Now...there's something constructive the emergency response team in the Archdiocese could do with their time.
Let's face it - the Catholic Church is exclusive to peopanimal marriages.
Cuenin and Bowers could open up a special chapel down on Cape Cod and make some serious pastoral progress in the advancement of dolphin dialogue.
I automatically assumed they were lesbians...but it appears this is a heterosexual couple.
"The peace and tranquility underwater, and his love, would calm me down," the excited bride said after the wedding.
They could assign Ethan Jacobs from Bay Windows to cover civil rights movement and Larry Kessler could have a concom concession stand in the lobby of the the Bowers/Cuenin honeymoon hotel beside the chapel.
After the ceremony was sealed with some mackerels, Tendler was tossed into the water by her friends so that she could swim with her new husband.
"I'm the happiest girl on earth," the bride said as she chocked back tears of emotion. "I made a dream come true, and I am not a pervert," she stressed.
Tendler said she and her newly wed husband will probably spend their wedding night bowling.
"But what kind of children would they have?" one of the children in the crowd asked his father.
Pardon my peopanimal ignorance - but is that what they call their sex?
Anyhoo - they got the children thing covered. Sources close to "our lady's peace and justice commission" tell me that they're working with Bryan Hehir to set up the katholic charities loving peopanimal couple adoption center at the Chancery.
McFadden has a press release ready to roll about the right wing zealots who are in schism with their churcheroo as we do not embrace the common good. "It's clear Chairman Hehir was just trying to obey the laws" - and Mayor Menino is planning the first annual peopanimal pride parade "I have always been for the civil rights of peopanimals."