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The Marriage Ceremony uniting Wenalyn Bardenas and Raymund Emperoa Lagdamat

Saturday, the thirtieth of November Two Thousand Thirteen

Balamban Roman Catholic Church Balamban, Cebu

The Wedding Party


Officiant..Father Charles Patorno Parents of the Bride.....Stephen and Antoinette Campanella Parents of the Groom.. John and Catherine O'Malley Grandmother of the Bride... Alice Campanella Grandparents of the Groom. Edward and Pat Flynn Maid of Honor..Amy Campanella, Sister of the Bride Bridesmaids..Mary Levinson, Childhood Friend of the Bride ..Catherine O'Malley, Sister of the Groom ...Sarita Diaz, College Friend of the Bride Best Man...Alex Woodward, College Friend of the Groom Groomsmen...Luke Bereson, College Friend of the Groom ...Stephen Campanella, Jr., Brother of the Bride ...Eddie Williams, Childhood Friend of the Groom Organist. Vocalist.

The Ceremony
Prelude "The Wedding Song" by Stookey Seating of the Families

Entrance Rite
Processional "Trumpet Tune" by Purcell Entrance of the Bride "Bridal Chorus" by Wagner Opening Prayer Father Charles Patorno

Liturgy of the Word


First Reading, Genesis 2:18-24 Amy Campanella Respnsorial Psalm, "The Earth is Full of Beauty" Second Reading, 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:8 Marie Campanella Gospel Acclamation, "Celtic Alleluia" Gospel Reading, Matthew 5:1-12A Father Charles Patorno Homily

Rite of Marriage

Exchange of Vows Blessing and Exchange of Rings A circle is the symbol of wholeness, perfection, and unity. Like circles, their rings have no beginning and no end. They are tokens of the growing relationship that Susanne and Alex have come here to celebrate and confirm. Lighting of the Unity Candle "Ave Maria" by Shubert Susanne and Alex are going to light their Unity Candle, a symbol of their relationship and love. The candles from which they light it have been lit by their parents to represent their lives to this moment. The lights, representing the faith, wisdom, and love they have received from their parents, are distinct, each burning alone. Susanne and Alex will light the center candle to symbolize the union of their lives. As this one light burns undivided, so shall their love be one. May the radiance of this one light be a testimony of their unity. May these candles burn brightly as symbols of their commitment to each other, and as a tribute to their parents' everlasting love for them. Prayer of the Faithful John O'Malley Sign of Peace Concluding

Rite

The Lord's Prayer Final Blessing Recessional "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn

Order of Processional

Groom and Parents ------------------------------------------------------Principal Sponsors ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Candle Sponsors ------------------Veil Sponsors -------------------------Cord Sponsors -------------------------------------

Bridesmaids ---------------------------------

Groomsmen ------------------------------------------

Maid of Honor ----------------------------

Best Man ---------------------

Flower Girl

Ring Bearer

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Bride and Parents ----------------------------------------------------------

Filipino Wedding Traditions Principal Sponsors (Ninongs and Ninangs) These family members act as Godparents to the Newlywed couple, guiding and supporting them through married life. Presentation of Arras (Coins) The groom gives the bride thirteen coins, which represent the sharing of resources with each other. This also signifies the hope for future prosperity and the promise to take care of one another. Lighting of the Unity Candle The candles symbolize the Light of Christ, the same light received at Baptism and now receive again to lead them in their new life as a couple. The flames represent the love that the couple should always keep burning in their hearts for one another throughout their married life. Presentation of the Veil The veil draped onto the couple symbolizes purity and Gods Protection of the marriage. Presentation of the Nuptial Cord The cord is a symbol of the couples bond. They are no longer two but one in their new life as a couple.

To our family and friends, who have shared our lives. You have honored us by your presence today. To our parents, for their unconditional love and support. This day would not have been possible without you.