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The dissolution of a marital union, not to be confused with annulment

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The short answer is "no," an annulment is not a Catholic divorce. Although the term "annulment" has come into common use, it is somewhat misleading, since it makes it seem as if an existing marriage … considered a kind of Catholic divorce, as it were, but a declaration of nullity cannot be so described. Some Background regarding the Sacrament of Matrimony To understand the difference, it is helpful …
answered Oct 14 '14 by AthanasiusOfAlex
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The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), issued by Pope John Paul II, says that reunion is the ideal that should be sought, if that is possible: Yet there are some situations in which living to …
answered Oct 16 '15 by AthanasiusOfAlex