Tag: Catholic weddings

Recommitting: the Church’s new marriage rite

Recommitting: the Church’s new marriage rite

| Father John Paul Erickson | June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’ve been very fortunate in my young priestly life to witness many Catholic weddings. They are celebrations of great beauty, hope and joy, liturgies that remind all attendees of the power of Christian love and the great dignity of the sacrament of marriage.

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Wedding plans: Cathedral seeks photos for centennial exhibit

Wedding plans: Cathedral seeks photos for centennial exhibit

| December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

A box full of wedding photos sits at Celeste Raspanti’s elbow. As she lifts one from the stack and looks at it, two brides, two grooms, two maids of honor and two best men look back. It’s an image more than 99 years old, made of the wedding parties from a double wedding, the first of its kind at the “new” Cathedral of St. Paul on April 14, 1915.

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Destination wedding: Catholic Youth Camp

Destination wedding: Catholic Youth Camp

| November 20, 2014 | 1 Comment

Long after life jackets were put away for the summer, a group of young adults headed north to Catholic Youth Camp. The weather was too cold swimming, but that didn’t faze Natalie King. She wasn’t there to swim. She was there to get married.

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