• Well, my husband is catholic and I'm protestant. We had a civil ceremony, but you can have any kind of ceremony you want. I'd suggest an non-denominational pastor if you really want to get as "fair" as possible, but no matter what you choose there are going to be relatives that are displeased.
  • When my friends, a Roman Catholic and a Methodist, got married they had the service in a Methodist Church, but it was jointly conducted by a Roman Catholic Priest and a Methodist Minister. It was as nice a wedding as any other I've attended.
  • People of different belief systems will not be able to ' pull together' in their married life.... The Bible says to " marry only in the Lord"...meaning to marry only in the SAME belief system. This does not mean the belief system is correct...only that they will ' pull together".. (1 Corinthians 7:38) So also, whoever marries does well, but whoever does not marry will do better. (1 Corinthians 7:39) A wife is bound as long as her husband is alive. But if her husband should fall asleep in death, she is free to be married to whomever she wants, only in the Lord.
  • probably the same way everyone else does

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