Friday, July 15, 2011

Yours Truly a Married Man!

July 2, a.D. 2011.

48 comments:

  1. Gratulor ex imo corde.

    Ecce sic benedicetur omnis homo, qui timet Dominum: et videas filios filiorum tuorum: pax super Israel.

    In Xo rege

    Jens Mersch

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  2. Whoa! Congratulations, John! I was wondering why the blog's been so quiet lately.

    Best wishes for a long and happy marriage!

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  3. "O Lord our God, crown them with glory and honor"
    (from the orthodox service of wedding)

    +Blessings from Greece

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  4. Congratulations! God bless you! :)

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  5. Anders Eriksson (Sweden)July 15, 2011 at 11:59 AM

    Congratulations! May God bless your life together!

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  6. Heartfelt congratulations to you and to your wife for this blessed and sacred event - from all the Rorate Caeli team! May your new life be filled with divine blessings.

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  7. Congratulations!! I wish you two a happy and fruitful marriage! Your wife looks so beautiful, and attractively modest, too.

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  8. John:

    Again all the best for you and N.
    Wonderful picture of you! And the priest is wearing a biretta.

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  9. Congratulations and prayers for you both.

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  10. a long-time readerJuly 15, 2011 at 3:32 PM

    Congratulations! All the best!

    God bless both of you!

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  11. Congratulations, I'll remember you both at the altar.
    Fr Ray Blake

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  12. Congratulations!!! Prayers for you both!

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  13. Congratulations!

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  14. Beautiful! Congratulations! More pictures!

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  15. Caption time!!!

    Mrs. Sonnen: "I'm so happy!!"
    JP Sonnen: "Hmmm...I see an unsuspecting Trinitarian walking down the street...where's my camera?!"

    (OK, having been a reader of your blog for several years, I sometimes have the silly impression that your days are entirely spent prowling around Rome and pouncing at unsuspecting cassock- or habit-clad priests and religious to take their pictures. Upon reflection, I realize what a silly idea that is and that you're probably a rather busy and sane person with a photography hobby. The idea of JP Sonnen: International Catholic Assassin-Photographer amuses me nonetheless.)

    Anywho, thank you so much for all the pics over the years, and congratulations on this most splendidly joyful occasion! You're in my prayers!

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  16. Congratulations! I hope for a blessed married life for the two of you. Btw, I called my girls over to see her gorgeous and modest dress. Father looks fantastic too. We can't wait to see him Sunday! God bless you both, Liz

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  17. How wonderful! Best wishes! May God bless you! Beautiful photo! Please add more.

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  18. My regards to you both!

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  19. Gosh, congratulations to you and many blessings on your beautiful bride.

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  20. My heartiest congratulations to you both and my best wishes and prayers for a joyous life together.

    Paul F Lewis

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  21. God bless you and your marriage!

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  22. Congrats! Guess being a Dominican is out!

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  23. Congratulations John (and to Mrs. Sonnen too!).

    I hope you will have a great and blessed marriage.

    God bless.

    S.

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  24. Best wishes to the lovely couple. Cherish every moment!

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  25. Congratulations!



    More pictures! Please!!!

    Beautiful wedding dress!

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  26. Congratulations!

    May God bless you and your wife! Best wishes!

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  27. Gratulationes! Omnia optima tibi et tuae pulchrae nuptae exopto. Centum annos!

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  28. Lecteur assidu de votre blog, je vous prie d'accepter mes plus Sincères félicitations ainsi qu'à votre charmante épouse.
    CM de la Costa de la Rocca

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  29. Congratulations and prayers to you and your wife, JPS, for a long and happy marriage. Beautiful!

    And one month after our own

    Down Under

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  30. Basato su una storia vera!

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  31. Tanti auguri! My wife and I were married on the same day! God grant you many blessed years!

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  32. Congratulations and God bless you both!!!

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  33. Ryszard (Polonia, Wratislavia)July 19, 2011 at 3:15 AM

    Réspice, quæsumus, Dómine, super hos fámulos tuos: et institútis tuis, quibus propagatiónem humáni géneris ordinásti, benígnus assíste; ut qui te auctóre jungúntur, te auxiliánte servéntur.

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  34. Congratulations to you and your wife, John!

    Will you still be living in Rome? And continue the blog as well?

    Love the bride's dress! And the priest looks pretty happy too!

    Barb

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  35. Congratulations John!

    John

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  36. Congratulations! You both look wonderful; may you always live within the grace of the sacrament.

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  37. Well, well, well, what a happy occasion!
    Congratulations to you and your pleasant wife.
    May GOD bless you!

    from Germany
    Laurentius

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  38. All the best to you and your lovely bride.

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  39. Many years! +++

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  40. Cogratulations!
    May God richly bless you and your lovely wife.

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  41. Congratulations!

    Oremus. Defende, quaesumus, Domine, beata Maria semper Virgine intercedente, istam ab omni adversitate familiam: et tot corde tibi prostratam, ab hostium propitius tuere clementer insidiis. Per Dominum nostrum Jesum Christum, Filium tuum, qui tecum vivit et regnat in unitate Spiritus sancti, Deus, per omnia saecula saeculorum. Amen.

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  42. Congratulations John and best wishes to your lovely bride!

    May your family be modeled after that simple family yet Holy Family from Nazareth!

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  43. So happy for you both. Congratulations!

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