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Divorce: What the Catholic Church Really Teaches

Rose Sweet

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Does the Catholic Church ever allow for divorce? Next, with Rose Sweet.

Questions Covered:

  • 19:15 - I am in my third marriage. I never have had any concept of a sacramental marriage. I always thought if things didn’t work out, you got a divorce. How can we do better in educating people who are getting married for the first time so they can have a lifelong marriage? 
  • 28:56 - What makes a marriage valid? 
  • 42:38 - Can a Catholic parent attend the second marriage of their child, outside of the Catholic Church? 
  • 46:40 - You mentioned that the Church tolerates divorce, but I disagree. The Catholic Church only recognizes annulment or separation. 

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