Cremation is gaining more and more followers every year.
The process of incineration of corpses has a long tradition in the history of mankind. The Roman Catholic Church accepted incineration as a funeral rite in 1983.
"The Church earnestly recommends that the pious custom of burial be retained; but it does not forbid cremation, unless this is chosen for reasons which are contrary to Christian teaching."
The Code of Canon Law, 1985, #1176.3
After incineration, the ashes of the deceased are placed in the urn.
We constantly cooperate with the crematory in Warsaw at the Northern Municipal Cemetery (Wólka Węglowa), in Antoninów at the Southern Municipal Cemetery and the private Crematory in Wyszków. We can also organize cremation at any crematory throughout the country at the request of the family.
After receiving a death certificate from the deceased's family and completing the cremation permit we can make a reservation of the cremation date.
Note: incineration cannot be performed on a deceased person with an implanted pacemaker (it must be removed before cremation).