How do we make sense of tragedy?
Find out proper burials for interfaith couples. By Arthur Magida
Hindu death rituals
Rabbi David Wolpe answers
Making choices for a dying loved one of another faith
Other faiths are incorporating Mexico's Dia de los Muertos to celebrate memories of loved ones.
By Peter Morales
The Jewish ritual of preparing the body for burial is a tradition of sacred fellowship.
By Michelle Friedman
Suggestions for honoring our dead as part of Samhain, the Witches' New Year.
In modern-day Jewish burials, the beauty of tahara has the reverence it once had long ago.
By Rabbi Elchonon Zohn
By Lisa Schamess
How should mixed-religion families commemorate the death of a loved one?
By David Wolfe
De-mystifying a growing alternative to burial
By Rob Baker
Mormons' loving care of their families' graves can do more harm than good.
By Terence L. Day
A review of Buddhist teacher Larry Rosenberg's new book explores the liberation to be found in confronting death.
By Amy P. Gross
Irish Catholic leaders call for stricter enforcement of the Church's ban on eulogies at funeral mass.
Preparations for a Greek Orthodox memorial service prompt thoughts of death, birth, and rebirth.
By Mary Sawyer
The Catholic sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.
By Mary Gordon
In our death-averse society, we can miss the significance of human loss-- and of the Christian promise of resurrection.
By Lilian Callas Barger
The memorial service as an affirmation of faith.
By Reverend Campbell Gillon
In this Sufi tale, true love saves a soul.
By Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani