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U.S. bishop wows Royal Wedding with impassioned sermon on love
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19 May 2018
On 19 May 2018 Reuters reported:
African-American bishop Michael Curry electrified the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with a barnstorming sermon on the power of love that won smiles in the ancient British chapel and praise across the internet. 'There's power in love. Don't underestimate it. Don't even over-sentimentalise it,' he said at the start of an address that jolted the congregation after a long period of serene choral music and ceremony. Members of the royal family, including Harry's brother Prince William, could be seen on TV smiling during the lengthy address.
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Leaving the prepared text of his speech far behind him, he told them [the congregation] that love was not just for young couples but part of God's plan with the power to change the world.
'We will let justice roll down like a mighty stream and righteousness like an ever-flowing brook. When love is the way poverty will become history,' he said channeling Dr King channeling the Bible in a rare nod to politics during a highly orchestrated British state occasion.
Curry grasped the lectern, then waved his arms to punctuate his points, shaking the candles in front of him. 'Love God, love your neighbor. And while you're at it, love yourself,' he said in a sermon that used the world 'love' just short of 70 times.
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