The Catholic Cemetery is proud to announce the opening of Divine Mercy Funeral Home, a sacred place to honor your loved ones.
Dear Friends in Christ,
I am very happy to recommend and support the Divine Mercy Funeral Home which, together with our Catholic Cemetery, is a Catholic ministry and institution here in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. It was during the Jubilee Year of Mercy that I approved the establishment of this Catholic funeral home in Fort Wayne and decided to give it the name “Divine Mercy.” Central to the Church’s funeral rites is the commendation of the dead to God’s merciful love and prayers for the forgiveness of their sins…
Pre-planning Seminar and Tour
Divine Mercy Funeral Home invites you to join us on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 5:30 p.m. to learn more about pre-arranging your funeral without pressure or expectations.
This is an opportunity to tour our beautiful facility. You’ll see our spacious visitation rooms, family gathering areas, our crematorium and funeral display area. Light refreshments will be served, so please RSVP by Monday, Nov. 12, as space is limited.
To RSVP call 260.426.2044 or email email@example.com
WHY CHOOSE DIVINE MERCY
Divine Mercy Funeral Home in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is owned and operated by the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese. As a nonprofit ministry of the Church, we perform one of the seven Corporal Works of Mercy: burying the dead and caring for the grieving. Just as Jesus’ body was carefully and reverently prepared for its final placement in the tomb, our Catholic funeral home and cemetery upholds this sacred act of mercy.
WHY CHOOSE A CATHOLIC FUNERAL
As Catholics, we are blessed with the promise of life everlasting. To be with our Lord in Heaven, we are baptized, follow His word, and keep Him in our hearts throughout our journey on earth. At death, we trust our bodies to a sacred Catholic funeral, to be prepared for the Resurrection. Because we know God created us in His own image and likeness, we honor our bodies with respect and dignity, in life and in death.
NEWS AND NOTICES
I recently overheard a woman say she had finally aired the “dark stuff” of her grief over losing her best friend to death after childbirth. It made wonder: Why do we associate grief with darkness? Is it because grief is a deep-seated sorrow? Is it because we are often rendered vulnerable, which makes us uncomfortable? In […]
The following is the text of Bishop Rhoades’ homily at Mass on July 4, 2015, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Fort Wayne: On July 4, 1776, in the midst of the American Revolution, the Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia courageously declared the thirteen colonies independent from Great Britain. Today, 239 years later, we […]
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