Funerals

WE REMEMBER, WE CELEBRATE, WE BELIEVE!

The One who goes back to the House of the Father does not need anything except our prayer!

The ultimate way of prayer in the Catholic Church is the Eucharist where we remember the very sacrifice of Jesus who died for our salvation!

During the celebration of the Mass we honor God and we thank Him for the gift of the one whose soul we commend to him!

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Starting at the hospital, home, or hospice, you can request to have your loved one be anointed by the Priest. Fr. Heriberto can go and provide the Sacrament of  Anointing of the Sick. 

The Anointing of the Sick brings spiritual healing through the absolution of sins, and the hoped-for effect is that, if it is God’s will, the person be physically healed of illness. That is why it is very important that the person receiving this sacrament is to be aware of it.  Family members should not wait until the last minute when their loved one is unconscious to request this sacrament. 

Fr. Beto
Fr. Heriberto Torres V. C.R. Holy Family Parish Pastor

CONTACT THE FUNERAL HOME

When ready for funeral preparations, the first thing to do is to contact the funeral home who will be handling the service and let them know that you want to have the Holy Mass of Resurrection at Holy Family Catholic Church. 

LITURGY PLANNER

EdgarEdgar Millan Holy Family Liturgy Planner

Trying to help our families cope during this sensitive time, we have developed a close relationship with all funeral homes in town. They all have our Liturgy Planner’s contact number for your convenience. Once the legal process is completed, either the funeral home or the person who has the LEGAL POWER OF ATTORNEY will setup an appointment for the family to meet with Edgar who will walk them through all the details for the celebration of the Holy Mass of Resurrection.

TIME

Keep in mind that funerals are not the only celebrations we have in the community. To provide a better and more efficient service, ALL funeral masses are celebrated from Tuesday to Friday at 11:00 a.m.

MUSIC

Starting at the hospital, home, or hospice, you can request to have your loved one be anointed by the Priest. Fr. Heriberto can go and provide the Sacrament of  Anointing of the Sick. 

The Anointing of the Sick brings spiritual healing through the absolution of sins, and the hoped-for effect is that, if it is God’s will, the person be physically healed of illness. That is why it is very important that the person receiving this sacrament is to be aware of it.  Family members should not wait until the last minute when their loved one is unconscious to request this sacrament. 

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Mary Rose Clearo “Gypsy” Holy Family Music Director

 

ROSARY AND EULOGY

A rosary and eulogy is not considered a liturgical part of the celebration of the Holy Mass of Resurrection, but we understand families have them as a tradition.  To preserve the centrality of the Mass, a good moment for a Eulogy could be after the Rosary or at a reception, but NEVER during the Mass.  Since Covid started the Parish Hall is not available for funeral receptions, but Father has allowed for families to have a rosary and eulogy at 10:00a.m. before the mass the same day of the celebration. 

CONTACT

Holy Family Parish Office:   719-564-2696 

Edgar Millan:   719-289-2787

Fr. Heriberto Torres Velazquez  C.R. :   720-219-6863

Mary Rose “Gypsy” Clearo:   719-242-5352

 

FUNERAL HOMES IN PUEBLO, CO.

ANGELUS CHAPEL MORTUARIES

1101 East Evans Avenue Pueblo, CO 81004  |  (719) 544-4368

ROMERO FAMILY FUNERAL HOME

110 Cleveland Street, Pueblo, CO 81004  |  (719) 583-1313

IMPERIAL FUNERAL HOME 

5450 West State Highway 78, Pueblo, CO 81005  |  719-564-0920

T.G. MCCARTHY FUNERAL HOME

329 Goodnight Avenue, Pueblo, CO 81004  |  719-543-5611

ROSELAWN FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY

1706 Roselawn Road, Pueblo, CO 81006  |  (719) 542-2934

MONTGOMERY & STEWARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS, INC. 

1317 North Main Street, Pueblo, CO 81003 | (719) 542–1552