Chinese marriage Confucius described marriage as "the union of two surnames, in friendship and in love". Some men also practiced sororate marriagethat is, a marriage to a former wife's sister or a polygynous marriage to both sisters. This would have the effect of eliminating parallel-cousin marriage as an option, but would leave cross-cousin marriage acceptable. However, enforcement proved difficult and by the subsequent Qing Dynasty, the former laws had been restored.
Once the veil and cord are in place, they are to remain kneeling until after Communion. IF the bride and groom would like to participate in the Sign of Peace the veil and cord can be removed after the nuptial blessing. Nowadays the coins are a reminder of good stewardship for all couples; that they will mutually support each other, their children and the world around them.
As the couple exchange the coins: Lord, bless these coins. Grant names of couple not only material possessions, but abundant spiritual strength, which these coins symbolize, so that they use them to bless others and to attain eternal life. Hold the coins in your hands as a sign that your blessings will no longer be held separately, but together.
And may you always show that whatever gift you may have in this life is not ultimately yours but the Lords. One of the couple lets the coins fall into the hands of the other One says: In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. One of the couple: I give you these coins as a pledge of my dedication to you, the care of our home, and the welfare of our children.
I accept them and in the same way pledge my dedication to you, the care of our home, and the welfare of our children. We clothe you again with this precocious garment as you enter into the new phase of your life with God. This cord symbolizes the love of God which brings your hearts and souls together.
May your love grow stronger and bind you closer together through years, from here to eternity. We ask this from the Father, through Christ our Lord. Let this veil be a symbol of the faithful love you have for each other. May this cord remind you to face your life together courageously and to be mutual in support of each other in carrying out your duties and responsibilities as a couple.
The Veil covers this couple today reminding them and us that Christ covers us in his love. Their new home will be a place where God dwells because this couple chooses to be under the mantel of his love. The Cord, looped and crossed in the middle is wrapped around the bride and groom to symbolize the Blessed Trinity; The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, who are one and the same.
The cord symbolizes this same union and the infinite nature of marriage. Lord, with this cord, may the bond of love and friendship uniting names of couple grow stronger over the years.
May they remain united to you all their lives knowing, loving and serving in each other and the community. Let this be a symbol of the faithful love you have for each other.
Through the passing of the years, let the veil remind you that you belong to each other and to no one else, and that the love you have for each other becomes more beautiful in self-surrender that is total and pure. Keep the bond of your love steadfast so that you can support one another throughout your lives.
You will take the flame from the candles which your names of candle lighters have lighted. You will see that this center candle is larger than the other two because it is the new family that has been formed today as you repeated your vows and will be a blending of all the love, traditions and experiences you have both shared with your individual families.Location and Geography.
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