I just read the article. It was neatly done, and having not undergone a temple wedding myself, I only noted two things out of place…
No secret handshakes are learned. :rolleyes: This is gleaned from my sisters and far, far too many cousins who have undergone temple weddings.
The person who authorizes a temple recommend is not a “temple bishop.” He’s just a bishop. He and his crew are in charge of the organization of a particular ward or branch. A person seeking a recommend must also have an interview with the stake presidency. A stake is a group of several wards, thus a stake president is in charge of several wards.
Thank you for your unbiased information.