Interfaith Marriages

I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

Indeed, when two people from different races, ethnicities, and faiths create that one nation we cherish, we all want a country where there is no “YOU” and “I” but “US.”

The interfaith weddings build relationships between two families and their friends, removing the myths about each other, thus creating tranquility and harmony among them by respecting the otherness of the other (our definition of Pluralism) and that is part of my work at the Center for Pluralism and Interfaith Marriages.

Mike Ghouse Wedding Officiant

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