Wedding ceremonies are a reflection of the couple’s religious, cultural and spiritual backgrounds. In interfaith wedding ceremonies, most brides and grooms wish to combine elements from their own wedding traditions. On the other hand, many couples desire no religious elements at all. Still others with to include only spiritual elements in their ceremony.
Interfaith wedding rituals are the expression of love and closeness between the bride and the groom. It is important, therefore, to design and incorporate the rituals and traditions which convey your personalities and feelings. Whether yours is a Jewish, Christian or Interfaith wedding, it is important that your wedding officiant is open to your needs and ideas, and has the ability to guide you through the process.
Pastor of St. Frances Cabrini Old Catholic Mission
Father Alex Oneto, OSF. Fr Alex was ordained in 2011 by the Bishop of the NACEC, Most Reverend David Doyle, in Providence R.I. Fr Alex Attended St Hyacinth’s College and Seminary, majoring in Philosophy and Theology. Fr Alex is also a US Navy Veteran having served as a Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class during the Viet Nam Era Conflict. He is additionally a Graduate of The Simmons College of Mortuary Science having graduated in 1976. Although Fr Alex is now retired he concentrates his time on this Mission and serves as Chaplain to both a National GLBT Military and Law Enforcement organization and for a New England based Police, Fire, EMS and Military organization. In November of 2013 Fr Alex was appointed as Chaplain to the Presiding Bishop, Installed as Pastor of the Parish and made Vicar of Military and Uniformed Services for the Jurisdiction of the NACEC.