Stephen Roger Seed Service Sheet 2008

In Loving Memory Of

Stephen Roger Seed

24 August 1961 – 24 March 2008

Requiem Mass Celebrated for

Stephen Roger Seed

Held at
St Thomas Moore Catholic Church
Wycliffe Street, Napier

on
Saturday 12 April 2008 at loam

OFFICIATING:   Monsignor Tim Hannigan
ORGANIST:    Kath deLautour
FUNERAL DIRECTOR:   Paul Dunstall

MORNING HAS BROKEN

Morning has broken
like the first morning;
blackbird has spoken
like the first bird.
Praise for the singing,
praise for the morning,
praise for them, springing
fresh from the word.

Sweet the rain’s new fall
sunlit from heaven,
like the first dewfall
on the first grass.
Praise for the sweetness
of the wet garden,
sprung from completeness
where his feet pass.

Mine is the sunlight;
mine is the morning
born of one light
Eden saw play.
Praise with elation
praise every morning,
God’s recreation
of the new day.

First Reading   St Paul to the Thessalonians 4: 13-18

2nd Reading   Reflection on Death Gospel    St John 14: 1-6

Homily

Prayers of the Faithful

Response: ‘LORD, HEAR OUR PRAYER’

Communion Hymn

BE NOT AFRAID

You shall cross the barren desert,
but you shall not die of thirst.
You shall wander far in safety
though you do not know the way.
YOU shall speak your words in foreign lands
and all will understand.
You shall see the face of God and live.

Be not afraid. I go before you always.
Come follow Me, and I will give you rest.

If you pass through raging waters in the sea,
you shall not drown.
If you walk amid the burning flames,
you shall not be harmed.
If you stand before the power of hell
and death is at your side,
know that I am with you through it all.

Chorus

Blessed are your poor, for the kingdom shall be theirs.
Blest are you that weep and mourn,
for one day you shall laugh.
And if wicked men insult and hate you
all because of Me,
blessed, blessed are you!

Family Tributes   Fran Bartlett, Mindy Hindermarsh [Hindmarsh], Chris Dale

Final Blessing and Commendation

Recessional Music

“The loss is immeasurable.
But also immeasurable is the Love left behind”

At the conclusion of this service the family invite you to join them for refreshments in the Parish Centre.

Followed by interment at the Western Hills Cemetery

After the Cemetery you are invited to go to the Puketapu Hotel or you can go back to Mums Home, 74 Menin Road Napier.

DUNSTALLS
funeral services
FDANZ

Original digital file

SS12042008Seed.pdf

Date published

12 April 2008

Format of the original

Leaflet

People

Accession number

429995

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