Burial Options: Twin Cities, MN

 

http://www.catholic-cemeteries.org/childrens_memorial_resurrection.aspx

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We went through Resurrection Cemetery to help with our burial.  Resurrection Cemetery and all the HealthEast Hospitals have partnered up to have the option to have your infant buried there in a group burial plot.  They do this for miscarriages, stillbirths, and infants.  Quarterly they hold a service in their Mausoleum for all who want to attend and then finish the service at the intended grave site.  The site is marked by a plaque that has the date of the service on it.  Each little one is individually wrapped and placed in a small casket.  You can participate in any amount of this that you feel comfortable with and it doesn’t matter your faith background.  This is all done at no monetary cost to the families, however you can donate to the Children’s Memorial and Healing Garden to have your child’s name engraved on a granite wall.  HealthEast decided many years ago that no matter what, the loss of a child should be treated with the utmost respect and in the same way we we would expect others to be treated.  Even if a baby dies before full term it will still be buried.  Of course, you always have the option to do your own thing and what you feel is right.  However, you can be rest assured that your little one will be taken care of with the utmost attention and gentle nature.

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