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*Image: Last Judgement (Weltgericht) by Stefan Lochner, c. 1435 [Wallraf–Richartz Museum, Cologne, Germany]. This is the center panel of a triptych probably commissioned for the council chamber of Cologne’s City Hall.

By David G Bonagura, Jr., The Catholic Thing, Jan. 11, 2023

David G. Bonagura Jr. an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s Seminary, New York. He is the author of Steadfast in Faith: Catholicism and the Challenges of Secularism and Staying with the Catholic Church: Trusting God’s Plan of Salvation.

Without any fanfare, in the closing days of 2022, New York Governor Kathy Hochul quietly signed into law permission for “natural organic reduction,” better known as “human composting.” New York now joins five of the nation’s most progressive states in legalizing the practice. Human composting consists of heating and regularly rotating a human corpse laid inside a container loaded with organic materials. After six to eight weeks, the entire body morphs into soil. The bones are then placed in an incinerator (“cremulator” is the euphemism), burned into more soil, and added to what was once the rest of the body to be tossed into a garden, forest, or horticultural paradise.

The biblical prophecy is now recast: “Remember you are dust, and unto dust you hastily shall be turned. And turned.” …