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5 Matching questions

  1. Taharah
  2. Coffin
  3. Stillborn
  4. Honorary Casket Bearers
  5. Ethics
  1. a A hexagonal or octagonal receptacle, in which human remains are placed for burial or cremation. Anthropoidal in shape.
  2. b An infant dead at birth.
  3. c The principles of morality including both the science of good and nature of right.
  4. d Friends of the family or members of an organization or group who act as an escort or honor guard for the deceased. They do not carry the casket.
  5. e In the Jewish faith, the ceremony of washing the deceased before the burial; serves as a ritual purification or cleansing of the body and should be performed by the Chevra Kaddisha

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. In the Jewish faith, a candelabrum with a central stem bearing seven candles; it is the oldest symbol in Judaism.
  2. Time at which the family and friends may view the deceased.
  3. In the Roman Catholic faith, a geographical grouping of Parishes under the jurisdiction of a Bishop.
  4. A commemorative inscription on a tomb or mortuary monument.
  5. Physical equipment used in the rendering of the service.

5 True/False questions

  1. Death NoticeA classified notice publicizing the death of a person and giving those details of the funeral service


  2. LecternAn area of ground set aside and dedicated for the final disposition of dead human bodies.


  3. EmbalmerIn the Jewish faith, a watcher; one who sits with the body until burial.


  4. Christian Burial CertificateSee Christian Burial Permit.


  5. Pre-arranged FuneralArrangements which have been completed for an individual prior to death.