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When people think of a funeral, they often picture a grand ceremony where the deceased’s casket is carefully lowered into a prepared gravesite with a headstone. Most American Protestants used to choose this as their preferred way of burying a loved one. In recent times, that attitude has slowly been changing due to a number of factors.
What happens when we die? That all depends on your personal faith (if you have one), as different religions hold different ideas about the afterlife. There are those who believe in the afterlife and a promise of Heaven
According to the Cremation Association of North America, cremation rates are expected to reach 60.7% in the United States and 77.6% in Canada by 2024. This is up from 54.6% in the United States in 2019 and 73.1% in Canada. This rate has been increasing steadily since 2004 where the average rate was just 31.2% in the United States and 52.4% in Canada. In fact, the rate has been increasing...