Another gay TV couple is marrying on ABC. Callie Torres (played by Sara Ramirez) and Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) will marry on the May 5 episode of the medical drama Grey's Anatomy.

Speaking to lesbian entertainment website, the actors said the couple will have a traditional Catholic wedding.

“Callie was raised Catholic and she loves her church and she loves her God, and that's OK,” Capshaw said.

“Arizona in the beginning of the episode has been an empowered woman who knows exactly who she is and has known all her life.” Ramirez said. “Callie has been on a different journey; she's investigating it and experiencing it and figuring it out as she goes, especially with her parents who are very Catholic – her mother in particular.”

“Callie starts to understand and embrace the notion that God is everywhere and that you don't have to be in a church to share God's presence of love and acceptance and to have a union with someone and a wedding and ceremony that means everything to you,” Ramirez added.

Grey's Anatomy is not the first ABC drama to feature the wedding of a gay couple. In 2008, Kevin Walker (Matthew Rhys) married his boyfriend Scotty Wandell (Luke MacFarlane) on the network's Sunday night drama Brothers & Sisters.

In both cases, the shows are set in states where gay marriage is not legal. Grey's Anatomy's Washington and Brothers & Sisters' California recognize gay and lesbian couples with domestic partnerships.