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Now, we have first class facilities for cremation and an upcoming Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod in order to celebrate life and passing with style and dignity.

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The subject of preparing for death used to be a taboo in the Filipino culture. But through the years, people’s eyes have been opened about the practicality of preparing for this eventuality. Now, we have first class facilities for cremation and an upcoming Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod in order to celebrate life and passing with style and dignity.

What is Cremation?

Cremation is a kind of “processing” for a person who has just passed away. The human remains are burned inside a furnace, which is also known as a cremator, in a place called the crematorium. The “ashes” or “cremains” are gathered afterwards to be placed in an urn, which would be the final resting place of the remains. But these are not literal ashes but the remains of the bones that are ground to become powder.

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Some people prefer to be cremated upon death so that visitors will only remember their healthy years.

The cremation may serve as a funeral or post-funeral rite and has been a go-to alternative to burial or interment of a dead body. It had long been practiced in Asia but it was only popularized to the rest of the world in the 19th century.

Cremation vs. Traditional Funeral Services

Choosing cremation over traditional funeral services is gaining popularity among Filipinos in recent years. There is no right and wrong over the matter — it’s just a matter of preference. There are still who prefer holding a wake, having the body of the departed loved one in an open casket so that family and friends can have a last look before eternal rest. For some, it’s for religious reasons. For others, it’s respecting the wishes of the dead.

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A wake and funeral service for the cremated remains.

However, so many developments in our society — like migration, budget, or societal norms — have gradually shifted people’s perspective about death and burials. And this is where cremation comes in.

Advantages of Cremation

Why is cremation becoming a popular choice?

Cremation is eco-friendly.

Since the body will no longer have to be viewed, the family may opt to skip the embalming process. That way, no harmful chemicals need to be applied on the body that will eventually go to the earth.

Additionally, you have the option to rent a casket. We don’t need to cut down more trees to make coffins. Or no more foreign elements are going to be buried into the earth.

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Here is an infographic why cremation is more eco-friendly than traditional funeral services.

With the earth’s resources dwindling by the minute, we need to be more cautious with whatever we use.

Space saving.

The remains from cremation is an average of 2.4 kg, which could fit a regular sized urn. The family may opt to bury it, build a memorial site, place it in a columbarium, or to simply scatter the ashes in the ocean or the forest.

Convenient for the family.

The surviving family of the decease may already be living in other places. They have the choice to bring the urn with them, enshrine it in their ancestral home, or leave it in columbarium.

Flexibility in funeral arrangements.

The cremation may be done before the funeral or after. It really depends upon the family.

Forward thinking.

There are children who want their parents’ ashes with them. But when the children have departed as well, the grandchildren may not want to maintain the altar for the dead at home. They can have the options at the least possible cost for what they want to do with the urns of their ancestors.

Stylish and affordable.

You can choose from an assortment of urn designs that will befit the memory of your loved one. It could be their favorite color or material. Or you may want it to match the area where you will enshrine them. The choice is up to you.

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There is an assortment of urns to choose from. They vary in design as well as materials used. People can also buy urns only at the TDC Funeral Services office.

Plus, urns are much more affordable than coffins, the niches, and the park lot where they can fit.

The Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod: Celebrating Life in Style

After cremation, what happens?

Families have many options before them. And in Bacolod City, we now have better and more convenient choices for funeral services.

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The aerial view of the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Bacolod by Teresa Development Corporation. It is located at Brgy. Bata, Bacolod City and is set to open on the last quarter of 2020.

Teresa Development Corporation, a real estate leader in Negros Occidental, is developing the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod located at Brgy. Bata, Bacolod City. It’s the most modern, elegant, and surprisingly affordable columbarium complex in the country today.

TDC, under the visionary leadership of CEO Ramon Lacson, has been a forerunner in business innovations. He is giving people the opportunity to celebrate the lives of their departed loved ones in style and to preserve their memory in the most graceful, respectable, dignified, and honorable way. His vision led to the making of a masterpiece — the first of its kind columbarium complex in the Visayas and Mindanao.

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The Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod is a masterpiece by Bacolod Architect Geoffrey Montelibano.

Designed by Architect Geoffrey Montelibano, one would never associate the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod to the morbidity of death. “I want people to see the glory of God in this architecture. For His glory alone,” the architect said.

Standing tall and proud like a celestial entity, the complex exudes peace and harmony among the elements and nature. It’s magnificently beautiful — a stunning patch of heaven’s garden on earth.

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Mr. Lacson is very proud of the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod. He introduces Architect Geoffrey Montelibano and Engineer Roland Santa Ana.

“We have positive feedback about cremation. It’s less painful for the family because they only see a happy and healthy photo of their loved one during the funeral.”

Ramon Lacson, CEO, Teresa Development Corporation, Bacolod City

How Will the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod Look Like?

