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What is Interfaith?
What is Interfaith? What is Interfaith? Interfaith is not a standalone religion. In fact it is not a new religion or indeed an old one, indeed it is not a religion at all. Rather it is a means of traversing between different religious traditions. Interfaith begins when we create a bridge between one set of beliefs and traditions and another. Interfaith involves constructing a connection between disparate sets of beliefs and customs. Occupying the spiritual field in between the different religious traditions, touching all but
Poems for Children to read at your Wedding
Poems for your Children to read at Your Wedding Some wedding poems for Children to read at your wedding. When it comes to weddings children can really steal the show. But if you do have children what better way of including them than by doing a reading. Below is a short selection. I have seen a few read in my time and the children find it sometimes hilarious especially when they are giving advice to Mum and Dad. Have a browse of these wedding
Choosing a Celebrant – The Complete Guide
Choosing a Celebrant Welcome and congratulations! If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’re planning a special occasion that’s significant to you. Whether it’s a wedding, vow renewal, naming day, or any other milestone, it’s an important event that deserves to be marked in a way that truly reflects your style, values, and beliefs by choosing a Celebrant but choosing the one that is right for you. I’m going to guide you through the process of choosing a Celebrant, and trust me, it’s more exciting
Daniel O Donnell and wife Majella Renew Vows
Congratulations to Daniel & Majella on their Vow Renewal! Are you looking for a special way to celebrate your enduring love? Consider renewing your wedding vows, just like Majella and Daniel O Donnell did after 20 years of marriage. A vow renewal ceremony is a beautiful and personal way to reaffirm your commitment to each other, and to celebrate your love with family and friends. In the past, couples may have felt limited by their options for a meaningful ceremony. But now, vow renewals are
A Humanist Wedding or a Spiritual Wedding?
A humanist Wedding or a Spiritual Wedding? When I was searching around to marry again I found the whole area really confusing. We were looking at humanist weddings and spiritual weddings. It was positively difficult to navigate the various terms and offerings out there. If we choose to marry in a spiritual wedding did that mean we needed to join the cult? For us the uninitiated at the time, a humanist wedding just meant that it was not a church wedding. To add to the
Marry in Cork? Church or Civil or both?
Looking for a wedding ceremony that’s uniquely you? Don’t settle for a cold civil ceremony or a church wedding that doesn’t represent your love story. Did you know that you have the right to marry the person you love and have the wedding of your dreams? If you marry in Cork you can have all the readings, music, and decor that speaks to your heart. Whether you’re religious, spiritual, or an atheist, you can find a venue that fits your style and budget. You can
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