In the Order of Christian Funerals, the church asks that the entire community, priests and laity, be involved in ministering to the family of the deceased. Following the ancient traditions of mankind and the Catholic community, the church asks us to celebrate the funeral of those gone forth from us in a liturgy with their bodily remains present. This is to show proper and appropriate respect for the vessel indwelt by the Holy Spirit and used throughout their journey of faith here on earth. This is, after all, the body that will be raised up in glory at the Second Coming of our Lord at the end of time. This funeral Liturgy usually takes place in the church at the celebration of the Eucharist. If significant reasons to depart from these guidelines exist, reasonable accommodations may be made. Any modified arrangements should be discussed with a priest.