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Maureen E. Fircamond wrote:

Hi, guys —

If a Catholic was never married in the Church but separates from his or her husband or wife, keeps to him or herself, meaning they have no other relationships for the rest of their lives:

  • Does Jesus also love them — they have devotion to Christ and love him dearly?

Thank you.


  { Does Jesus also love those who have separated from their spouse and have not remarried? }

Bob replied:

Dear Maureen,

Of course Jesus loves them, even when they have messed things up a bit. They could make their relationship with him great by following His commands and living out their life of faith with the Church.

In other words, practice real devotion.

Receive the Sacraments:

  • go to Confession
  • go to weekly, or even daily, Mass and receive Him in the Eucharist.

  • Jesus probably wants to capitalize on the time to take things to the next level, so why not oblige him?


Bob Kirby

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