Can a non-Catholic have a funeral at a Catholic church?

My siblings and I are discussing end of life plans with our non Catholic mother. Our late Dad was Catholic and all 8 children were raised Catholic, although only a few of us are still actively practicing. We were baptized, made First Communion, Confirmation, had one wedding in our local parish church and generally supported the parish. None of us currently live in that parish anymore. Our Mom is a Christian, but hasn’t attended Church anywhere for a long time. As we look at it, the most logical, comfortable, sensible place to have a funeral service when the time comes would be the Catholic Church we all attended in our youth. Is there any reason our Mom’s funeral service couldn’t be held there? Thanks for your consideration.
Peace and blessings.

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