How many saints does the Catholic church recognize with the name of Valentine or Valentinus?
There are at least a dozen saints by that name, the best known is St. Valentine of Rome.
When will the Catholic Church recognize Martin Luther as a saint for what he did for victims of the Catholic Church?
Can I marry a Roman Catholic man in the Roman Catholic church who had been married before in the Orthodox Church?
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Does the Catholic Church recognize marriages in the Mormon Church between 2 people who are not Mormon?
The Catholic Church will recognize a marriage performed in a Mormon Church or by a Mormon Bishop as a legal marriage, but generally will not recognize it as a religious marriage unless the couple receives special permission from their Bishop. . Catholic Answer The Church recognizes all marriages between a man and a woman who are free to marry as lawful, if they are recognized as such by the state. The Church only reserves to…
Does the Catholic church recognize a marriage in another faith if the husband converts to Catholicism?
I presume you are talking about the 'Roman Catholic Church' made up of congregations entirely in union with the pope. There are thousands of Catholic parishes in California. There are a number of churches that call themselves Catholic but that are not - The American Catholic Church, The American Charismatic Catholic Church, for example, which do not recognize the pope as the leader of the Church.
Roman Catholic Church If you are referring to the "American Catholic Church", like any protestant "church" their baptisms are recognized as long as they are done with water, with the formula "I baptize you, N, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit; with the intention of doing what the Church does.
. Catholic Answer Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is rarely used by the Catholic Church. . The Catholic Church recognizes baptism done by anybody that is done with water that actually runs and is done with the proper words.
If you have converted to Catholicism will the church recognize your extant marriage to a non-Catholic?
If neither one of you were ever divorced, the Church will recognize the marriage. Even if one of you were divorced, an annulment can still be obtained. The Church generally recognizes marriages between non-Catholics as valid. The requirement to have a Catholic marriage only applies if at least one of the parties is Catholic at the time of marriage. The Catholic Church also teaches that non-Catholic marriages between non-Catholics cannot be dissolved except in extreme…
There is no such thing as the "Mormon Catholic Church". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is commonly called the "Mormon" church, and the Roman Catholic Church is usually referred to as the "Catholic Church". They are two different churches. January 6th is Epiphany and the end of the Christmas season in the Catholic Church, which celebrates Christmas from December 24 to January 6. The Mormon Church typically does not recognize or celebrate…
Does the Roman Catholic church recognize a marriage by a Catholic woman to a non-Catholic man not performed in a Catholic church?
Two baptized persons are recognized as married. [I'm pretty much certain that the answer below is wrong. The Church recognizes Protestant marriages as valid. While it would be illicit - i.e., wrongful - for a Catholic to marry outside the Church without dispensation, the marriage would still be valid. The Church would recognize the marriage - for example, they wouldn't need (nor would they be allowed) to be married again in a Catholic Church, as…
If the Catholic member of the party was married by a Justice of the Peace with no church minister involvement, the marriage is not recognized by the church. The marriage can be validated in the church if you so desire; the non-catholic party will need to witness your oath to raise any children of the union as Catholic, and vow to a permanent commitment. If the non-catholic was previously married, there may be other complications.