Can a protestant get married on a Sunday?


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2012-07-09 19:35:40
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Yes. As long as you can get a pastor to do the ceremony, as they are generally busy on Sundays. You may have to be more flexible on the time. Getting married during a regular Sunday worship service is also possible, but most people don't.


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Most Protestant denominations allow people to be married on Sunday. There is usually not a rule against. It is simply a matter of tradition and decorum.

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She didn't. She married a Catholic King, although he was the heir to the throne at the time, that was Francois II of France, who died after a year. Then she married Henry, Lord Darnley who was a vacillating Protestant. Then she married James Hepburn, Lord Bothwell and he was Protestant. So she married three times and at least one was a Protestant.

Yes, no problem; unless priest decides he does not want to do Sundays. I was married on a Sunday.

in the catholic religion he cannot be married. in protestant religion he/she can marry and most do

If you mean in the Catholic Church: No, not if the Catholic was married in a valid Catholic ceremony - the previous marriage needs to be annulled. If the Catholic was married by a justice of peace, then the Catholic can be married without annulment, but then it depends on the protestant party - if married in protestant church that marriage will need to be annulled, unless the precious spouse was a Catholic and married by a Justice of Peace. So in general, no; Please talk with a priest.

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A:If the Protestant was previously married in a Catholic Church and does not wish to remarry in a Catholic Church, the answer would be no. Once divorced, he or she can get on with life without any concerns, and remarry if this is his or her wish.. .Catholic AnswerYes, if a Protestant wishes to marry a Catholic in a Catholic Church and they were previously married, the only way that this would be possible would be to seek and obtain an annulment. An annulment is not automatic, the protestant would have to prove that no valid marriage existed, you would need to speak with a priest about this. If they have previously been married in the Catholic Church and wish to do so again, the same situation would apply.

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Not true - Jews get married on Sundays, maybe other religions too.

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