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The wedding jungle

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles ) | May 28, 2003

A friend-- a priest working in a small parish near a large Eastern city-- writes about "Father Tim" (see below):

I assume this guy is just a freelancer. I used to pretend to be inerested when people told me about their (non-CAtholic) weddings. A lady at the post office told me the intricate details about her daughter's "early American motif" wedding including those funny colonial hats. Another lady said that the local Baptist minister is really a cool guy. At her wedding, they had remote control cars bring up the rings. It's a jungle out there.

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