5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Social Security Administration
- Calling Hours (Visiting Hours)
- a In the Roman Catholic faith, a piece of cloth or a metal having religious significance usually worn around the neck.
- b A branch of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services which provides benefits for retirement, survivor's insurance, disability, health insurance and death
- c Time at which the family and friends may view the deceased.
- d a. Group of clients; b. Those who adhere or resort to a person for professional help and advice.
- e A pile of wood on which a dead body is placed for burning (cremation).
5 Multiple choice questions
- See Narthex.
- From the Latin (sepulcrum): burial place to tomb.
- A desk so designed to facilitate the delivery of a lecture or sermon.
- The moving of the dead human body from the place of death to the funeral home or other designated place.
- One in whom all physical life as ceased.
5 True/False questions
Yahrzeit → The act of placing cremated remains in an urn.
Chancel → The singing or intoning of all or portions of liturgical service.
After Care → A call made on the surviving relatives after the funeral service by the funeral director or an assistant.
Sign of the Cross → In the Roman Catholic faith, a man who is a member of a religious order without being ordained or while preparing for ordination.
Catacombs → In the Roman Catholic faith, a member of the clerical order (clergy) just below a Priest.