1. Tilt of inside of National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
2. Wide, Rev. Paul Scalia, Son of Justice Antonin Scalia delivering prayer
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Justice Clarence Thomas, United States Supreme Court:
"Only with difficulty does one die for a just person, though perhaps for a good person one might even fond courage to die."
4. Pan, choir
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rev. Paul Scalia, Son of Justice Antonin Scalia:
"We do not mourn as those who have no hope, but in confidence we commend Antonin Scalia to the mercy of God. God blessed dad, as is well know, with a love for his country. God blessed him with a desire to be the country's good servant because he was God's first."
6. Wide, Rev. Scalia preparing communion
7. Various, pall bearers holding Scalia's casket
8. Senator Ted Cruz
9. Pall bearers exiting church with Scalia's casket
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was remembered Saturday as a man who loved God, country and family at a funeral Mass capping two days of mourning for a jurist who left a long and sometimes provocative legacy on the nation.
Scalia's son Paul _ a Catholic priest _ led the service and mixed humor with reverence for the conservative icon and father of nine who died unexpectedly last weekend.
Scalia's sons and sons-in-law served as pallbearers, carrying his flag-draped casket up the steps of the basilica.
The service was a traditional Catholic funeral Mass filled with pageantry, celebrity and a little bit of humor. It was simple, with no formal eulogy, in keeping with the justice's philosophy that funerals should not be dominated by effusive praise.
Justice Clarence Thomas read a passage from the New Testament's Book of Romans.
The family departed for a private burial at an undisclosed site immediately after the Mass. A memorial service for Scalia has been set for March 1 at a Washington hotel.