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No, as long as he & his x-spouse are divorced. Then it is fine.

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Q: If your fiance's ex-spouse gets married does he still need an annulment to get married in the church?
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Does a non-Catholic have to get an annulment to get married in the Catholic Church?


Can a couple be married in the Catholic Church if one of them has been previously married in the Church and is now divorced?

No, not without an annulment.

Does a Catholic need an annulment if he was married by a Baptist minister to a Baptist woman and they later divorced?

If you were not married in the Catholic Church, this marriage was not recognized and therefore not necessary for an annulment.

If you were married in a courthouse and got divorced do you need an annulment to be married a second time by a Catholic priest?

The only time you need to have an annulment is if one or both of you were married in the Catholic ChurchAnswer: Yes you'll need to obtain an official decree of annulment from the Catholic Church before you can be married again, this time in the Church. Such an annulment can be obtained pretty quickly though. Contact your parish priest.

Can a divorced non-Catholic not married in a Catholic Church remarry in a Catholic church without an annulment?

No, the divorced non-Catholic needs an annulment since the Church recognizes most marriage as valid.

Does your husband who is non-Catholic need an annulment if he was not married in the Catholic Church and you are a Catholic and you want your marriage blessed?

Yes, he does if he was previously married.

Does a Protestant need an annulment if married in the Catholic Church?

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.

If you married in Virginia by Justice of Peace and shortly after married to same person in California in Catholic church and the marriage is annulled in California does the annullment cover Virginia?

Yes, it does - the annulment by the catholic Church is universal.

Can you receive communion if you were not married by the church and divorced?

You may receive communion as a divorced Catholic, but not upon remarriage, unless you first have an annulment. This is true regardless of where your marriage was performed because all marriages are presumed valid. The church will consider you married until you receive an annulment, but you have not sinned simply by being divorced.

Can you get an annulment after you have been married for 6 months?

If two Catholics were married in the Catholic Church, only the Catholic Church can annual the marriage. The duration of the marriage is irrelevant. This is not an easy step to take, and there is no certainty that it will be granted. If only one of the partners was Catholic, and the marriage was not preformed in the Catholic Church, then it is only necessary to have the diocesan office confirm that there was no marriage that needs annulment.

Does Anglican marriage have to annuled to marry in the Catholic Church?

Roman Catholic AnswerThe only way that you can be married in a Catholic Church if you are not already married. So, if you are married, and it was in the Anglican Church, then you would indeed need an annulment if you wished to marry someone else in a Catholic ceremony.

Does a divorced Baptist woman need an annulment to marry a Catholic in the Catholic Church?

No. An annulment in the Catholic Church only annuls a marriage performed in a Catholic Church.

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