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Interfaith Marriages wins the 2022 Wedding Wire Couples Awards

14th Annual Couples’ Choice Awards Honor the Top Wedding Vendors Nationwide and Abroad. Interfaith Marriages Named Winner in 2022 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards® TIP BureauPublished by The Indian Panorama https://www.theindianpanorama.news/unitedstates/2022-weddingwire-couples-choice-awards/ WASHINGTON, D.C. (TIP): Interfaith Marriages was announced as a winner of the 2022 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards®, an accolade representing the top wedding professionals across the

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Religious Resistance to Interfaith Marriages

Suggested Reading:  Can a Muslim Woman Marry a Non-Muslim? A thoroughly researched article and answers the reason and purpose of why there was resistance all these years. https://interfaithmarriages.org/can-a-muslim-woman-marry-a-non-muslim-man/ Mike Ghouse Interfaith Wedding Officiant Religious Resistance to Interfaith Marriages No group wants to lose members of its flock to others. That has been the secret reason for opposition

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Harry Weds Meghan

Harry and Meghan’s wedding is a milestone wedding in the history of racial and class relations. The broke the barriers and pave the way for greater acceptance. Hence, it is being written here at https://interfaithmarriages.org/harry-meghan-a-royal-romance/ As a Pluralist, I have chosen to officiate the weddings of couples to reflect the essence of Bride and Groom’s religious and cultural

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Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Celebrity interfaith and interracial marriages pave the way for others, it makes it easy and it will be common soon. Mike Ghouse Wedding Officiant Mike@interfaithmarriages.org # # # Meet the American who will preach at the royal wedding Siobhán O’Grady, Washington Post Published: May 13, 2018 Updated: May 13, 2018 at 10:34 AM Courtesy TBO – Prince

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Indian-American Marriages Are Now Interracial or Inter-Faith

s Almost 80 Percent Indian-American Marriages Are Now Interracial or Inter-Faith- Courtesy: INDIA NEW ENGLAND NEWS WALTHAM, MA—It is now official: Almost 80 percent of Indian-American marriages are now interracial, intercultural and interfaith in the United States, and more so in New England.  SHOBHA SHASTRY: PHOTO: JAY SRINIVASAN Indian-American weddings, which were mostly homogeneous about 20

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13 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married

13 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married The more you learn about what you are getting into, the better informed you will be and can handle most of the conflicts, indeed, you can predict them and save some tensions. Mike Ghouse Courtesy New York Times 13 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married Eleanor Stanford, March 24,

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How 9 Couples Brought Their Faiths Together On Their Wedding Day

NOOR AL-MOSAWI Planning a wedding is notoriously stressful. But for the growing number of people who are falling in love with a partner of a different faith, a wedding can come with the added challenge of trying to decide how to honor their two (or more) religions. Should couples have one ceremony that brings their faiths

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Finding Common Ground in Interfaith Marriage

Interfaith marriages are common now, and the reasons cited in this piece is why I chose to officiate interfaith weddings, offering religiosity of their tradition to both the bride and the groom. It is a joy to see couples accept each other with their differences and this is the healthiest trend for relationship. One needs

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Virginia Is For Lovers? Richard And Mary Loving Changed History.

We take life for granted, interfaith marriage and interracial marriage is no big deal to most people today, but it was not only a big deal, but it was impossible once right here in these United States of America. That is the reason we honor people who may have endured every imaginable difficulty, but they

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