"The article 'Padres join forces for interfaith wedding (Nov. 2015, p. 10) triggered many memories of weddings I participated in at the RCMP Chapel in Regina. I was an [Anglican priest and] honorary chaplain there for 35 years and was involved in many weddings". One wedding involved an English-speaking Presbyterian RCMP bride and her French-speaking Muslim groom. "'No problem', I said. I arranged for a friend who was a United Church minister to preside in French. Interestingly, he was from India. At the conclusion of the service the groom was surprised when I said a blessing in Arabic, which had been taught to me by an Egyptian friend".