Last week, Tobasco de Gama had an issue with religious funerals.
This week, Summer Squirrel gives us one more reason to dislike them:
The weirdest, most glaring problem I noticed was the minister didn’t know the deceased. At all! Also, they didn’t take the time to ask personal questions like how did friends and family refer to the decease when she was alive. My aunt was known by her middle name and yet this minister kept calling her by her first name, which I didn’t know until Sunday. He also read from notes that I think he obtained from her obituary and he got those wrong or perhaps just misread them. What’s sad about this scenario is that he was at the wake before the funeral and could’ve asked more questions about my aunt. I suppose he was busy feeding his face.
That’s not the only issue, but it’s the most glaring.
How disrespectful of a pastor to treat the deceased that way.