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November 28, 1994 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The local newspaper advertisements aim at divorced Roman Catholics who, because they were once married, are barred from remarrying in their church. "Want a Catholic Wedding but Cannot Be Married in Your Roman Catholic Parish? Call the Priests of St. Matthew Church. An American Catholic Community." Such marketing has lured a booming wedding business to St. Matthew, a tiny church in Orange, where priests say they officiate at about 300 marriages a year. But St.
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November 28, 1994 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The local newspaper advertisements aim at divorced Roman Catholics who, because they were once married, are barred from remarrying in their church. "Want a Catholic Wedding but Cannot Be Married in Your Roman Catholic Parish? Call the Priests of St. Matthew Church. An American Catholic Community." Such marketing has lured a booming wedding business to St. Matthew, a tiny church in Orange, where priests say they officiate at about 300 marriages a year. But St.
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November 28, 1994 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The local newspaper advertisements aim at divorced Roman Catholics who, because they were once married, are barred from remarrying in their church. "Want a Catholic Wedding but Cannot Be Married in Your Roman Catholic Parish? Call the Priests of Saint Matthew Church. An American Catholic Community." Such marketing has lured a booming wedding business to St. Matthew, a tiny church in Orange where priests say they officiate at about 300 marriages a year. But St.
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