(Closed) Read this civil ceremony wording (LOL content)

posted 9 years ago in Ceremony
  • poll: What should we do?
    Let Grandpa run with it, the parents will like it too. : (3 votes)
    30 %
    Ask Grandpa to change it. : (7 votes)
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  • Post # 3
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    2790 posts
    Sugar bee

    How many times can we mention the Holy Trinity in one ceremony? That is the feeling I get from that. He says God’s name more times than your own.

    Post # 4
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2010

    In my (limited) experience, most minister I know wouldn’t feel comfortable leading a civil ceremony witout reference to their religion, because their religion is what defines them.  Are you looking for a completely civil ceremony without any reference or religion, or just a toned down version of what he wrote?  If it’s the former, you may have a difficult time.  If it’s the later, he may be willing to work with you more than if you want to avoid all religious references.

    Post # 5
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    2373 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2008

    I had a civil ceremony and this would make me really uncomfortable. If you’re both religious and  cool with it- I’d let him go wild. It’s not really a civil ceremony though.

    Post # 6
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: July 2012

    @mudratdetector: I believe it is beautiful and the traditional catholic marriage vows and rituals.   

    @MsBrooklynA:  No offense, but marriage is a sacred sacrament between three 

    Groom, Bride and God an in the Catholic demonition it is not rare to hear the Words GOd and holy trinity more often than the name of the party that is to be wed.  These are the words for the soon to be married couple 

     

    I love it…like in the movies and my novelas(soap operas) now we only need someone to impede the weddingLaughing

    Post # 8
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    2790 posts
    Sugar bee

    @beatriz: Well please refrain from pushing your beliefs upon me. I personally think my marriage is between me and my husband. This soon to be married couple said they would like a civil ceremony. Not a cathiolic mass. There is a difference.

    Post # 9
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: October 2009

    It is actually fairly common to have a religious ceremony outside of a church.  While this is not normally permitted in a Catholic ceremony, it is allowed in most Protestant denominations.  And for Jews, an outdoor ceremony is actually quite traditional.  So if you are happy with the ceremony, but just concerned at the reaction of your guests to a religious ceremony in a country club, I don’t think you need to worry.

    Post # 10
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    4801 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: September 2011

    @beatriz: But obviously it’s not a Catholic ceremony, so none of that matters at all.

     

     

    @mudratdetector: I do think I would find it odd as a guest to be going through prayers such as the Our Father in a non-church setting.

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