matrimony


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marriage

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the state of being united as husband and wife

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True, in imperial cities, most of which became Protestant, the Reformation witnessed increased centralization through magisterial control of matrimony. Territorial states, however, be they Catholic or Protestant, generally lacked the bureaucratic apparatus to assume exclusive jurisdiction over marriage, resulting in the sharing of authority between secular and ecclesiastical officials.
Speaking on the importance of the occasion, Murugavel Janakiraman, Founder and CEO, Matrimony.com said, "Marriage is the most beautiful and sacred of all relationships.
They contribute valuable ideas, share feedback as well as suggestions and enthusiastically participate in meaningful discussions around our services and matrimony in general.
"Never before has the natural institution of matrimony and family been the victim of such violent attacks," reads the document, Family and Human Procreation, issued in Italian on June 6.
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Men and women of no particular faith or god can and do join in matrimony. A couple can be joined just as easily and as legally by a Carnival cruise ship captain as they can by a priest.
Bishop Smalley said the blessing is not to be a substitute for holy matrimony and may not resemble it liturgically, He said he based his decision on the action of General Convention in 2000 in adopting a resolution that acknowledged that some church members were living in life-long committed relationships outside of marriage.
In the case of Cardenio and Luscinda, matrimony is fully intended.
Some couples entering matrimony undoubtedly prefer the looser tie, but many others definitely do not, and our current law deprives them of the freedom to strike bargains they'd want to enter in pursuit of genuine security.
Uncertain Unions, then, illustrates th uncertain state of British matrimony prior to the passage of the 1753 Act.
Summary: New Delhi [INDIA], Mar 08 (ANI): On Women's Day, Bharat Matrimony launched a new feature to the service called 'secure connect.' The new feature enables women to take control of their privacy and safety while searching for a life partner.
India, July 25 -- BharatMatrimony, the world's most successful matrimony website, conducted an exclusive survey in tune to the parent's day celebrations on July 24th.
Erin said: "It's one small step for man, one nausea-inducing leap for matrimony."
"I know priests are only required for Penance and Eucharist, but how else do they get to know their parishioners other than by being there for the joy of welcoming a child at Baptism or joining a couple in Matrimony? I wish a priest had come to visit me in the hospital."
Ultimately they have less to do with gay fights than with giving all couples a way to codify their relationships--and protect their children--without taking on the full weight of matrimony. Millions of straight couples would take advantage of this alternative ff they could.