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Answered 2016-03-20 05:48:36

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Ah, don't take this the wrong way, but you can't. When you have been baptized as a Catholic you are bound to certain things for the rest of your life. Should you quit attending the Sacraments and beginning attending a Methodist Church, it is not called converting, it is called Apostasy and is one of the most serious sins imaginable. If you are thinking of this for some reason, please call your priest, schedule an appointment, and sit down and discuss your reasons for thinking you would like to do this.

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Methodism recognises Catholic baptisms as baptism into the universal Church. According to this view, if you have been baptised as a Catholic you have also been baptised as a Christian and can fulfil the obligations arising from that baptism as easily in the Methodist Church as in the Catholic Church. All you need to do is to begin attending your local Methodist church.

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Just begin attending Methodist services at your local Methodist church. Get to know the pastor and the members, and they can guide you through the process of joining. You don't have to do anything formal to terminate your membership in the Catholic church; your involvement with the Methodists and your joining them will bring about an informal but real excommunication from the Catholic church.


The divorced Catholic not married in church cannot marry a divorced Methodist in the Catholic Church as the Catholic church recognizes the Methodist marriage as valid. The Methodist would have to go through the Catholic annulmemt process. Check with the local pastor to be sure.


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It depends, if the Methodist woman's marriage was annulled in a civil court, or if she was divorced and annulled in a protestant church: it would still need to be annulled by the Catholic Church. The Church *always* defends the bond, except in rare open and shut cases. You need to speak to a priest about this. If the woman's marriage is annulled by the Catholic Church, THEN you must receive permission from the Bishop for a mixed marriage, or she could convert.


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