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lance all mighty was left on cutting room floor(3 posts)

lance all mighty was left on cutting room floorandy02
Jan 7, 2004 9:26 AM
If you saw Bruce all mighty on DVD and watched the extras then you see an section with god saing he made a deal with Lance. Lance is never in it just a blue screen where they could but him in. It is kind of funny that Lance doesn't belive and they tried to put him in this movie.
I don't think he ever said he didn't believeColnagoFE
Jan 7, 2004 10:00 AM
I think he said he din't subscribe to organized religion...big difference. He still said he had his own brand of spirituality and considered himself a spiritual person. His wife is Catholic and they are raising their kids Catholic. Wonder how they got married without his being a practicing Catholic? Was it in a church? If so how did they get around that? I've known people who had previous marriages that the Catholic church refused to allow to marry in a church.
Catholic marriagePaulCL
Jan 7, 2004 10:38 AM
As a (non-practicing)Catholic married to a non-Catholic (Methodist)- the church will allow the marriage even if one of the couple isn't Catholic. Generally, if the couple is willing to go through the pre-marriage class (Precana or something like that) and raise their kids as Catholic, its' OK with the church.

Personally, I didn't care. The Methodist marriage ceremony takes 20 minutes vs. 60+ for the Catholic ceremony. Also, the pre-marriage counseling with my wife's minister lasted 20 minutes vs. 8-10 2hour sessions with a priest. To say the least, we got married in a Methodist church sans priests. My wife didnt' want to get married in a Catholic church. My family wasn't too upset either way. Besides, we got married at ages 27 - not exactly kids. We did what we wanted to do, not what our parents wanted. It was easy since I hadn't gone to church in over a decade.