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The Church discourages such marriages as a rule, because “she is the most desirous that Catholics be able in matrimony to attain to perfect union of mind and full communion of life” (Paul VI, Matrimonia Mixta).
However, Paul VI continues, we have a God-given right to marry, which the Church respects by providing legislation for marriages even between Catholics and non-Catholics.
Yes, there may still be a sacramental marriage present, and that's a big deal. If it goes far enough, that kind of behavior can cross the line into being sinful even for those who are free to marry. Again, it may or may not be sinful, but it is definitely setting you up for a possible disappointment. That's why individual judgment and prayerful discernment become so important in these situations.
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So apparently you all like talking about annulment. Most single Catholics — at least those of us "of a certain age" — deal with the subject either directly or indirectly in our dating lives.
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In 1996 she conducted a national seminar for single adults in Uganda, Africa.
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