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Catholic christians who are in a state of grace i.e. they have validly confessed their last mortal sins.

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Roman Catholic Answer Because without Baptism, you can not validly receive any of the other sacraments.

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Because the Catholic Church does not recognize the validity of Episcopal ordinations, their Mass is not celebrated validly and does not fulfill the requirements on the Catholic faithful according to Canon Law. In response to above answer: The Episcopal Church does not have a "Mass". It has a service. More and more the word "Mass" is being applied to the Episcopalian Service. It is a misnomer in the Episcopalian context. Also I'm not sure what's meant by "Catholic faithful" since the Episcopal Church is called The Holy Catholic Church to distinguish it from the Roman one.

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The Catholic divorcee must receive a declaration of nullity (a process to determine whether the marriage was invalid from the very beginning). If the divorced Catholic is granted a declaration of nullity then that person was never validly married and may contract marriage. Talk to your Diocesan Tribunal to get the process started.

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As a Catholic, you cannot be validly married anywhere else besides a Roman Catholic church. If you get permission from your Episcopalian Bishop, the Episcopal Church will recognize your marriage in a Roman Catholic church.


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