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How are Catholics to view Protestant marriages?

Question:

How are Catholics to view Protestant marriages?<br />

Answer:

Generally speaking, Protestants have two valid sacraments, baptism and marriage, although they usually do not consider marriage to be a sacrament. Assuming the husband and wife are both validly baptized and that there are no impediments to the marriage, the Church presumes Protestant marriages to be both valid and sacramental.

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