Gimmee a break
ALL 18th and 19th century marriages in Philadelphia are currently identified as occurring in "Philadelphia Monthly Meeting," as if all such marriages were Quaker. This is astonishing in its inaccuracy---the vast majority of such weddings were in churches of other faiths, and even the Quakers had more than one "monthly meeting" within the city limits, not just the one called Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.
Another glaring error occurs in identifying old St. Paul's Church in Philadelphia as Roman Catholic. It was, and is, Episcopal, as even cursory exmaination of the records reveals.
The churches in which people get married, baptised, etc are of obvious importance to people trying to identify ancestors and their likely connections, as well as those ancestors' faiths. One might expect the LDS to show greater attention to genealogical and indeed basic American history.