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Cutié's Going To The Chapel, and He's Gonna Get Married

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The day when former-Catholic Priest Alberto Cutié and Ruhama Canellis were legally wed wasn't good timing, as we reported an alleged ex-paramore of Canellis's was arrested under shady circumstances and was suiting the couple. 


Well, The Herald is reporting that the two will have their church ceremony tonight, and considering public interest is else where at the moment, to say the least, the timing couldn't be better. 

Bishop Leo Frade of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida will be officiating the ceremony at the North Miami Beach's St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church in North Miami Beach (which, oddly enough,

we featured exactly a week ago in our photo of the day series

). About 50 people have been invited to the 7 p.m. ceremony. 


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