A three-part argument against an increasing trend, even among Jews, towards cremation instead of burial.
Adults help children most when they express their own sorrow and respond to questions in a truthful, yet age-appropriate way.
Multi-faith families, neonatal loss, autopsies and suicide
A contemporary rabbi offers a prayer to be recited throughout the year by parents who have suffered neonatal loss.
New Jewish guidelines for coping with the loss of a child.
Contrary to popular belief, Jewish law does not have an absolute prohibition on this post-death procedure.
An overview of autopsy, organ donation, and cremation in Jewish tradition and practice.
Death and burial issues for interfaith families and Jews by choice.