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Living Well, Dying Well Webinar

23 Sep

Living Well, Dying Well Webinar

Join us for our Living Well, Dying Well Webinar

A collaboration of community services across Sydney, #LivingWellDyingWell knows that a conversation about death and dying is the most important conversation… you’ve never had.

Find out how we are removing the stigma around death and dying and providing support to people with life limiting illnesses and their families by registering for our webinar

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Living Well, Dying Well is a collaboration between Calvary Health Care, Catholic Healthcare, St Vincent’s Health Australia, Catholic Cemeteries & Crematoria, CatholicCare Sydney, CatholicCare Broken Bay, and the University of Notre Dame.

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We can chat over the phone or meet you in person. We can help you create the complete funeral plan that suits you. We offer a full range of affordable burial and cremation choices including memorial packages.

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CARE, COMPASSION, CHOICE

When making funeral arrangements it's important to get it right. Starting with your last wishes and caring for the family, together we can help to keep it simple.


Catholic Cemeteries and Crematoria manages five cemeteries within the western Sydney area, providing world class funeral services, by burial or cremation. We are the independent experts helping families take care of the final stage of life.

As a not for profit Catholic organisation committed to caring for the community now and into the future, you can be sure your family's memorial will be looked after for generations to come. Our compassionate staff will do everything to make a difficult time a little easier, without the sales spiel.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and pay respect to all First Nations People
and our community Elders past, present and emerging.