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I turned to Rabbi Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra’s commentary on Genesis. 1089–1167) from medieval Spain is highly regarded in traditional Rabbinical circles, and his commentary was highly commended by Maimonides (1135–1204). Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, or the acronym Rambam) has been considered the key figure in Judaism since the Temple was destroyed in AD 70.In fact, in the preface it says, “Ibn Ezra’s commentary constitutes a major contribution to Biblical Exegesis. On the one hand they live like in the middle ages in their private family and community life.
The differences are basically in culture and lifestyle.In 1967, a group of military officers seized power, establishing a military dictatorship that suspended many political liberties and forced the king to flee the country.In 1974, democratic elections and a referendum created a parliamentary republic and abolished the monarchy.I believe a dispensation from the bishop is required. The Catholic Church would not "bless" a wedding that has taken place somewhere else.
My suggestion is to talk to your local pastor about your options. In the Church's eyes there would have been no wedding and so nothing to "bless." You would have to be married in Church.
Thank you- Christine -- Christine ([email protected]), July 26, 2003 Christine, It is unlikely, due to the unfortunate situation between the Catholic & Orthodox Churches, that you will be able to celebrate your marriage with the 2 priests jointly performing the ceremony. If you are married in the Roman Catholic Church, the Greek Orthodox Church will not recognize the validity of the wedding and your fiance will be refused the sacraments.