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Friar Laurence agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet because he sees their union as
a foolish endeavor that can only lead to tragedy.
an ordinary marriage, much like the countless others he’s conducted.
one that might end the feud between their families.
proof that Romeo has recovered from his sadness over Rosaline.
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I looked it up. Friar Laurence tells this to Romeo in Act 2, scene 3 just after he had agreed to secretly perform the marriage ceremony in his cell, confirming the two lovers' bond. His remark expresses his hope that the marriage would be received with joy by the houses of Capulet and Montague and thus bring to an end the age-old strife between the two families.
So that would mean it's C, One that might end the feud between their families.