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DemGa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-12-07 11:11 PM
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14. I don't want to go at all
But it did affect people I directly know. I did indeed find it kind of bizarre.
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  -So non-Mormons are not allowed in Mormon wedding ceremonies DemGa  Dec-12-07 10:46 PM   #0 
  - I know about this. An old boyfriend's sister married a Mormon  crim son   Dec-12-07 10:48 PM   #1 
  - One of the hallmarks of a cult is they tend to isolate the cultists from the rest of us. (NT)  Tesha   Dec-13-07 07:48 AM   #50 
  - There's a bunch of goofy shit with polyester and anointing the crotch  cgrindley   Dec-12-07 10:52 PM   #2 
  - LOL there is no crotch anointing sorry...  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:03 PM   #6 
  - One must wonder...  Tandalayo_Scheisskopf   Dec-12-07 11:30 PM   #18 
  - I think you are confusing the Endowment with the Sealing  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:34 PM   #19 
  - I was endowed in 1990 and the Washing and Anointing ceremony  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:39 PM   #21 
     - Thanks for the info  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:46 PM   #23 
  - You would REALLY freak out of my religious practices then !  Marrah_G   Dec-13-07 07:59 AM   #51 
  - MORMONS GET MARRIED IN A REGULAR WEDDING....  flyarm   Dec-12-07 10:53 PM   #3 
  - You must be a member of the church.  tekisui   Dec-12-07 10:54 PM   #4 
  - Mrs. Romney was not a Mormon so she was not allowed  question everything   Dec-12-07 10:56 PM   #5 
  - I was taught that non-Catholics' participation in Catholic weddings is frowned upon  kskiska   Dec-12-07 11:03 PM   #7 
  - Feh! I served communion at my brother's Catholic wedding  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:08 PM   #10 
  - Non-Catholics can now be Godparents as long as one of them is Catholic. n/t  NutmegYankee   Dec-13-07 01:25 AM   #31 
  - Well of course they can't be god parents  Marrah_G   Dec-13-07 08:00 AM   #53 
  - Our daughter was baptized last year  Hans Moleman   Dec-13-07 05:07 PM   #66 
  - I left the Catholic Church because of my wedding.  chelaque liberal   Dec-13-07 08:19 AM   #56 
  - I was a bridesmaid in a Catholic wedding in 1990  JulieRB   Dec-13-07 09:02 AM   #57 
  - The Temple is a sacred place  DearAbby   Dec-12-07 11:04 PM   #8 
  - There is a difference between a Temple wedding and a non-Temple wedding  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:05 PM   #9 
  - Actually the ceremony in the temple is called a "sealing"  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:09 PM   #12 
     - Sealings seem to be referred to as weddings an awful lot by Mormons I know  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:16 PM   #16 
        - If a couple is married civilly first they get sealed in the temple  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:22 PM   #17 
           - ALL marriages are civil  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-12-07 11:43 PM   #22 
           - Oh I wont need to smack you  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:47 PM   #24 
           - Then there is common-law marriage.  Perragrande   Dec-13-07 02:49 AM   #33 
              - Not all in the west  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-13-07 08:14 AM   #54 
           - I have a question  Love Bug   Dec-13-07 12:03 PM   #62 
              - The man is able to remarry in the temple  FreeState   Dec-13-07 12:52 PM   #63 
  - Who cares?  rockymountaindem   Dec-12-07 11:08 PM   #11 
  - I don't want to go at all  DemGa   Dec-12-07 11:11 PM   #14 
  - parents can't even attend the actual ceremony, no one can  judaspriestess   Dec-12-07 11:11 PM   #13 
  - Any member with a temple recommend can attend  FreeState   Dec-12-07 11:14 PM   #15 
     - don't know why this one was different  judaspriestess   Dec-13-07 01:09 AM   #29 
        - Thats highly unusual  FreeState   Dec-13-07 02:51 AM   #34 
  - I loathe to admit I was raised a Mormon  gate of the sun   Dec-12-07 11:34 PM   #20 
  - gate of the sun  tekisui   Dec-13-07 01:00 AM   #28 
     - Read Sonia Johnson. She left because she couldn't stand being an oppressed woman.  Perragrande   Dec-13-07 02:52 AM   #35 
  - It's really nobody's business what those people do.  The_Casual_Observer   Dec-13-07 12:10 AM   #25 
  - Amen to that. Very well said.  Common Sense Party   Dec-13-07 12:28 AM   #26 
  - It IS if it's going to affect national policy  sjdnb   Dec-13-07 12:29 AM   #27 
  - It's not poking fun  silverojo   Dec-13-07 02:11 AM   #32 
  - Religion is not like race or sexuality.  Nabeshin   Dec-13-07 05:37 AM   #48 
  - All this talk about  MichaelHarris   Dec-13-07 01:18 AM   #30 
  - They ask people for the names of their dead relatives so they can baptise them.  Perragrande   Dec-13-07 02:55 AM   #36 
  - Thats not how its done  FreeState   Dec-13-07 03:06 AM   #37 
     - The LDS Genealogical "data"base is not fully purged  REP   Dec-13-07 03:18 AM   #40 
        - They did not agree to purge the names  FreeState   Dec-13-07 03:23 AM   #41 
           - Naw - Just not asking the records be removed  REP   Dec-13-07 03:29 AM   #43 
  - Sealings are not quite the same as marriages  REP   Dec-13-07 03:10 AM   #38 
  - Yes and no  FreeState   Dec-13-07 03:16 AM   #39 
     - I believe 2nd marriages are not sealed  REP   Dec-13-07 03:23 AM   #42 
        - Yeah that would be the sexism issue...  FreeState   Dec-13-07 03:30 AM   #44 
           - Thanks for understanding even though I messed up the genders!  REP   Dec-13-07 03:36 AM   #45 
              - Are you sure they were RLDS?  FreeState   Dec-13-07 12:57 PM   #64 
  - The Mormons I know are honest, hard working, family oriented people.  oasis   Dec-13-07 04:05 AM   #46 
  - Hubby gives you a secret name (the one he will use to call you to his planet  soothsayer   Dec-13-07 05:15 AM   #47 
  - almost  FreeState   Dec-13-07 11:55 AM   #59 
  - It's a good thing there were no Mormons involved at my wedding, then  DFW   Dec-13-07 05:44 AM   #49 
  - It happened to my brother  theHandpuppet   Dec-13-07 07:59 AM   #52 
  - And I'm not allowed to be bar-mitvah'd. What's your point?  JVS   Dec-13-07 08:14 AM   #55 
  - Then what am I going to do with this pen set I bought you?  spoony   Dec-13-07 11:59 AM   #61 
  - It's the whole blood soaked robes thing that they don't want to get out.  Javaman   Dec-13-07 11:35 AM   #58 
  - I can't tell if this post is a joke...  Momgonepostal   Dec-13-07 03:52 PM   #65 
  - So Christians don't allow gay people to get married?  Bornaginhooligan   Dec-13-07 11:56 AM   #60 

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