Can Catholic women marry and divorce orthodox men in the orthodox church?
No,In The Orthodox Church cant be married with different Reiligions.
Can I marry a Roman Catholic man in the Roman Catholic church who had been married before in the Orthodox Church?
Only if the man has had his original marriage annulled. The Catholic Church does not recognize divorce.
No, both must be Catholic to be married in a Catholic church (or the non-Catholic must sign papers promising to raise all children as Catholics, etc before the wedding is allowed). The Orthodox Church will marry a Catholic and an Orthodox in the Orthodox church, however. ANSWER: YES, of course a catholic may marry an orthodox in a Catholic Church just like a catholic may marry a protestant in a catholic church. There would need… Read More
no you can marry only once in catholic church
Can a divorced greek orthodox woman marry a catholic man in a catholic church if her first marriage was annulled by the greek church?
No, an Orthodox person cannot marry in a catholic church at all. The Orthodox church only allows this type of marriage (as an exception/by dispensation) to take place in an Orthodox church.
Yes. I am a Catholic who married a Greek Orthodox in the Greek Orthodox church (and no, I did not have to convert first).
Yes. While the Church does not encourage divorce, it allows a divorced person to marry again in an Orthodox Church, although the service is slightly different. You may need to check with your priest to see if you first need to obtain an ecclesiatical divorce, which is separate from a civil divorce.
Can a divorced Greek Orthodox man marry a Catholic woman in the Catholic church when his first marriage was annulled by the Greek church not the Catholic?
The answers is no, if he wasn't divorced,yes,because the catholic church recognises the orthodox church as valid since they were one church before.However if he is divorced he is not allowed in either catholic or orthodox. A Catholic can marry any non- Catholic, and it is recognized as a sacrament in the Catholic church. Only when the individual has been previously married there is an issue. In which case that individual must have their previous… Read More
Yes he can marry in the Catholic Church. Death of a spouse is the only form of 'divorce' recognized by the Catholic Church.
You can not marry in the Catholic Church and are considered as an adulterer if you marry without an annulment. The Church does not recognize civil divorce.
No. Not unless the Orthodox man is able to obtain an annulment.
No. It is prohibited to marry in a Greek Orthodox church twice. All members of the Orthodox faith, including the Catholic faith are required by religious laws to never allow second marriage in the church. To religous people, this is commiting adultery. You can't marry twice in the Greek, Eastern, and Russian Orthodox faith and you also can't marry in the Armenian,Roman,and Irish Catholic faith.
Roman Catholic Answer A Catholic woman may only marry if she is free to marry, meaning that she is not currently married, or bound by religious vows. If, along with a divorce, she received a decree of nullity from the Church (an annulment saying that her marriage was not valid), then she may marry. Otherwise, no.
Can a divorced Catholic man who married in a non denominational church re-marry in a Catholic Church with a Catholic woman?
Did you mean non-denominational? No catholic can remarry in a catholic church after a divorce.
As long as you are Christened you can marry in an Orthodox church - but you will need quite a bit of paper work translated. Roman Catholic Answer A Catholic is required to marry in front of a priest, preferably his pastor, or someone whom his pastor has delegated. He may marry elsewhere with a dispensation (if such a dispensation is given). You should talk to your parish priest about this.
Usually this is not allowed, as the Orthodox Church only accepts marriage between two Orthodox Christians as the correct way. In these cases, the non-Orthodox partner needs to become Orthodox first. However, especially in Western countries, some Orthodox Churches will allow a mixed marriage to take place, for example between an Orthodox and a Catholic, so long as the couple agrees to baptize and raise any children in the Orthodox Faith. The couple may also… Read More
Yes; assuming she has had a valid annulment through the Catholic Church.
He did marry her....but only after he broke from the catholic church and made the Church of England, in order to divorce his first wife.
