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Is Catholicism the only religion to uphold the indissolubility of marriage? One might rather say that Catholicism is one of the last denominations to cave in to the social pressure for easy divorce. Consider a spectrum of reasons for divorce. Insanity where ones life is threatened Physical abuse Sexual infidelity Drunkeness, laziness, failure to support ...


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I feel that this question can be answered without a list. Honestly I learned throughout many leadership courses in the Navy that the only foolish question is the one that remains unasked. Therefore I feel that at least a Scriptural answer to this question may be appropriate. In our culture today many see divorce as a positive solution to a troubled marriage. ...


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"Blessing of a marriage", as explained by a canon lawyer and the staff of a Catholic parish, is a fairly standard laymen's term which can be used for one of two processes recognized by Catholic canon law as allowing a marriage to be recognized as valid in the Catholic Church. The Church's Code of Canon Law has a whole section on marriage (canons ...


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The issues with a Catholic marrying a non-baptized person in civil ceremony: Such a marriage according to Can. 1086 §1. is invalid. And according to Can. 1086 §2., a person is not to be dispensed from this impediment unless the conditions mentioned in cann. ⇒ 1125 and ⇒ 1126 have been fulfilled. It is not clear from the post whether these issues were ...



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