← Funeral Directing Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Reception Room (Foyer)
- Funeral Mass
- a An underground cemetery for burial purposes.
- b The name of the funeral service in the Roman Catholic Church.
- c That portion of the funeral home in which guests or callers are received.
- d A formal summary of religious belief, a confession of religious beliefs, principles or opinions professed or adhered to.
- e The orderly movement of a dead body and of persons and vehicles during the period of the funeral to the place of final disposition; usually following the rites and ceremonies in a church or funeral home to the place of final disposition (furneral procession, cortege)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- An individual who is registered by a state agency to perform only basic disposition with no accompanying funeral or other service.
- The automobile generally used for transporting of uncasketed human remains.
- The rites held at the time of disposition of human remains, with the body present.
- One who carries the crucifix/cross during an ecclesiastical procession.
- The stand or support upon which the casket rests.
5 True/False Questions
Obsequies → A news item of the death of a person, particularly a newspaper notice, containing a biographical sketch.
Tomb → A general term designating those places suitable for the reception of a dead human body.
Service Room → A room in the funeral home where funeral and memorial services are held.
Transcepts → The sides of a Liturgical church in which additional seating is located.
Christian Burial Certificate → A legal document containing vital statistic, disposition, and final medical information pertaining to the deceased.