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Directing QIII


an organized, time-limited, purposeful, adaptable, group-centered response to death involving certain rites and ceremonies conducted with the body present in some form funeral
name the 5 basic parts of a funeral 1) social support, 2) religious rite, 3) sanitary disposal/final disposition of the body, 4) visual confrontation of death, 5) funeral procession
this part of the funeral provides a place where the family can meet their friends and share in their grief (family, friends, wider community) social support
this part of the funeral is officiated by a minister or official of the faith, permits the family to personally and publicly avow their faith (or for the non-religious, a humanistic rite) religious rite
this part of the funeral may include interment, entombment, cremation, burial at sea, or donation to science final disposition
this part of the funeral allows the public to view the body in the casket, showing no doubt that a death has occurred visual confrontation of death
this part of the funeral is an organized way of getting people to the cemetery for the committal and allows for the funeral cycle completion funeral procession
a funeral alternative where there is no viewing, visitation, or church service. people gather directly at the cemetery graveside service
a funeral alternative without the body viewed or present, most times disposition is prior to the service memorial service
a funeral alternative where the body is taken from the place of death to the funeral home only as long as it takes for paperwork completion, then directly to the place of disposition direct disposition
a funeral alternative usually with no visitation or viewing-tissue donation body donation
a person engaged solely in providing for the direct disposition of the dead without preparation of the body, accompanying rites, or ceremonies direct disposer
a group of persons joined together to provide information and advice on immediate post-death activities with or without the body present memorial society
anything done in memory of a deceased individual (monument, grave marker, gift to an institution, etc) memorialization
one person licensed to practice funeral service is responsible for a single family from removal, embalming, arrangements, funeral to aftercare whole man/total funeral concept
more than one person will be involved in all facets of the funeral, specialization or departmentalization of the funeral service tasks among the FH employees owner/manager/technician concept
when answering the funeral home telephone, you should pick up by at least the ___ ring third
how many people should go on a removal? 2
how many sets of PPE should you keep in the removal vehicle? 2
on a house removal, one employee works as a ____ _____ while the other acts as the driver family liaison
it is good funeral service practice to meet your client-families at the door before an arrangement true
how much time should you give the family alone for their private family viewing before the public viewing? at least one half-hour
t/f: during a public visitation the FD should be in the chapel babysitting at all times false
the two schools of thought for the final farewell (when do you close the casket for the final time?) 1) before the religious service, 2) after the religious service
t/f: psychologists say that the committal is the ultimate reality of the acceptance of the death true
some examples of post-need (after-care) for your families assisting in filing claims/end of life paperwork, ordering a headstone, delivery of personal items, referrals to grief counselours or groups
the clergy fee for a funeral honorarium
a liturgical protestant celebrates the eucharist at their services, t/f? true
a non-liturgical protestant does not celebrate the eucharist at their services, t/f? true
liturgy means public prayer
this means doing things properly and liturgically, without compromise orthodox
in Eastern Orthodox churches, the eucharist is referred to as the divine liturgy
a 3-doored wall that separates the worshippers from the altar in Eastern Orthodox services iconostasis
E. Orthodox: pictures of Christ and the saints icons
three short services or blessings conducted at the funeral home the evening before the funeral service, on the day of the funeral service before leaving the funeral home, and following the funeral service trisagion
E.Orth: a person who accompanies the priest in chanting hymns pertaining to the liturgical service cantor
the open area before the altar in an orthodox church solea
a wax candle lit in the narthex of the orthodox church signifying prayers and petitions being offered up to god taper
an altar attendant acolyte
an elevated place or structure on which sacrifices are offered or at which religious rites are performed altar
the place about the altar of the church, usually enclosing the clergy and other officials in the protestant church chancel
one who carries the processional cross in ecclesiastical processions crucifer
the prescribed order or form of worship used by some churches with the eucharist or holy communion as the central element liturgical (eucharist)-centered worship
the entryway into the church proper narthex
the main body of the church where the seating is provided nave
