Ch9 Marriage Unionin Gods Life

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Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) : Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) 1. Rings: engagement, bride’s wedding, groom’s 2. Wedding invitations: Invitations, reply card, directions, thank-you notes; stamps for invitations (often more than the standard because of weight), reply cards, and thank-you notes 3. Shower: invitations and stamps, hall rental, cake, other food, beverages, decorations, prizes, game supplies, thank-you notes and stamps 4. Rehearsal: gifts for wedding party and parents, food, beverages 5. Church: church fee, presiding minister’s honorarium or gift, musicians’ fee, pew ribbons, unity candle, aisle runner, other decorations, ring pillow, flower girl’s basket, bubbles or other favor 6. Bride’s clothing . . . : wedding dress, alterations, petticoats, veil or alternative, jewelry, shoes, hair arrangement, garter 9:1 Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) : 7. Groom’s clothing . . . : tuxedo rental, haircut 8. Clothing for wedding party and parents . . . : tuxedo rentals, bridesmaid dresses, shoes, jewelry (often a gift from the bride), mother-of-the-bride and mother-of-the groom dresses and accessories, haircuts, hair arrangements 9. Flowers: church; reception (clamps for bouquets to attach to head table); bride’s bouquet; bridesmaids’ bouquets; boutonnieres for groom, groomsmen, ushers, fathers, grandfathers; corsages for mothers, grandmothers, personal attendants 10. Preserving the memories: video technician and photographer for pre-wedding, church, and reception, proofs, pictures for couple and others, videos/DVDS, CDs 11. Transportation to church, between church and reception, after reception 9:1 Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) : 12. Reception: hall rental, music, centerpieces for head table and for all tables, other decorations, food, wedding cake, cake topper, mints and/or nuts and dishes or cups, beverages, place cards, favors, napkins (two sizes, personalized), decorated container for cards, guest book and pen with stand, cake knife and server, easels, and tips (often an overall fee per guest covers all or most of these items) 13. Post reception: hotel room for couple, possibly hotel rooms for some family members and members of the wedding party (the night before the wedding as well) 14. Honeymoon: transportation (including airfare), hotel, food and beverages, tours, clothing, souvenirs, film and development, videotapes 9:1 Wedding Expenses (Some of many options for couple or family) Wedding Music : Wedding Music 9:2 “A Nuptial Blessing” by Michael Joncas. “A Wedding Prayer” by Howard S. Olson, Meru tune. “All That We Have” by Gary Ault. “Blessing the Marriage” by John Bell, Sussex carol tune. “Bwana Awabariki, May the Lord Bless You Forever,” African folk hymn. “Companions on the Journey” by Carey Landry. “For Everything There Is a Time” by Donald Reagan. “God, in the Planning” by John Bell, traditional Irish tune. Wedding Music : Wedding Music 9:2 “In Love We Choose to Live” by Jeanne Cotter. “Like a Seal on My Heart” by Carey Landry. “Lord, When You Came, Pescador de Hombres” by César Gabaráin, translation by Willard Francis Jabusch. “Love Is the Sunlight” by Borghild Jacobson and David Haas. “One Bread, One Body” by John Foley. “We Will Serve the Lord” by David Haas. “When Love Is Found” by Brian Wren. “Wherever You Go” by David Haas or by Gregory Norbet. Slide 6: Reasons People Marry 9:3 — To share life with a loving companion — To create new life: both by having children if possible, but also by creating a new relationship — To strengthen and empower each other — To call forth what is best in each other — To form a solid base of support so that each feels able to reach out in generous service to others — To support one another in the growth of a deep and rich faith Marriage Preparation Questions : — Do we agree about men and women’s roles in marriage? If not, where do we disagree? — How do our families feel about our marriage? — Are we old enough or should we wait? — Are we able and prepared to share the full range of emotions and intimacies with each other—equally and mutually? — How do we tolerate change in each other? — Is each of us independent enough of the other so that we can feel secure about who we are in and of ourselves? — Are we willing to allow each other to maintain friendships with others? Where do we draw the line? Marriage Preparation Questions 9:4 Marriage Preparation Questions : — How do we feel about having children? — What expectations and hopes do we have for sexual expression in marriage? — When we discuss an issue, can we come to consensus or does one of us always need to have our way? — How compatible are our religious beliefs? — What do we have in common in terms of interests, ideas, hobbies, and so on? — How do we deal with money issues: What is enough? Who pays the bills? Is either of us in debt? — Are we responsible in our work lives? Do we have similar work ethics? — What are each of our dreams? Are our dreams compatible? Marriage Preparation Questions 9:4 CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review : CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review 9:5 having only one spouse at a time having more than one spouse at a time not able to be dissolved or broken