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Do catholic rules apply to former catholics?

Formal defection would allow a person to marry validly outside the Church, but that is no longer possible. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formal_act_of_defection_from_the_Catholic_Church Canon 96: Can....
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Can step-siblings marry in Catholicism?

Q: Can step-siblings marry in Catholicism? A: Yes See my answer to the question you linked. Step-siblings share no affinity or consanguinity (assuming their relationship does not extend beyond that ...
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According to Catholicism, can "co-parents-in-law" marry?

Q: Can co-parents-in-law marry? A: Alice and Bob would be able to enter a valid marriage. This commentary of Canon Law gives some background. [Marriage] is invalid between persons related by ...
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Remarriage of divorced, where adultery doesn't occur until *after* the divorce?

In Catholicism, at least, both second "marriages" are invalid and are adulterous, as the "civil divorce" cannot actually dissolve the original marriage. CCC paragraph 2384 reads: ...
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Remarriage of divorced, where adultery doesn't occur until *after* the divorce?

In the case you described (given that the first marriage is consummated), the first person to physically unite with someone other than the first spouse commits adultery. This is expressly allowed as a ...
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