So I'm not getting married for a while (a little under two years away), but I figured I'd get this question out while it's on my mind.
Now I really LOVE the St. Peter and Paul Basilica in Lewiston. It's probably the most beautiful church I've ever seen (and that's without seeing the inside). But I know how some big churches have some sort of policy about who can get married in the church, meaning that sometimes they only let people who go to the church get married in the church, so I got thinking about how I hope that isn't true with the St. Peter and Paul Basilica.
So my question is: Does the St. Peter and Paul Basilica in Lewiston have that kind of policy on who gets married there or is just anyone allowed to get married there?
Here's a link to a Wikipedia page that shows a picture of the church (unfortunately only just the front): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilica_of_Saints_Peter_and_Paul_%28Lewiston