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please don’t say you’re going to be active members after the wedding if you truly haven’t made that commitment. My experience is that if you aren’t active for at least a year before the wedding, you likely won’t be active after the wedding – although I know there are exceptions. I’d rather you be honest.
From Religion News Service: In an effort to insure a more sober ritual, the Vatican has urged bishops to clamp down on singing, moving around
Why is the US Episcopal church afraid of innovation and inclusive language in liturgy when The Church of England is responding creatively and expansively?
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