your good intentions to be made real.
 

DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE
HOW POWERFUL AND HELPFUL COMPLETING THIS WORK NOW
WILL BE AT THAT UNDETERMINED TIME OF YOUR DEATH.

DISCLAIMER
This guide is intended to present areas of concern related to death and dying and thus invite further study leading to informed decision-making. The information in this book is not intended to substitute for the advice of trained specialists from many fields, most notably health care, financial, pastoral or legal professionals. Readers should consult their physicians and medical practitioners, financial advisors and accountants, pastors and attorneys for appropriate, personalized, specific advice.

All illustrations show the diversity of nature and its cycle of nature—planting, growing, producing, reaping and death.

A Tradition of Comforting Concern

Telephone
414-438-4420
Fax
414-438-4427
Mailing Address
Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries
7301 West Nash Street
Milwaukee WI 53216

 

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