What Do Christians Do in Death Ritual?

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Christian death rituals will vary with sect and with personal taste. As a rule, they will have a viewing of the body. This is followed by a commemorative service in which someone will speak of the good done in the persons life. After that, the body is buried or cremated according to the family or person's wishes.
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