Tag Archives: Interfaith wedding Officiant

The reverse of Misogyny in interfaith relationships.

Men have not outgrown their ‘need’ to control others, particularly their women. They want their women to be subservient to their whims, even in America, and in all faith traditions. It is what the men wish that happens. The societies are still misogynistic, and I hope it will change. I am pleased to share the

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Harry & Meghan: a Royal Romance

By Mike Ghouse, the interfaith wedding officiant While reviewing articles about Interfaith and Interracial marriages for our website www.InterfaithMarriages.org, I came across an item that caught my attention – it is the romance between Harry and Meghan. What appealed to me was the relationship between an average American girl and the ‘Prince’.  Meghan represented America

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Indonesia; Interfaith Marriage is Legal – But With Many Obstacles

I have officiated a wedding – a Malaysian groom and a Vietnamese bride. It was a joy to go through their celebrations Mike Ghouse Wedding officiant Mike@Interfaithmarriages.org # # # Indonesia, Interfaith Marriage is Legal – But With Many Obstacles Courtesy VOA  FILE – An Indonesian couple takes part in a mass interfaith wedding ceremony

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Opposition to interfaith marriage in India puts many couples at risk

India was a blessed nation for thousands of years, it has had a good history of Pluralism and inclusion, all that is changing now with the right wing government who do not tolerate interfaith marraiges and carry out harassment and even killing.  All this will change, badness never lasts. Mike Ghouse Wedding Officiant Mike@Interfaithmarriages.org #

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Interfaith unions less contentious today

Pleased to share about a marriage between a Baptist groom and a Methodist wife Mike Ghouse Wedding Officiant Mike@interfaithMarriages.org # # # RELIGION: Few families now abandon their kin for once-taboo marriages By Creede Hinshaw Recently, a friend told me about a decision he made that prompted his grandmother to stop speaking to him. Although

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‘Switched At Birth’ Gets An Interfaith Marriage Dilemma Just Right

Courtesy : Forward March 27, 2017 By Linda Buchwald Adam Taylor/Freeform Via Getty Images (JTA) — “Switched At Birth” Has Broken The Mold For A Show That Some Might Have Dismissed As A Teen Drama. The Series, Which Premiered On ABC Family (Now Freeform) In 2011, Is About How Two Families Handle The Discovery That

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Muslim Women Can Marry Outside The Faith

  By Professor Junaid Jahangir He created for you mates to find tranquillity in them; and He placed between you affection and mercy ~ 30:21 Last month, CBC reported the news of an interfaith couple, Shaaz, a Muslim woman, and Jarred, a Jewish man, who live in Airdrie, Alberta. While they found a Cantor, they

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Can a Muslim Woman Marry a Non-Muslim Man

The full article is in my book, The “American Muslim Agenda – Muslims building a cohesive America.” available on kindle and Amazon. Two more books are on the horizon – Pluralism in America and Standing up for others. By Dr. Mike Mohamed Ghouse The sole intent of this essay is to shape and preserve the

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Marrying Someone from Different Faith

The story is same, parents and clergy of all faiths want one or the other person among the couple to convert to their religion to perform the wedding. There was a time, it was a necessity, the society was not mature enough to handle individuals, but today the story is different.  If individuals want to convert that should be their

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This Hindu-Muslim Couple Had A Stunning Wedding With Zero Disapproving Elders

Good story – interfaith and inter religious weddings have been around forever, once they were persecuted, now they are cherished. Mike Ghouse Interfaith Wedding Officiant # # # Nirali Shah Courtesy – BuzzFeed This couple met in college and are in love. They dated for three years and decided to get married. The woman is

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