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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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Promoting Interfaith Harmony Through Marriages

Promoting Interfaith Harmony Through Marriages in The US:Mike Ghouse Is A Pluralist Committed To Promoting Interfaith Marriages Main Points: 1.    Mike Ghouse has officiated more than 150 interfaith marriages. 2.    Today more people marry across faith in the US.3.    Interfaith marriages promote pluralism.4. Interfaith Marriages in The US Account For 39 Percent Of Marriages In

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Interfaith Marriages by an Indian American – Counter View  

Countering Love Jihad? Person of Indian origin in the US floats NGO Interfaith Marriages. Courtesy Counterview – first published on March 29, 2022 By Our Representative In an email alert to Counterview, a senior Washington DC-based activist has said that recent trends suggest, that when India is regressing, the diaspora in the US is fast progressing

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Sikh-Muslim Wedding

I just officiated a Sikh and Muslim wedding in New Orleans. Through my work at the Center for Pluralism, I have learned and continue to learn the essence of each faith, and each faith is so beautiful. What a pleasure to see two different people, from different faiths, ethnicities, languages, nationalities, and cultures come together

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Interfaith Marriages among Jews – Pew Survey

Courtesy – Jewish Currents The article follows a comment by Dr. Mike Ghouse; “Compatibility” was the main reason for marriages to last, but it was wrapped up in the same “religion” and same “culture and ethnicity.” The previous societies assumed that compatibility exists only among people of the same faith, and within the same ethnicity.

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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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Sex can make your live a healthier life

As a wedding officiant, I counsel the couples to live a happier life by preparing them to anticipate and mitigating conflicts and nurturing goodwill. More importantly, learning to accept and respect the otherness of the other instead of fighting a life-time to change the other. I came across this article, “Sex can make you live

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