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Anonymous Alison wrote:

Hi, guys —

I was non-Catholic and married in a civil marriage. I later became a Catholic and raised my children as Catholics.

My husband did not join the Church. He desired a divorce which was granted though the courts.

  • If I meet someone and wanted to remarry, could I get married in the Catholic Church?



  { Being divorced via the courts, if I meet someone and want to remarry, can I marry in the Church? }

Eric replied:


You really need to sit down with your pastor and discuss the situation.

In all likelihood you would need a declaration of nullity (an annulment) to remarry, although there may be other options.


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