So I have a question of etiquette. I’d write Emily Post, but I’m on a tight schedule.
In about a month I’m going to be a guest at a Jewish wedding ceremony. Let’s say I plan on getting up in the middle of the ceremony in order to shout a liturgical reading from Corinthians towards the bridge and groom, and start passing out blessed hosts and wine to the guests, in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Now, they haven’t asked for me to do any of this, of course, but I figure that it’s just a nice way to spread wedding day cheer in a Christian society.
That shouldn’t be perceived as rude, should it? I mean, you’re not some kind of secularist, launching a War on Christian Marriage, are you?
Happy holidays, y’all.