Marriage

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* [http://www.beliefnet.com/story/161/story_16180_1.html Raising Children With Christ, Compassion, and Commitment] by Fr. Peter E. Gillquist (''Again Magazine'' and ''Beliefnet'')
  
 
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Revision as of 19:50, November 25, 2005

Marriage (also, matrimony) is one of the seven holy mysteries or sacraments in the Orthodox Church, as well as many other Christian traditions. It serves to unite a woman and a man in eternal union before God, with the purpose of following Christ and His Gospel and raising up a faithful, holy family through their holy union. It is referred to extensively in both the Old and New Testaments. Christ declared the essential indissolvibility of marriage in the Gospel.

A wedding is the holy ceremony which joins the spouses-to-be.


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