a form or order of worship having the scriptures as the central element with the actual order of worship determined by the local congregation and clergy non-liturgical (scripture)-centered worship
any western christian who is not an adherent to the roman catholic church protestant
stated directions regarding church practices and procedures as approved by the church rubrics
liturgically, the part of the church containing the altar (or if several altars, the high altar)-commonly the term is used to refer to a holy or sacred place devoted to the worship of any deity sanctuary
the wings of the main part of the church which may serve as small chapels for baptisms, weddings, and even small funeral services transepts
ritual garments of the clergy vestments
the officiant who celebrates the mass in the roman catholic church celebrant
a building or designated area of a building in which services are conducted, may contain an altar chapel
a letter or form from a priest stating the eligibility of the deceased for funeral rites according to the laws of the church (2 terms) christian burial permit, priestly lines
ground set aside for a special purpose, blessed by the clergy consecrated ground
a religious emblem consisting of two plain bars which intersect at right angles to each other cross
a cross with a figure or image representing the body of christ on it crucifix
in the roman catholic faith, a member of the clerical order (clergy) just below a priest deacon
a geographical grouping of parishes under the jurisdiction of a bishop diocese
body and blood of christ (consecrated elements of holy communion) eucharist
the ending portion of the funeral mass final commendation
the name of the funeral service in the roman catholic church funeral mass/liturgy
the act of bending the knee as an indication of reverence or as an act of humility genuflect
consecrated water holy water
preaching the word of god by the clergy homily
the consecrated bread of the eucharist host
in the roman catholic faith, a sacrament given to those seriously ill or in danger of death to prepare their souls for eternity sacrament of the sick
the individual who reads out the scriptures (roman catholic) lector
the liturgical celebration of the eucharist in the roman catholic church mass
in the roman catholic faith, a candle placed near the casket during the funeral mass that signifies the everlasting light of christ paschal candle
a symbolic cloth covering placed over the casket in the vestibule of the church signifying that all are equal in the eyes of god pall
a dish or plate for the host during communion paten
one ordained to carry out the works of the church, subordinate to the bishop, addressed as father priest
beads and a crucifix used as an aid in the recitation of prayers rosary
the part of the chancel containing the altar in a roman catholic church sanctuary
a sign made with the right hand touching the forehead, breast, left and right shoulder successively sign of the cross
roman catholic: a set of two candles one placed at the head of the casket and one placed at the foot of the casket during the visitation period in the home or the funeral home vigil lights
roman catholic: a watch kept over the deceased, an all night vigil wake
hebrew meaning container, a coffin or casket made entirely of wood and containing no metal parts aron
hebrew burial society, holy brotherhood of men or women from a synagogue who care for the dead chevrah kadisha
a prayer recited for the jewish deceased by the direct mourners for the first time at the conclusion of the interment service, recited by children for their parents at every service for eleven months kaddish
hebrew meaning rending or tearing, a symbol of grief-a tear in the upper corner of the garment or on a symbolic ribbon kriah
a candelabrum with a central stem bearing seven candles, the oldest symbol in judaism menorah
a teacher or ordained leader in the jewish faith rabbi
the jewish sabbath which begins sundown friday and ends at sundown on saturday shabbat
seven days of mourning following burial shivah
the thirty day mourning period in the jewish faith sholoshim
the watcher/sitter who remains with the body until burial shomer
a hand-sewn white linen shroud in which the deceased members of the jewish faith are dressed tachrichim
the ceremony performed by the chevrah kadisha of washing the deceased before the burial, serves as a ritual purification of the body taharah
a prayer shawl worn by orthodox jewish men during the morning prayer service tallith
the anniversary of a death in jewish faith yahrzeit
a candle burned for 24 hours on the anniversary of a death in the jewish faith yahrzeit candle
the skull cap worn by mean at temple services and funeral services (2 terms) yarmulke, kippah
submission the the will of god islam
followers of god, he or she who is submissive muslim
arabic word for god allah
islamic prophet for god Mohammed
muslim equivalent to a rabbi, interprets koran law and leads prayers imam
the muslim funeral service with common prayer jinazah
the holy scripture for the muslim faith qu'ran
muslim place of worship mosque
which religion forbids autopsies? eastern orthodox
which religions will allow autopsies if ordered by the ME? jewish, muslim
which religions do not allow cremation? jewish, muslim, eastern orthodox
Created by: amyziolkowski