A couple points.
First, Justice Scalia’s son, Fr. Paul Scalia of the Diocese of Arlington, was celebrant for the Mass and he preached. His sermon was masterful. It was a model of decorum, admirably shaped for that congregation and for broadcast to a wide and diverse audience. It was replete with excellent teaching about the reason for the Mass (prayer for the deceased). He called on all of us to consider our own death. He continually brought the focus back to Christ and our need for His saving merits. Well done.
The video of the sermon.
The video of the funeral is HERE. For the sermon go to about 1:05:00
Second, how important it is that all of you think about your own death and that you write down your wishes for your funeral. Make sure that someone knows about where that paper is and that it is to be sought before plans are made. Make sure that what you plan is in keeping with the Church’s rubrics and with good taste and common sense. Please do this.