Wedding St. Clements Parish Ottawa for Emmaline & Skylor on a beautiful sunny June day filled with all their closest friends and family. This stunning church and super kind father made everyone feel extremely welcome. It was sad that we couldn’t fill the room with more people, but they were kind enough to stream it. What a nice way to help out this cute couple on their wedding day, especially since Emmaline’s family was in the US. If you are still on the fence about booking a wedding photographer, check out this blog with questions you should ask.
Wedding for Emmaline & Skylor – St. Clements Parish
Given the timing of the most recent lockdowns, these two have shifted dates numerous times. Luckily the Parish of St. Clements was flexible and able to accommodate the changes. Churches have often been granted more leniency when it comes to being able to practice faith. This means that wedding as well have been able to happen at churches faster than anywhere else. St. Clements also offers Mass and the administration of the Sacraments in the traditional Latin form of the Roman Rite according to the liturgical norms of 1962. This was my first time experiencing Latin at a ceremony, however it was beautifully done. Wedding at St. Clements Parish Ottawa is one for the books!
“The story of St. Clement Parish represents an impressive chapter in the history of the endurance and stability of the traditional Latin liturgy within the Roman rite of the Church. It is the oldest Traditional Mass Community in Canada and the first parish in the world to be established after Vatican II to meet the needs of the faithful attached to the Traditional Roman Rite, otherwise known as the “Tridentine” Mass or “Extraordinary Form.” Mass is celebrated daily, preceded by the opportunity for confession..”