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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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The documentary series This Changed Everything: 500 Years of the Reformation includes a section in episode 1 about Martin Luther's marriage to Katharina von Bora. Dr. Frank James (President and … marriage on its head when he married a runaway nun, Katharina von Bora. In a society that views marriage as a financial and social contract, Luther's marriage is revolutionary. Dr. James: Well, there …
asked Sep 17 '18 by Thunderforge
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There are countless saints in the Catholic Church, and while many of them have been celibate, some have been married (e.g. Thomas More, Elizabeth Ann Seaton). Have any married couples been canonized …
asked Feb 20 by Thunderforge
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A prenuptial agreement typically outlines what happens in the event a marriage ends in divorce or some other dissolution of the marriage. This at first appears to be at odds with the idea of a … Catholic marriage being two people vowing to be married "till death do us part" (i.e. they are still married even if they are civilly divorced). Is a prenuptial agreement permitted for a Catholic marriage
asked May 5 by Thunderforge