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I wanted to let you know -we received  Makayla and Marissa's twin urn this afternoon.  It's beautiful and exactly what I was hoping for. Thank you for taking the time to answer all of our questions and for always returning our emails so promptly .  Also, last but not least, thank you for your heartfelt prayers.  They are are much appreciated.  Your kind note brought tears to my eyes.  Thank you,    Jen


 We received the infant urn and it is beautiful. The cremation home was just floored about how beautiful the wood urn box and statue were.  I gave her your website and they can’t wait to look. 



I have my baby urn!! It's is so beautiful I wanna thank you oh so much again!!!  Diana


Thank you so very much for the beautiful baby urn you made for our son....it is everything we expected and more.  It is very comforting to us to know what a beautiful resting place he has because of you.  God bless you for what you do.
Bernadette


I received Ava's urn this morning, it is beautiful. Thank you for making this an easy transaction and for being so thoughtful regarding the name plate. Its comforting to know there are others that understand what I am feeling, although I wish no one had to endure such heartache
Kate

I purchased a twin angels urn now from you last month. Let me just say, it is perfect!!  You have so many helpful links on your website and so many great keepsakes and what not. The service you offer has allowed me to give testament to someone else and to share the great service you provide. Thank you for what you do!!    Naomi

Thank you again so much. Having someone like you that understands what exactly I'm going through makes this easier to bear...you have no idea how helpful and supportive you've been for me today. thank you!  Stacy

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USCCB  Jan 2012 2012, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
 The cremated remains of a body should be treated with the same respect given to the human body from which they come. This includes the use of a worthy vessel to contain the ashes, the manner in which they are carried, and the care and attention to appropriate placement and transport, and the final disposition. The cremated remains should be buried in a grave or entombed in a mausoleum or columbarium. The practice of scattering cremated remains on the sea, from the air, or on the ground, or keeping cremated remains on the home of a relative or friend of the deceased are not the reverent disposition that the Church requires. (no. 417)

As cremation is chosen more frequently, there will be many who are unaware of the Church’s teaching regarding this practice. It is important for bishops and pastors not only to catechize the faithful, but to collaborate with funeral directors in providing helpful and accurate information to families planning the funeral of loved ones. Offering opportunities to family members for the respectful burial of their loved ones, who were not interred after funeral services and cremation, would give effective witness to the importance of Christian burial and our belief in the resurrection. In all, pastors are encouraged to show pastoral sensitivity, especially to those for whom cremation is the only feasible choice (see Appendix, no. 415).