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A Multi-Cultural Selection of Prayers for the Dying
 SpiritualityYou would know the secret of death.

But how shall you find it unless you seek it in the heart of life?


Anglican and Catholic Prayers for the Dying
 AnglicanSelection of Prayers

A Prayer for Preparing for Dying
 Death and DyingHere is The Natural Death Centre's ecumenicised adaptation of extracts from The Tibetan Book of Dead

A Prayer for the Dying
 Death and DyingPagan/wiccan prayer for the dying

Catholic Prayers
 CatholicSelection of Catholic Prayers for the Dying

Catholic Prayers and Devotions
 CatholicComprehensive Listing of Catholic Prayers

Clear Light Prayer
 Death and DyingHow to do a reading for the benefit of someone who is dying.

Jewish and Hebrew Prayers for the Dead and Dying
 JudaicJews have always relied on Tehillim (Psalms) in times of trouble. For example, when a relative is sick, people often recite psalms for their welfare. Psalms can be found in any bible. Some psalms that are particularly appropriate at this time include Psalm 20, 23, 79, 91 and 123.

Prayers and Meditations for the Dying
 Tibetan BuddhismA discussion of what one can do to help another at the time of death.

Preparation for Death
 CatholicCatholic practices for the time of Death

Role of Ritual at the End of Life
 Spiritual CareA very good description of different rituals, prayers and
practices for different religions and traditions at physical death.

Thank you.
 Gratitude & FaithWake me when I fall.

Tibetan Buddhist Prayers and Practices
 Tibetan BuddhismOne should not let a person die alone. Indeed, in several societies, there are people whose role is to provide this special service. They are not there in the capacity of ritual mourners, but to act as a companion or guide -- a kind of spiritual midwife.

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