Funeral Directive
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Does anyone already have text for a funeral directive for a Traditional Roman Catholic? I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel if someone already had one. Thanks.


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(04-25-2022, 09:55 AM)DadTrad1977 Wrote: Does anyone already have text for a funeral directive for a Traditional Roman Catholic? I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel if someone already had one. Thanks.


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not sure if this is what you are looking for but i this with my will so my kids know what to do.

https://lms.org.uk/funeral
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Just a point of information. DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR FUNERAL DIRECTIVE IN YOUR WILL! Your will may not be opened and read until long after you are buried. Keep it a separate document and make sure your spouse/children/next of kin know where it is and can get to it easily at your death.

In my case, since none of my immediate family are practising Catholics (please pray for their return to the Faith), I have noted that I want an NO Requiem (not a 'White Mass' of the Resurrection!) celebrated in my Parish Church for any of my family that wish to attend and my friends in the Parish.

But, I have also arranged to have a Traditional Requiem celebrated at the FSSP Seminary in Denton. I have left directions in my 'Final Instructions' on how to contact the Seminary when I pass so that the Mass will be celebrated.
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