Commerce has no shame -- it really doesn't. From 1919 to 1923, Lloyd Loar worked for the Gibson company, making F-5 mandolins whose quality has never been matched. So why is a Japanese company putting his name on theirs?
Would you ask someone else to die for your religious beliefs? A new proposal moving through Congress makes clear that the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops apparently expects everyone to die for theirs.
I know from personal experience the chances of failure are high. But as a person of faith, I believe these forever-after marriage vows are worth making -- that we may end up breaking a vow does not invalidate the importance of making it.