Dating & Engaged
How to Include Service to Others in Your Wedding Ceremony
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Want to include service to others in your wedding ceremony? Catholic Relief Services has some tips!
Readiness for marriage cannot be scientifically measured, but an inventory helps engaged couples to make sure that they have discussed the most important issues. These are NOT tests, but rather instruments that prompt discussion on sometimes sensitive issues