It is the longstanding Tradition for Catholic Requiem Mass to have no "eulogy" or parade of family members and friends to take the microphone and blather on and on about who-dunnit or whatever.
When John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the first Catholic President of the United States of America, was buried after he was assassinated by Freemasons (not Lee Harvey Ozwald) there was nobody giving a speech about his life and what he did or what he failed to do in life. It was a Requiem Mass (1963, before Vat.II's unclean spirit had proclaimed erroneous changes), and it consisted of prayers for the repose of JFK's soul in eternity, something of which he no doubt needed quite a lot.
When Pope John XXIII (aka "Blessed" John XXIII) died earlier in the same year (1963), less than one year after his M.R.S. on October 11th, 1962, a speech that shall live in infamy in eternity, forever and ever, because it was the moment when the abandonment of Sacred Tradition set in, and the establishment of Newchurch was instituted, even so, at his Requiem Mass, there was no eulogy. It consisted of prayers for the repose of his soul (as well as the rest of the Mass, as usual).
The bier holding the body of each of these two prominent Catholics was HUGE, draped in black fabric, and surrounded by large ornate candlesticks.
There were no eulogies. Nor is it ever proper for a funeral Mass to have any eulogy.
One might recall that when Mother Teresa of Calcutta died, her wishes were made known to all, that she did not want any eulogy at her funeral, because if people started to think she was a saint, then no one would pray for the repose of her soul, and she very much wished that everyone would pray for her, as well as for all the souls of the faithful departed, and those in Purgatory.