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Funeral Planning

Upon the death of a loved one, families are asked to contact the parish as soon as possible and certainly before any final arrangements are made with a mortuary for liturgical services. The clergy and staff of St. Joan of Arc want to provide you with the liturgy you and your loved one deserves.  Contacting the parish first helps to assure there are no scheduling conflicts and that the desired clergy are available. As a rule, the Funeral Mass for a Catholic is to be celebrated in his or her own parish church.

Once the times for the services are arranged with the mortuary and parish, the family, or representative(s) of the deceased may meet with a priest or funeral coordinator to plan the services. At this meeting, decisions will be made concerning the readings to be used during the Mass, opportunities for family members to participate in the service, and other important details.

Please click on the link below to review the Funeral Planning guide to aide your family in selecting the best scripture and music to personalize the service for your loved one.  Plan to bring a copy of the last page of the planning guide to your scheduled appointment with our funeral coordinator.  

 Funeral Planning Guide

 Funeral Guidelines

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Marian Shop

Volunteers assist in the sale of religious articles, books, greeting cards, and other items. The Marian Shop, located in the Church vestibule, is open after all weekend Masses during the year. Training is provided.

Coordinator: Colette Cooper

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Wedding Coordinators

Teams of Parish representatives assist the wedding party and clergy at the Liturgical Celebration as needed. These teams prepare the Church for the ceremony, direct the florist, photographer and other service providers and guests. Volunteers must be available for rehearsal and for several hours on the wedding day. Training is provided.

Coordinator: Parish Office
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Funeral Service Support

Adult parish representatives greet family and friends of the deceased, set up for Mass, assist the priest as cross bearer, Holy Water bearer, acolyte, bearer of incense, and assist in readings of the Liturgy and other services as needed. A representative is any mature person with a desire to offer prayer and time on behalf of our deceased parishioners and must be available during the day. Training is provided.

Coordinator: Ben Herrera

Planning of a Funeral Mass
Contact: Andi Weber, Liturgical Administrator
 303-420-1232 Ext. 104

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Rosary Makers

This group makes rosaries for missions, hospitals, nursing homes, the Divine Mercy Chaplet, Pilgrim Virgin Ambassadors and where needed in the Archdiocese. Meetings are the fourth Tuesday of the month from September through May in Orleans Hall.

Coordinator: Colette Cooper

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