A marriage officiant or solemniser is a person who officiates at a wedding
ceremony. ... Some Celebrants perform same-sex weddings and commitment
ceremonies. ... can only be valid if the Church has ...
Sep 26, 2013 ... It follows, then, that a deacon can validly officiate at a Catholic marriage
ceremony, so long as he has been delegated to do so by the pastor.
When the Catholic priest or deacon is delegated to perform the wedding, the
Catholic ... The marriage can take place, with proper permission and
dispensation, ... the marriage ceremony is best preserved by celebrating the
Feb 1, 2010 ... If we don't have a Mass with our wedding ceremony, could my .... May I invite an
active homosexual to perform (e.g. sing) at my wedding? ... Can I have my uncle,
who is a deacon and lives out of state, officiate at my wedding?
Most couples will be married by a priest, usually the ... the deacon may witness
your marriage but a priest must celebrate the Mass. ... to participate in the
ceremony in some other ...
Jul 3, 2008 ... I am a permanent deacon at a small parish...and have a wedding to .... to perform
the ceremony, I just don't know if they can perform outside of ...
Laws for all US states for who can solemnize marriage (officiate weddings) and
laws ... 25-124 Persons authorized to perform marriage ceremony; definition ......
of such church or denomination, including an ordained deacon in The United ...
The priest or deacon presides and serves as an official witness to the sacrament.
5. ... For the ceremony, we require that the couple make their vows before a priest
... I got married in a Protestant Church, how can I have my marriage recognized ...
To perform marriage ceremonies a person should be an ordained minister,
magistrate (a civil officer with power to administer and enforce law -- Justice of
Where it is permitted by civil law that deacons may perform marriages, and no
priest or ... If any of you can show just cause why they may not lawfully be married