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Updated: Nov 25, 2018

Wedding at St. Hugo of the Hills Stone Chapel, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

Meghan and Kirk were married in a beautiful ceremony officiated by Reverend Monsignor Anthony Tocco at St. Hugo of the Hills Stone Chapel. The stately Norman Gothic, 250-seat structure with its 56-foot tower is fashioned after the Abbey at Cluny. Built in the 1930’s, it greets worshipers with a beautiful blend of stone and wood.

We began the ceremony with Trumpet Voluntaire for the seating of the grandparents and parents followed by Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring for the bridal attendants. Meghan processed with her father in a gorgeous gown and veil to the ever popular Canon in D.

Gale Jolly, Godmother of the Bride and Bryan Baines, Godfather of the Groom, conducted the readings while David MeLampy, Uncle of the Bride, offered the Prayers of the Faithful. St. Hugo Organist, Mitchell Garcia and Vocalist Ed Guay performed for the communion and rendered a lovely Ave Maria for the Flowers to Mary.

Wedding of Meghan and Kirk at St. Hugo of the Hills Stone Chapel, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

St. Hugo’s states on its wedding page; The love in a married relationship is exemplified in the total gift of one’s self to another. It’s this self-giving and self-sacrificing love that we see in our other model of marriage, the relationship between Christ and the Church. The setting of St. Hugo’s Stone Chapel provided the perfect backdrop for the start of this couples journey as husband and wife.

St. Hugo of the Hills

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