There are two separate Ukrainian Churches, the Ukrainian Uniate Church, and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. All Uniate Churches are still in union with Rome, it is the Orthodox who left the Church in the twelve century. Uniate priests may be married before they are ordained, but all Catholic priests, regardless of their Rite, take a vow of celibacy, and may not marry after Ordination. Short answer? There may be married Ukrainian Catholic priests, but no… Read More
Yes if there is an annulment. No if there is a divorce.
Yes, as long as the spouse has been baptized the religion of the spouse doesn't matter.
He separated from the Catholic Church because he wanted a divorce fro Catherine of Aregon to marry Anne Boleyn, , however the Catholic Church did not allow divorce , that is the reason that the Church separated and became the Anglican Church of England.
as far as i know they share everything with the roman catholic church except priests can marry and the pope is not the head of there church
What if an American is married both in civil and church rites but had his divorce can he marry again?
Roman Catholic Answer If a person is validly married in the Church, they may only marry again on the death of their spouse; a civil marriage or a divorce would have no bearing on it whatsoever.
Generally speaking, you can only be married in one, not both, otherwise you are getting married twice. Many people choose to marry in an Eastern Orthodox Church, and then perhaps have a blessing ceremony in a catholic church. The reason for this is because an Orthodox Wedding is accepted by all catholics, but a catholic wedding is not always accepted by all Orthodox bishops. An Orthodox wedding is accepted as valid by both. Answer2 A… Read More
Yes, they can marry up to three times in an Orthodox Church.
Macedonian orthodox like Athenian orthodox and Thessalian, Epirotian, Thracian orthodox can all marry in the Greek Orthodox Church no matter where in Greece they hail from. The foreign church of the Former Yugoslav Republic is a schismatic church and not recognized by the ecumenical patriarchy of Constantinople as an orthodox church. Therefore no Greek, whether Macedonian, Athenian, Thessalian etc can marry in the church of the former Yugoslav Republic but the various ethnicities of the… Read More
Divorce does not exist within the Roman Catholic Church, but Catholics can apply for an annulment. If the marriage is deemed to have been invalid, it is declared null. The advantage of an annulment is that the Catholic is recognized to have never validly contracted marriage and is therefore free to marry. In most countries, Catholics can obtain a divorce from the secular authorities, without reference to the Church. A divorce allows the Catholic to… Read More
Who did Henry VIII want to marry badly enough to prompt his break with the Roman Catholic Church and the pope?
Henry VIII defied the church to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn.
Your bf is protestant and you are Catholic you have been married before If you want to marry each other who would marry us?
If you wish to be married in the Catholic Church and your first marriage was in the church, you will need to apply for an annulment (Catholic divorce) before you can remarry in the church. If you wish to marry in the protestant church, they do not have any laws that I know of that would prevent you from marrying in their church. If you have a civil marriage and no church marriage, then you… Read More
I'm not sure about the Greek Orthodox's Church perspective, but the divorced Roman Catholic woman is still technically in the sacrament of marriage with the man, until it is nullified by the Catholic Church.
When you marry in a Catholic church there is no such thing as divorce, and marriage is life long as it is a sacrament that God gives to the couple. From the moment they are married, they are no longer two but one, which reflects the love and unity of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, and His Church.
No, he did not persuade the Pope to grant him a divorce. Instead, he broke from the Catholic Church, set up the Church of England, and divorced Catherine of Aragon to marry Anne Boleyn
Of course not, if the marriage is not annulled, the person is still married, even if they have a civil divorce. A Pentecostal church will usually accept a civil divorce and not care whether or not the Catholic marriage had been annulled, and have no trouble marrying the couple. But the Catholic church will not accept this as a valid marriage, simply because it was a Pentecostal wedding not a Catholic wedding, the divorce/annulment issue… Read More
No, the church recognizes the marriage of the non catholic as valid. He would need to get an annulment by the church from that marriage. If he was married by a justice of the Peace to a Catholic, he may be OK since the marriage was not valid for the Catholic, but you need to check with a parish priest to be sure.
