Open House will highlight zero percent funding for 48 months
JERSEY CITY, NJ, November 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Catholic Cemeteries in the Archdiocese of newark hosted several successful open house events throughout Essex, union, Bergenand middlesex counties this fall.
They will conclude the season with a final open day at the Holy Name Cemetery and Mausoleum in City of Jersey, Hudson Countyto help Catholics gain knowledge and confidence in these uncertain economic times before hard times come for families.
“A time of loss is a time of confusion, and final arrangements must not add to the uncertainty,” says Andrew P. SchaeferDirector General of the Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of newark. “Worries about last-minute funeral arrangements should not be part of a family’s grieving process, especially when they are experiencing deep sadness. We reach out to families regularly to inform them of the valuable benefits of advance planning. “
The last open house weekend of 2022 will take place Saturday November 12and sunday november 13of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Holy Name Cemetery and Mausoleum, located at 823 West Side Avenue, City of Jerseyin Hudson Countyonly 5 km from New York City.
During the open house, visitors will learn about the long-term benefits of planning ahead, including protecting their loved one’s legacy and accessing financing options such as 0% interest for 48 month.
Holy Name is currently the only Catholic cemetery in City of Jersey with space available. It offers a park-like setting, exquisite artwork, modern technology and a faith-inspired atmosphere with awe-inspiring views of the City of Jersey horizon and close to public transport.
To learn more, watch the new videos at www.HolyNameCemetery.org or stop by the cemetery. Memorial Planning Advisors will meet with visitors to share information about burial and cremation options, memorialization and financial planning. There is no obligation or appointment required.
About Catholic Cemeteries in the Archdiocese of Newark
The Ministry of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of newark exists to meet the needs of individuals and families before, at the time of death and burial, and throughout bereavement. They also hold monthly Remembrance Masses celebrated in Catholic cemeteries across the Archdiocese throughout the year, usually during the first week of each month and on special days, including Memorial Day. Contact a caring and professional commemorative planning consultant at [email protected] or learn more at www.CatholicJourney.org.
SOURCE Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of newark