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Canon 876

1. An ecclesiastical funeral can also be given to baptized non-Catholics according to the prudent judgment of the local hierarch; unless it is against their will and as long as the proper

minister is not available. 2. Children, whose parents intended

to baptized them, and others who in some way were considered to

be close to the Church, if before they received baptism died, can

also be given an ecclesiastical funeral, according to the prudent

judgment of the local hierarch. 3. Those who choose cremation

for their bodies, unless such a choice was made for reasons contrary to the conduct of Christian life, are to be granted an ecclesiastical funeral, provided that it does not obscure the preference of the Church for the burial of bodies and that scandal

is avoided.




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