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As any man who is married knows, the only possible correct answer is the last one. I was told to show up with four other guys. All of us were to be clean, sober and dressed in evening wear. Otherwise, stay out of the way!:biggrin:
It is my opinion, that we should keep apart all religious and also social/public ceremonied from masonic rituals. I don't see any good in mixing them. What should a masonic wedding means to my wife, when she, on the other hand, cannot experience, what masonry means? And on the other hand, what should a quasi-masonic, down-graded ritual mean to me, if I have the full-scale masonic ritual in the lodge already?
No, such things are absolutely not my taste, although, it is known in Germany too. But seldomly done.
Just putting my new law book pages in and ran across the Grand Masters Decisions approved by Grand Lodge December 2, 3 and 4, 2010. It says "There is no authorized wedding ceremony for Texas Masons, and it would be a Masonic disciplinary Violation to engage in any ceremony purporting to be Masonic that is not approved by Grand Lodge. "