apart generic term for male or female marriage partner; half of a married couple from a Latin word meaning related to or pertaining to marriage CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review : CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review 9:5 the Sacrament of Marriage, a covenant relationship between a man and a woman that is oriented toward their loving unity and the procreation, raising, and education of children a solemn agreement between humans or between God and humans involving mutual commitments or guarantees from the Latin word for a call or invitation, a state of life or work to which one feels called, in contrast to work that would be considered simply a job CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review : CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review 9:5 faithfulness; in the context of marriage, not having a sexual relationship with anyone but one’s spouse; in addition, commitment to growing in love for one another a method of planning the conception of children that is based on natural signs of fertility and infertility in a woman’s menstrual cycle declaration by a civil court that a legal marriage has ended and that the parties are free to remarry CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review : CHAPTER 9 Vocabulary Review 9:5 declaration by a Church court that a failed marriage was never really a sacramental marriage, even though people may have thought it was; commonly referred to as an annulment a Church court that examines and decides cases with regard to Church law, especially marriage cases FAQs of Catholic Marriages : FAQs of Catholic Marriages Why does the Church teach that marriage is a sacrament? : Why does the Church teach that marriage is a sacrament? Sacraments make Christ present in our midst Old Testament prophets considered marriage a symbol of a covenant relationship between God and his people The commitment between a husband and wife mirrors the commitment between God and his people The union of marriage symbolizes the relationship between Christ and the Church What is the difference between a valid and invalid Catholic marriage? : What is the difference between a valid and invalid Catholic marriage? Four elements for a valid Catholic marriage: Spouses are free to marry Freely can exchange consent They have the intention to marry for life, to be faithful to one another and to be open to children Their consent is given in the presence of two witnesses before in front of a Church minister Why does a Catholic wedding have to take place in a church? : Why does a Catholic wedding have to take place in a church? Marriage is considered not only a family event, but a church event Prefer the ceremony take place within the church building Only the bishop can permit a ceremony to be somewhere else How can a Catholic be sure that a marriage outside the Catholic Church is recognized as valid? : How can a Catholic be sure that a marriage outside the Catholic Church is recognized as valid? Bishop must permit the ceremony to be performed somewhere else What do I need for a Catholic Wedding? : What do I need for a Catholic Wedding? Contact your parish 3-6 months in advance Take a marriage preparation course You need your baptismal certificate Have interview with a priest Talk to the parish staff about music and liturgies What is a Nuptial Mass and when can a couple have one? : What is a Nuptial Mass and when can a couple have one? Mass that has special readings and prayers that are for the sacrament of marriage Can have one when during the marriage ceremony What should a couple do when they decide to get married : What should a couple do when they decide to get married Their parish should be called to set an appointment to talk with a priest or deacon within the Church This is when they will start marriage preparation Why does the Church require engaged couples to participate in a marriage preparation program? : Why does the Church require engaged couples to participate in a marriage preparation program? Helps couples have a better understanding of a Christian marriage Helps evaluate if they are ready for married life Also to learn more about who they areand who they are as a couple What key issues are covered in marriage preparation? : What key issues are covered in marriage preparation? Typical Topics: Meaning of marriage as a sacrament Faith, prayer, and the church Roles in marriage Communication Children and parenthood Finances Family origin Does the marriage preparation programs cost anything? : Does the marriage preparation programs cost anything? Most ask for a small fee to cover for supplies If the program requires an overnight stay there is larger fee Annulments : Annulments A declaration that says a valid marriage fell short of one element that is essential for have a valid marriage Does not deny that they were together, but says that something on the wedding day wasn’t there to make the marriage valid If a Catholic and non-Catholic marry, must the non-Catholic promise to raise their child Catholic? : If a Catholic and non-Catholic marry, must the non-Catholic promise to raise their child Catholic? The non-Catholic spouse does not have to promise Catholic spouse should promise to do all that they can to get the child baptized and in the Catholic faith

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