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Planning a wedding is a big job. You have to find a good location, a great caterer, and a qualified minister to make sure the ceremony goes smoothly. You may get so involved in planning the day that thoughts of what your ...

Category: Health and Wellness Weddings

Pope Francis has been outspoken about the climate crisis for the decade he has been head of the Catholic Church. He mentions it often in his addresses, and it was the focus of one of the encyclical letters he sent in the ...

Category: Religion Science

One of the first things you and your partner are likely to discuss after you get engaged is who will be in the wedding. You may assume that your officiant has to be your minister, but the truth is that anyone you deem wo ...

Category: Weddings

A destination wedding is an exciting option for many couples. If you and your partner love to travel, it makes sense to start your life together with a grand trip. It also gives you the opportunity to combine your weddin ...

Category: Weddings

Getting ready to marry the love of your life brings many joys. Planning a wedding can also trigger a lot of painful reminders that society does not always have you, your beloved and your friends in mind when it decides w ...

Category: Gay Weddings

A recent study from the Pew Research Center reported that a little more than a third of all parents surveyed want their children to grow up to follow the same religion they do. While answers to the question of whether it ...

Category: Freedom of Religion

If there's ever a time to be extravagant, it's your wedding day. Lavish decorations, an abundance of flowers, a gorgeous cake, and a grand reception make up a large part of the planning of traditional celebrations. As a ...

Category: Weddings

People of faith are meant to care for those around them. Love of God and others tends to be a recurring theme in many sermons. While there are many ways churches can show love through service and sacrifice, sometimes the ...

Category: Religion

College offers a lot of new opportunities and experiences. For many people, it also marks the end of certain habits, such as going to church. It's easy to assume this can never happen to you, especially if you are heavil ...

Category: Religion

Many people of faith start the new year with a list of resolutions. Then, after a couple of months of trying to make all these new habits stick, they find themselves reverting to their usual way of doing things. While it ...

Category: Christianity