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The Catholic Church Guidelines on What to Do with Cremated Remains

Burial is best, says the Church

The Catholic Church has always had an uneasy relationship with the concept of cremation. In fact, the church forbade cremation to Catholics until May 1963. Even then, the church added a caveat that the cremation cannot violate basic Catholic beliefs. … Continue reading

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Bios Incube Turns Your Loved One Into A Tree To Keep Close

New technology turns cremains into life after life

It is said that Mother Nature is the greatest artist. The folks at Bios Incube are using their creativity to help her show her best side. The Bios Incube system nurtures the growth of a tree from human or animal … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Memorial at Sea

Scatter the ashes of a loved one - or simply hold a beautiful memorial - beside the sea

Our Tip of The Week: Celebrate the life of a loved one by scattering their ashes out to sea, or simply holding a gathering in honor of their memory by a body of water. The atmosphere offers a calm, serene mood … Continue reading

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A Community of Cremation Vessels: Cloud of Stars by Zhufei Zhufei

Chinese architecture blends technology with tradition in this columbarium

Today, social media technologies pervade our culture, setting the tone for the way we choose to experience life. So why not tailor technology to accommodate the ways we choose to experience death? Design for Death finalist Zhufei Zhufei is one … Continue reading

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