5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Canopy (Cemetery Tent)
- Narthex (Lobby, Vestibule, Foyer)
- Acknowledgment Cards
- a A portable shelter employed to cover the grave area during the committal.
- b Cards of recognition sent to friends for kindness shown to deceased's family.
- c An act of disinterring human remains.
- d The entry way into the funeral home or church.
- e The first three letters in the Greek word for Jesus.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Refers to the mass for the dead. Funeral service and/or music for the repose of the soul of the departed (old mass).
- In the Jewish faith, a memorial service; literally "God full of compassion;" usually the last prayer of the funeral service;
- See Transfer of Remains.
- A person in grief because of the death of a person once loved; usually restricted to use in describing the members of the immediate family and relatives
- See Christian Burial Permit.
5 True/False questions
Hesped → From the English "scrud"; a garment; clothing for the dead (poor usage except for Jewish); clothing for the dead (Jewish); a robe like garment
Potters Field → A piece of ground reserved as a burial place for strangers and the friendless poor.
Scapular → In the Roman Catholic faith, a piece of cloth or a metal having religious significance usually worn around the neck.
Mortician → Killing of either or both parents.
Code Of Ethics → Self-imposed rules of conduct specific to the group only.