Do you offer services to non-Catholics?
Yes, CFCS Colorado offers services to everybody. We are here to offer you guidance and support during your time of need
Can you help me secure benefits?
Yes. Our staff is trained to complete all necessary paperwork to begin the benefits process.
How much does a funeral cost?
Funeral costs vary depending on the mortuary and type of services selected. There are two types of costs associated with a funeral: (1) services by the mortuary and (2) merchandise such as a casket or urn.
Funeral costs may be paid by cash, checks, VISA, MasterCard and Discover. In some cases, assignment of verified insurance benefits can also be used.
Is everything included in the price?
All charges involving the mortuary’s services and merchandise are all from our professional staff. We will provide a general price list with all charges
Can I make my funeral/burial arrangements before I die?
Today, advance planning and prepayment of funerals/burials are becoming common. Advance planning will provide you with more time to review your options and give you a choice in you own funeral services. It will provide you with the peace of mind that everything is taken care of, relieving your family of the emotional and financial burden that comes with making arrangements when a loved one passes away. At CFCS Colorado, we have experienced PreNeed Counselors available to assist you with your prearrangements.
Why should I preplan?
By making arrangements in advance, families can avoid confusion at the time of bereavement and assure themselves of cremation arrangements they desire, and at a price they wish to pay. Learn more about pre-planning or contact a CFCS Colorado Planner today.
What is embalming and is it necessary?
Embalming is the temporary preservation of a deceased’s remains. It is not required by law but is a common practice when a viewing is planned. Embalming is required for entombment in a Mausoleum Crypt.
What is the Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary’s Online Obituary Program?
Unique and personalized obituaries created to provide families of the deceased a timeless resource offering remembrance of a loved one’s life at no cost when mortuary services are provided by the Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary.
When a bishop or priest consecrates or blessing something, he sets it aside from common or profane use to give it over to sacred use. In the cases of persons and things that are blessed or consecrated, they pass into a new state, and become instruments of Divine protection. This protection extends to those who have died; who have “gone before us marked with the sign of faith.”
In 2016, physician-assisted suicide was legalized in Colorado when voters approved Proposition 106, “Access to Medical Aid in Dying.” Colorado statues have been changed to include the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act, which allows Colorado doctors to write a suicide prescription for a consenting person who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness with six months or less to live.