In order to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn, he broke with the Catholic Church and created the Church of England.
he wanted a divorce to catherine because she could not bear a child and he wants to marry mary. it is prohibited by the church.
Having divorced and remarried and former spouse has since died can I return to the Church and what are the rules?
The Catholic Church does not acknowledge divorce, so even though you had a civil divorce and re-married, this was not recognized by the Church. If your husband from your first marriage passed away, you can now have a Catholic wedding and marry your 2nd husband.
Yes, and generally speaking, conversion/chrismation is not required. However, this is done on condition that any children from that marriage are baptized in the Orthodox Christian Faith.
Roman Catholic Answer For purely selfish, sinful reasons, previously he was very supportive of the Church, until the Church would not cooperate in his wish for a divorce. To divorce, marry his mistress, and make her child a legal heir to the throne of England caused him to separate from the Church and start his own.
Is there anything against a Christian and a human being dating? Christians are human beings! And Catholics are Christians. Here are the four main branches of Christianity: * Orthodox (Greek Orthodox; Russian Orthodox, etc) * Catholic * Protestant * Non-denominational Christians The Catholic Church has traditionally encouraged its members to marry other Catholics; for this reason the Church encourages limiting steady dating to other Catholics. However, in practice Catholics in good standing frequently date and… Read More
If you are Catholic and your partner is orthodox and you marry in a Catholic church and have children can they be baptized orthodox?
Usually yes, so long as the godparent of the child is also Orthodox. If a Catholic marries an Orthodox (which strictly speaking is not permitted), but this is only allowed as an exception, if the couple agrees to baptize the child in the Orthodox Church. An Orthodox baptism is recognized by all Catholics, but Catholic baptisms are not recognized by all Orthodox, as Catholic baptisms are actually done by aspersion or sprinkling, rather than by… Read More
Orthodox priests could marry; Catholic priests could not
Prince William can not marry a Roman Catholic. King Henry the VIII wanted to divorce his first wife because she did not produce a male heir to the throne. King Henry asked the pope to approve the divorce and the pope refused and had him excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church. King Henry then formed the Church of England and refused any royal family from marrying a Roman Catholic. The Vatican has documents that King… Read More
Catholic Church The Catholic Church believes that people cannot get divorced, as they believe that once you are married you have sworn an oath to God, saying that you love that person and will stay with that person as long as you shall live. You have committed yourself to that one person and that you cannot go back, as you had sworn an oath to God. Church of England In the Church of England, they… Read More
In a nutshell - Henry wanted to divorce his first queen (Katherine of Aragon) in order to marry Anne Boleyn. The Roman Catholic church did not accept his reasons for wanting a divorce and Henry was excommunicated. He, with much help, started his own church which we now call the Church of England. His divorce was granted and he did marry Anne Boleyn.
No, for you to raise your children in the Orthodox faith, you yourself must go through the sacraments of the church. Marriage being a sacrament, you must raise marry in the Orthodox Church first before you raise your children as Orthodox.
Henry VIII made a new catholic church, the church of England. His only changes to the original catholic church was allowing divorce and him becoming the figure head instead of a pope. He did this so that he could divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn. This change was called 'The break with Rome'.
catherine didnt give him a male heir but the catholic church wouldn't allow him to divorce her
No, he wanted a divorce from Catherine of Aragon so he could marry Anne Boleyn the Catholic church would not grant him one( this is against the ?Catholic doctrine) so being head of the church he unilaterally broke away from the Catholic church and established what is today known as the Anglican Church
If divorced, you cannot marry another person in the Catholic church unless the the first marriage is first declared invalid, that is, annulled by the church. Neither can you marry another divorced person unless that person's marriage is annulled. The exception is if you were married the first time by a justice of the peace with no church involvement and both parties were catholic then you can marry in the church after the divorce. Other… Read More