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5 Matching questions

  1. Jewish Star
  2. Brother
  3. Committal
  4. Common Carrier
  5. Ceremony
  1. a See Mogen David.
  2. b In the Roman Catholic faith, a man who is a member of a religious order without being ordained or while preparing for ordination.
  3. c The act of disposition by which human remains are interred whether by burial, entombment, or inurement.
  4. d One who publicly undertakes to transport from place to place for a stated compensation, the property of any person who may request his services up to the capacity of his facilities (airline, train, etc)
  5. e Similar to ritual but it may, or may not, have symbolic content.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A news item of the death of a person, particularly a newspaper notice, containing a biographical sketch.
  2. Lacking the necessities of life. Needy. Poor.
  3. One in whom all physical life as ceased.
  4. A Jewish place of worship.
  5. See Burial-Transit Permit.

5 True/False questions

  1. SholoshimOne who is in charge of the cemetery; the caretaker of a church.

          

  2. Committal ServiceA service conducted in memory of the deceased without the remains being present.

          

  3. InurnmentThe act of placing cremated remains in an urn.

          

  4. Narthex (Lobby, Vestibule, Foyer)The entry way into the funeral home or church.

          

  5. Funeral ServiceMechanical device employed to lower a casket, box or vault into the grave.