A short book about different practices for acknowledging death in the different cultures and religions currently in New Zealand. While it is designed for use by nurses and doctors, chaplains, funeral directors, police, hospice workers and community workers, the book is also intended for general readers.Ministers help families to cope with the pressures, and outline the choices available to them. Burying the dead On Niue, ... A funeral service is usually held in the church, followed by a graveside committal service. Then the coffin a wrapped inanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Bridget Williams Books - 2005|