As the wedding officiate, it is your duty to complete the marriage license for the bride and groom, and to file it with the county clerk (or city clerk in New York city) within the specified time period, usually three days.
It is the completed marriage license, not the public ceremony, that actually seals the marriage and makes it official.
With destination weddings on the rise, it is becoming more and more important for couples to have a means for informing their guests of their upcoming wedding plans as well as provide recommendations for out-of-town guests.
Wedding websites allow your guests one-stop shopping when it comes time for them to arrange their travel plans as well as other details. You can be as specific as you wish and link your website directly to the hotel reservation pages that you would like to recommend to your guests.
You will find that having a website is not only a time-saver but a budget-saver as well... Read more...
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All ancient books which have once been called sacred by man, will have their lasting place in the history of mankind, and those who possess the courage, the perseverance, and the self-denial of the true miner, and of the true scholar, will find even in the darkest and dustiest shafts what they are seeking for,--real nuggets of thought, and precious jewels of faith and hope.
-- Max Muller, Introduction to the Upanishads Vol. II.
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Some people feel their destiny to be carved in stone. I believe that our lives are an ongoing exercise in creative writing and as such it is always possible to cease following the storyline that we have been using to illustrate our lives with up to this point, open to a fresh page and start anew. In fact, the Universe itself does this every moment of every day, continually reinventing itself and setting up the storyline for the next moment to come.
I refer to this eternal and ongoing process as divine authorship.... Read more...
History and writings of the early Catholic Church.