The proposed Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod by Teresa Development Corporation is nothing short of exceptional — otherworldly even.

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The Holy Trinity is the inspiration behind the celestial design of the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod.

It sits on an expansive 5000-square meter area with lots of free spaces to breathe. It’s quite liberating to be there, literally and figuratively. Looking up, people will see a monument of peace standing bright and proud embodied in a three-story building with its peaks melding with the blue skies.

The three high domes of the Columbarium Complex represents the Holy Trinity — God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Made of solid polycarbonate, the roof is designed to reflect sunlight and illuminate interiors for a more eco-friendly and sustainable lighting design.

Meanwhile, there are ducts connected to the roofing system designed to collect rain water. The water will then be treated and recycled for watering the plants in the gardens around the property.

There’s a grand and elegant spiral staircase that connects the lobby from the ground floor to the third floor, with each floor featuring an overlook to the lobby and the pond.

WATCH:

The Proposed Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Bacolod that will open in October 2020.

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Columbarium Features Added by Teresa Development Corporation

Here are the key features of the Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod.

The Family Suite.

For big families, they can opt for any one of the 20 fully air-conditioned family suites. Here, they can celebrate the life of their loved ones who have passed on with exclusivity. These suites have their own private restrooms and a kitchenette. They also have spaces for at least 12 urns.

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Here, the younger members of the family can create new memories while reliving the happy times spent with their ancestors.

The Amethyst.

The columbarium has cluster rooms called The Amethyst. These occupy the first to the second floor and contain a total of 6000 urn vaults.

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The Amethyst.

Multi-Purpose Chapels.

These chapels or function rooms can be used for private occasions of the family. These have their own private comfort room.

Admin Office.

All transactions of the columbarium complex can already be done in the same venue because their admin, sales, and marketing offices will also be located there. The staff can efficiently facilitate the needs of their clients that’s within their control.

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Public Restrooms.

For everyone’s convenience, there are two public restrooms on the second floor, aside from those in the function rooms and suites.

Ample Parking Space.

The columbarium complex boasts of a parking lot that has a total area of 1,595 square meters. It can provide spaces for the vehicles of family and friends reliving the memories of those gone ahead at the complex.

Pool of Providence.

This water amenity at the columbarium is a peaceful respite for families who are grieving the loss of a loved one. The constantly flowing water amidst a sea of greens aims to provide mourners with emotional and spiritual comfort during a sorrowful time.

Exceptional Customer Service.

The staff of Teresa Development Corporation has been in the business for more than five decades. With so much experience managing several funeral services and parks, they are sensitive to the needs of surviving kin who are struggling through the death of a loved one. That is why they are able to give their most sincere service to the families during their time of bereavement.

For more information about the columbarium, contact:

Teresa Development Corporation
Galo Street. Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Tel. No. (034) 434-5555
Official Facebook Page: TDC Funeral Services

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About Teresa Development Corporation

Teresa Development Corporation (TDC) is one of the stalwarts of the Bacolod real estate business. For many decades now, it is their practice to acquire, develop, and market real properties. These range from memorial parks, subdivisions, commercial spaces, and dormitories.

The CEO, Ramon C. Lacson Jr., is a brilliant businessman with a pioneering spirit and an indomitable determination to succeed. Having a degree in accounting and economics from the De La Salle University and the US, he was able to see his various business visions come into fruition.

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Mr. Ramon Lacson, CEO of Teresa Development Corporation, with Architect Geoffrey Montelibano.

A branch of their company primarily handles funeral services. These have four brands under their banner, namely:

  • Rose Lawns Memorial Park
  • Acropolis Gardens
  • Bacolod Memorial Park
  • Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex (NEW!)

Something that stands out in their company mission is that they aim “to honor and be sensitive to all desired traditions.” No wonder they are very successful in this very delicate business.

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Remembering loved ones at the Bacolod Memorial Park.

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10 thoughts on “Christ the Redeemer Columbarium Complex Bacolod | Teresa Development Corp

  1. I would 100 percent choose cremation over burial, not nice to think about it but you never know what is around the corner! Everyone should discuss their choices with loved ones while everyone is still healthy and strong.

    Anyway, that new columbarium in Bacolod looks amazing!

  2. This is all very interesting! In America, cremation is pretty popular. But we have other options besides urns. We can actually have our loved ones ashes places in biodegradable packaging. Then you can bury the ashes anywhere you want with no worries about chemicals or large caskets. Many people honor their loved ones by planting a tree where the ashes are placed. The ashes are actually good for the tree!

  3. Interesting article about funeral options. It’s really informative. It’s important to know our options upon death and the impact that these have to our environment. I know about cremation but didn’t really give it much thought. Thanks for sharing! Will definitely look into these plans. Death is inevitable anyway.

  4. Exceptional columbarium! It’s truly one of its kind here in the Visayas region. More practical too, than traditional burial and funeral services.

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