Jos, the Plateau State capital, witnessed an unusual event last Sunday as a Catholic church joined 52 men with 52 women in a mass wedding ceremony.
St. Moses Parish of the Catholic Church located in Tudunwada, Jos North Local Government Area, Plateau State, facilitated the tying of nuptial knots by the love birds who took turns to take marriage oaths before they were formally joined in holy matrimony.
The mass wedding was the first of its kind not only in Jos but the entire Plateau State. There had been
mass weddings before that day, but none of them involved more than 20 couples at a time.
The church witnessed the biggest crowd in its history. While the roads leading to the church witnessed the most hectic traffic congestion ever.
All the couples had been married in the traditional way and most of them had lived together in marriage for years. Many of them had even raised children and were looking forward to their grandchildren. But they felt that their lives were not complete because they had all along shut Jesus Christ out of their marriage.
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