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The cremation service cost his family around 100,000 pesos at Gayosso Funeral Homes. However, the expenses do not stop here, now it is necessary to find a niche where to place the ashes and this will have an extra cost since the Vatican announced that the ashes of deceased relatives cannot remain at home or be scattered, since the Vatican announced that the ashes of deceased relatives cannot remain at home or be scattered.

“In the Basilica of Guadalupe the niche to place four to five urns cost between 80,000 and 100,000 pesos. My sister’s son made an inquiry at a church in the Roma neighborhood and the space cost 14,000 pesos, they gave payment facilities, but until you finished paying for the niche, you could deposit the ashes of the family member”, he explained.

This Tuesday the Vatican prohibited its parishioners to scatter the ashes of their deceased or to keep them at home. According to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, ashes should be deposited in cemeteries or sacred places such as churches.

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Hollywood Forever offers a variety of options for placement or interment of cremated remains, including indoor and outdoor niches, garden plots, living tree memorials and remains scattering gardens. To learn more, please contact us. We invite you to visit us at the cemetery to take a personal tour of our beautiful grounds and historic buildings.

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Named in honor of the legendary star who rests here, the Judy Garland Pavilion offers individually lighted glass-fronted niches, marble-fronted niches, as well as crypt spaces.

Cremation urns can also be placed in many of the cemetery’s landscaped areas. The site can be marked with a living memorial tree, traditional monument, marker or bronze plaque.

Each niche is part of a mosaic built by Italian artisans, with thousands of brightly tinted tiles. A Star of David marks the marble front niches to the south of the mosaic.

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The institution is not against cremation as such -which was approved by Pope Paul VI-, but it does consider the deposit or scattering of remains outside a cemetery as a pagan rite that trivializes death.

It is one of the classic options and one of the most chosen. Not only because it allows us to bury our loved one in a place that we can later visit, but also because we create life from his or her remains.

More and more people use this modality, which in turn supplements another very common behavior after the loss: that of carrying an object of the deceased always with us to remember him and pay tribute to him. To feel the deceased close to us.

Dedicating a space in our home to the loved one, placing a sculpture that not only represents him or her, but also contains part of him or her, is another way of paying tribute to those who have left us.

The originality of the resulting piece will depend on the artist and ourselves, as it is a technique that allows countless options. Although funeral companies that sell this type of figures usually offer predefined options.

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Although you have the option of keeping an urn at home, we have found that many families want a permanent place to remember their loved ones. A permanent memorial can be valuable for generations to come.

Not all of these options are available everywhere, so it is important to speak with a Dignity Memorial® professional about what you would like for your or your loved one’s final resting place, and what is available to you. We can guide you step-by-step in planning a funeral or burial.

There are three kinds of cremation niches: bronze front, granite front and glass front. All three options can be personalized as a memorial to life, but only a glass-front niche allows for the display of personal treasures.

Bronze-fronted niches are sealed with a bronze front that can be engraved with details about a person, similar to a tombstone. In addition to names and dates, consider a personal motto, scripture or even song lyrics that fit your loved one’s personality and reflect the life they lived.

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