What Is a Repast after a Funeral?

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A funeral repast is a gathering that follows immediately after a burial service. It sometimes involves a meal and takes place at the deceased church or another off-site location. It is a natural courtesy shown to friends and relations in order to make the very last farewell of the departed.
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