4th July 2003 at 01:00
Description of a church marriage ceremony from an RE GCSE paper: "The bride slowly walks down the isle to the altar. The altar is called an altar cause they altar it every time they use it. The bride's father gives her hand to the priest who passes it on to the groom."


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