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As long as you are a baptized Catholic in good standing (i.e. no public scandal) and you intend to marry another Catholic, you may be married. Having received your First Communion is not necessary in order to be married in the Church, although it might be a fine thing to do in order to better participate in your nuptial Mass.

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Q: Is it possible to get married in a Catholic Church if you have not done your First Communion?
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