Hi, I’m not getting married nor do I have any prospective boyfriend, LOL, but since marriage is a sacrament, I thought I’d post this here.
I see arguments that discourage mixed marriages (I feel strongly about this for myself:o) and accounts of other marriages that work out, etc.
But one thing occurred to me today that, although it’s been in my head, it wasn’t in the forefront of my mind but now that it’s popped up, I can’t stop thinking about it.
The one thing about a mixed wedding is that the Nuptial Mass would have to be forgone (if I’m not mistaken - correct me if I’m wrong). I heard that one thing is the Nuptial Mass is that both the bride and groom receive the Eucharist and without this Mass, only one person in the couple does.
Are there any other differences between a Nuptial Mass and a wedding without one?
I am not feeling comfortable at the thought of forgoing a Nuptial Mass somehow - I feel that I’d regret it later on if I didn’t have one (this is all hypothetical).