← Funeral Directing Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Non-traditional Funeral Rite
- Funeral Home
- a A chamber in a mausoleum, of sufficient size, generally used to contain the casketed remains of a deceased person.
- b A building designed specifically for the care of the dead and the serving of the family who will arrange the service and ceremonies for the burial of the dead
- c A teacher or ordained leader in the Jewish faith.
- d Killing of one's father.
- e A funeral rite which deviates from the normal or prescribed circumstances of established custom.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A body of persons distinguished by peculiarities of faith and practice from other bodies adhering to the same general system.
- Death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother.
- In the Jewish faith, a prayer recited for the deceased by the direct mourners (parents, siblings, spouse, children) for the first time
- (From the old English "bear," a stretcher to convey the remains or casket.) A large structure which can not be collapsed into a smaller size and is used to hold the casket or casketed remains during a funeral ceremony
- In the Roman Catholic faith, a piece of cloth or a metal having religious significance usually worn around the neck.
5 True/False Questions
Recessional → A hexagonal or octagonal receptacle, in which human remains are placed for burial or cremation. Anthropoidal in shape.
Solea → In the Eastern Orthodox church, the open area before the altar.
Ceremony → An area of ground set aside and dedicated for the final disposition of dead human bodies.
Embalmer → See Prie Dieu.
Priest → A pile of wood on which a dead body is placed for burning (cremation).