"There Are No Strangers Here"

Funeral Information

The Church through its funeral rites commends the dead to God’s merciful love and pleads for the forgiveness of their sins.  At the funeral rites, especially at the celebration of the Eucharistic sacrifice, the Christian community affirms and expresses the union of the Church on earth with the Church in heaven in the one great communion of saints.  Though separated from the living, the dead are still at one with the community of believers on earth and benefit from their prayers and intercession.  At the rite of final commendation and farewell, the community acknowledges the reality of separation and commends the deceased to God.  In this way it recognizes the spiritual bond that still exists between the living and the dead and proclaims its belief that all the faithful will be raised up and reunited in the new heavens and a new earth, where death will be no more.    ~Order of Christian Funerals, 6


To schedule a funeral at Holy Name, please call the church office at:


  • Monday at 2pm
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday funeral times available are 10am, 12pm, and 2pm
  • Thursday Funerals are suggested for after 12pm due to our Food Pantry (mornings may be accommodated upon request)
  • No Sunday Funerals
  • If an outside priest is used for a memorial service or Funeral, the person requesting the Mass or service is responsible for a $100 additional fee to compensate the outside priest.  Please make check payable to: Holy Name of Jesus Church

Church Fee: $250 (includes use of church and celebrant)

Chapel Fee: $150 (Only for 25 people and under)


To schedule music for a funeral, please call or email:

Mercedes Nodarse-Rudin, Music Director

[email protected]


Vocalist Fee: $175

Pianist/Organist Fee: $175

Music fees are paid directly to the musicians. Thank you.


Pastor: Father  Antony Pulikal, OCD

Parochial Vicar: Rev. George Kodiyanthara, OCD

Parochial Vicar: Rev. Edwin  Edezath, OCD