Remember, your wedding only lasts one day, while your marriage will last a lifetime. So the question comes if you have prepared for those days together? Don’t worry if you have not or still figuring how to prepare, a simple list below shall help you both set on the right track for the same.
Since you are here and reading this, I shall assume that you are someone who is eager to prepare himself or herself for a wedding day, and more importantly to keep it Catholic! Been there and done that, is what I could say when it comes to researching online for ideas to have a creative wedding, and here are a few pointers I would want to share with you today.
When you said ‘The Creed’ last time, how did you actually say it? As a human or as a robot?
Check this video as it will open your eyes once more.
It was always my wish to listen to some hymns or catholic shows while on drive or working on something. Sadly in India all that you hear on radio is 50% Bollywood songs, 25% Advertisements and the remaining 25% multilingual songs like Chikni Chameli, Tere Mere Beech Mein, Love you, Kiss you and list goes on.
After my first discovery of having Whats App on my Laptop, I thought why not do some discovery of finding a App which streams Catholic programs, which if not drive, atleast I could listen when I am at home doing something. To my amazement I really did make some good discoveries, and feel quite proud about it no doubts. And yes it was time to share with you all too, if you have been looking for some similar search.
Few days ago, I had shared about Ash Wednesday. But recently I came to know that there are many more days which are observed by Christians which are hardly known by any, so here a little input on all.
Why 40 days?
The number forty has many Biblical references:
the forty days Moses spent on Mount Sinai with God (Exodus 24:18)
the forty days and nights Elijah spent walking to Mount Horeb (1 Kings 19:8)
the forty days and nights God sent rain in the great flood of Noah (Genesis 7:4)
the forty years the Hebrew people wandered in the desert while traveling to the Promised Land (Numbers 14:33)
the forty days Jonah in his prophecy of judgment gave the city of Nineveh in which to repent (Jonah 3:4).