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Jehovah's Witness Funeral Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs

A Jehovah’s Witness funeral is very similar to a Christian funeral in terms of customs and practices. The main difference between the two services is that a Jehovah’s Witness funeral lasts only about

Christian Funeral Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs

Due to the number of denominations, Christian funerals often vary since there aren’t any absolute requirements (like you would see at a traditional Catholic funeral, for instance). While Christian fun

Catholic Funeral Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs

Catholic funerals have important religious steps and are a final act of liturgy towards the deceased. They are about acknowledging the passing of a loved one with an emphasis on their eternal life and the community’s hope that their soul will pass into the Kingdom of Heaven. Catholic funerals are tr

Buddhist Funeral Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs

Buddhism is the world’s fourth largest religion with over 520 million followers, most of which reside in Asian countries including China, Japan, Myanmar, Tibet, Sri Lanka and Cambodia. In the United States, Buddhists make up roughly 1% of the population with the greatest concentrations in Hawaii and

Hindu Funeral Traditions, Customs, and Beliefs

Hinduism is the third largest religion in the world with over 1.1 billion followers with most living in India and Nepal. In the United States, Hindus represent 1% of the US population with over 3 million followers living across the country. For those attending a Hindu funeral, it can be useful a