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Use this tag for questions about attitudes and doctrines regarding marriage. For questions relating specifically to same-sex marriage and polygamy, use the appropriate tags.

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)... Now, if a couple gets married and one of them is intoxicated to the state that meets the criteria for invalidity. Is this marriage invalid in the eyes of God even if the couple believe they got …
asked Sep 6 '17 by Grasper
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have sex and both are ok with it. They are both still fruitful though. Are they still required to perform sex within marriage so they can keep procreating or this is accepted as ok by the Church's teaching? …
asked Apr 6 '17 by Grasper
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a marriage was invalidly contracted, or less commonly, a judgement determining that sacred ordination was invalidly conferred. If the Catholic Church is saying that the marriage has never been … intended by God, does this also mean that the children who were born out of this marriage were never been meant to be born? If not, what is the Catholic Church's understanding/teaching about the children to be born this way? What is their legal and spiritual status? …
asked Feb 16 '16 by Grasper
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I read here point 33. If a marriage is declared null, does it mean that the marriage never existed? Not exactly. It means it did not exist in the way the Church says that marriages … exist. A declaration of nullity does not deny that a relationship existed. It simply states that the relationship that existed was not what the Church means by marriage. If it never existed …
asked Nov 7 '16 by Grasper
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What is the Catholic teaching on the way a wife needs to obey her husband? In Ephesians 5:22, we read: Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. (NIV) I'd like to kno …
asked Oct 29 '15 by Grasper
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I was reading and trying to understand Amoris Laetitia and came up with this question below. The documents talk about irregular couples and basically say that everyone undergoes different timing o …
asked Oct 9 '17 by Grasper