‘Divine’ funeral home finds more faith in divinity

A man’s body found in a remote part of California was the result of a divine visitation, a funeral home in California has said. 

The man’s father discovered the body while clearing a path in his backyard in the town of Tilden. 

“This is just a very sad and unexpected death, but it does not surprise me,” said Dr. John A. O’Sullivan, director of the Divine Memorial Service Center, a group that works to bring about divine visitation in California. 

Divinity visitation is a concept where a family receives the remains of a deceased person, then places a candle at the place of death to attract the spirits of the deceased. 

In recent years, many churches have tried to get their churches to offer such services. 

But the practice is a risky business. 

There are only a few accredited, certified and trained coronavirus coronaviolence experts in the country. 

Most coronavillosis deaths in the United States are caused by virus infections. 

Tilden’s local hospital has had to close three other churches because they are not accredited. 

It is not clear what caused the man’s death.

The coroner’s office said the body was from a natural death and not from an intentional act. 

 “We are thankful for the outpouring of love and support from the community and the community is thankful for that,” O’Connor said. 

 He said the man had been a member of the church since the late 1960s. 

He also said the funeral home would work with the local funeral director to identify the family who buried the body and get the body to the funeral homes for the service. 

O’Sullivan said the family’s prayers were with the man. 

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