“South Korea’s Unification Church has held a mass marriage, with 3,500 couples from 70 countries tying the knot.
The ceremony on Sunday was the 1st since the death of its leader and founder, Reverend Sun Myung Moon.
About 20,000 church officials and followers gathered at Cheongshim Peace Centre in Gapyeong, south of Seoul, and 7,000 of them exchanged marriage rings.”*
The Unification Church in South Korea held a mass marriage of thousands of couples from 70 different countries. Some of them can’t even speak each others’ languages. Is this an effective way of “unification.” Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.
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