Kerala church to set rules for inter-faith marriages

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 November 2020
The Syro Malabar Church will soon issue a set of guidelines instructing bishops to ensure that priests solemnizing the marriage between people of different faiths, called "disparity of cult" marriages, adhere strictly to the canon laws. The church took the decision after an interfaith marriage solemnized by a bishop a few days ago in Ernakulam kicked up a controversy.

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