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If an annulment is granted, you are then free to marry in the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church upholds the permanence and sanctity of all marriages, whether they are Catholic or not.
Thus, in any case of a marriage of two non-Catholics, the presumption is that a marriage is valid whether it was done before a judge or a minister of another faith.
Mary Beth holds a bachelor's degree in organizational communication from the University of San Francisco, a master's degree in Theology of Marriage and Family from the John Paul II Institute, and an honorary Ph. in communications from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.
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If the tribunal finds that yours was validly contracted—then, you’re married in the eyes of the Church, and hence won’t be able to re-marry in the Church as long as your current spouse lives.
So, it’s dangerous to start seriously dating when the status of your previous marriage is still uncertain.
So you’re going to have to go down to this office here, ask to speak to this person, and start the process of letting my Church ask you, and your ex and all of your family and friends, highly personal and invasive questions about every aspect of your relationship. But if you are already seriously involved with someone who is divorced—of any faith —that is exactly the conversation you need to have. Because the best time to find out if you can actually marry each other is before you fall in love—not after.
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Will you and your beloved agree to part as friends?
Or will you, as many do, choose your beloved over your faith, marry outside the Church and cut yourselves off from the sacraments?
I realize this all gets trickier when it’s your beloved who was previously married.
If you are Catholic, or you intend to marry a Catholic, the Catholic Church can perform such an investigation to determine your freedom to marry.
The Catholic Church does not believe a person can divorce and remarry; the only option is to petition for an annulment to determine if a marriage bond exists as it is understood by the Catholic Church. An annulment should be petitioned for if: If I am not Catholic, why do I need to petition for an annulment? He was previously married to a Buddhist woman in a civil marriage. We had a Catholic priest just do the marriage ceremony and we did not have the full on wedding mass.