Friday, October 26, 2012

I ATTENTDED A WEDDING

I ATTENDED THE WEDDING OF MY NIECE, JULIE, MY BROTHER'S DAUGHTER, AT THE CHURCH OF DIVINE MERCY . HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS FOR YOUR VISUAL PLEASURE. BEST WISHES.
THE GUESTS ARE BEING WELCOMED WITH TRADITIONAL MUSIC.
THE BRIDE AND GROOM WAITING AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE CHURCH OF DIVINE MERCY. ]WITH RELATIVES.

THE MAIN CELEBRANT OF THE HOLY MASS BLESSING THE COUPLE AND WELCOMING THEM INTO THE CHURCH.
THE COUPLE WALKING INSIDE THE CHURCH
YOU CAN SEE ME STANDING INSIDE THE CHURCH
THE BRIDE TAKING THE MARITAL WOWS.
THE GROOM TYING THE TRADITIONAL THALI- THREE KNOTS.
THE MASS WAS JOINTLY CELEBRATED BY FIVE PRIESTS.

18 comments:

  1. hey great picture of you sir...and what a wonderful wedding...i love teh color and the use of flowers as well....symbolizing life...and i wish the next couple great success in their relationship

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  2. looks a lovely wedding Joseph, It cheered me to see such happy people.
    I have been on and off of bloging owing to having injsections in my shoulders and physio therapy on my neck.
    Did you know my daughter got married.......without telling me? I only knew because I saw her wedding photo on Facebook. That hurt me Joseph missing her happy day,

    Take care.
    Yvonne.

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  3. Namaste.....
    thank you for the invitation via visual. The wedding is a medly blend of traditional and new. Very different from the weddings i've known.

    thanks for sharing.
    stay blessed.

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  4. This looks like such a beautiful wedding. Thanks for sharing those photos. The only indian wedding I've seen are from Bollywood movies. Wishing them a wonderful married life

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  5. Hi Joseph Sir,

    Thanks for sharing...

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  6. Brilliant captures. I am excited to find a lady rendering the Nadaswaram. The groom looks very handsome but it seems he is holding a marigold (flower).

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  7. Thanks for taking us along to the wedding, Joseph. It looks like a lovely affair. I wish you would blog more often since I always love what you have to share.

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  8. Nice pictures of a good event.
    I understand the thread used to tie the thali is taken from the Mantrakodi saree of the bride (7 threads)

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  9. Those were lovely pictures, and you look good too!
    I am surprised that in Christian wedding too they have the 3 knots ritual.
    How have you been, not heard from you for a long time.

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  10. Hi Joseph, I enjoy visiting your blog. Each time I Push the link and arrive here there is a sense of welcome,as when some one greets a guest . A hand shake or embrace as they are welcomed in to the home. I would like to visit more often, as time permits. Doesn't seem like there is enough time in the day. Or maybe lol, I need to budget my time. Limiting the time I spend on the game page.. Take care Joseph.

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  11. Hi Joseph have a new blog hope you will become a follower as I have started from scratch. Loved the blog of yours always colourful and uplifting.
    Hope you and family are well, I have gotten fed up of hiding away.
    Take care.
    Yvonne.

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  12. Amazing photos, Joseph! Thank you for sharing them with us. How wonderful it is to see this happy day for your family, and to get some insight into the rich culture of the Catholic faith in your country. I'm posting a link to these photos on my own blog! Thanks again.

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  13. Ola ,que beleza podermos compartilhar de tão linda cerimonia através de tua postagem.Meu profundo desejo de felicidades á todos.Meu abraço.SU.

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  14. What kind of Church is that? ...Anglican?

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  15. joseph,

    what a wonderful treat to see you today. i hope this finds you well....and while we may be words apart i hope that you are enjoying the holiday season as well....

    travel light my friend

    b

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  16. hi joseph sir

    happy xmas and newyear

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