Catholic Cremation Plans

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Funeral Mass with Cremation to Follow - $7,195

This complete funeral plan includes:

  • Homestead Cherry cremation casket
  • Professional services of funeral director and staff
  • Transfer from place of death to our facility
  • Filing necessary permits and documents
  • Embalming and preparation for viewing
  • Visitation the day prior to the funeral Mass
  • Funeral Mass conducted at your parish
  • Funeral coach
  • Service vehicle
  • Catholic register book, prayer cards and acknowledgement cards
  • Seasonal floral spray
  • Online Obituary and Life Tribute
  • All transportation within 40 miles
  • Crematory fee
  • One certified death certificate
  • Indiana state sales tax

General Price List

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Cremation with Memorial Mass - $2,595

Cremation with a memorial Mass including same day visitation and Holy Rosary in your parish, transportation from place of death, professional services of funeral director and staff, filing necessary permits and documents, cremation container, crematory fee, guest register book, prayer cards, acknowledgement cards, seasonal floral spray, one certified death certificate and Indiana state sales tax.

Simple Cremation - $1,695

Our charges for cremation without ceremony includes transportation from place of death, professional services of funeral director and staff, cremation container, crematory fee and filing necessary permits and documents and Indiana state sales tax.


An Abbey urn is included with all of the above plans.  These urns are finely handcrafted in your choice of cherry, walnut, oak or poplar.  Available in single or companion sizes they include removable keepsake crosses ready to hang.

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The Catholic Church teaches that 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. Cremated remains should be buried in the ground or entombed in a mausoleum or columbarium. The practice of scattering cremated remains in the sea, from the air, or on the ground, or keeping cremated remains at the home of a relative or friend are not the reverent disposition that the Church requires.

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