You have to get an annulment before you can, then its ok...Roman Catholic AnswerThe Catholic view is that marriage is a sacrament that is indissoluble, so the Roman Catholic view of "remarriage" is that there is no such thing. You could have a second marriage is your first spouse died, or you can renew your wedding vows on your anniversary but there is not such thing as remarriage. The above answer concerning annulments is a little mistaken, an "annulment" is a decree stating that what looked like a marriage actually wasn't. An annulment is a decree of nullity, a formal statement issued by the Church that looked into a supposed marriage and decided that no sacramental marriage ever took place. If is was valid, then an annulment could not be issued.
Roman Catholic AnswerOf course, if the child is baptized, it is required that he be raised in the Catholic faith. If a child is not baptized, there must be reasonable assurance that he will be raised in the faith, to be baptized.
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The Roman Catholic Church does not recognize remarriage unless the couple was married outside of the Church. The nature of marriage is such that it can not be unbroken. Therefore, an annulment is not a divorce, but rather a recognizing that a marriage never took place. If some couple were to have their marriage annuled than they were never actually married and their "remarriage" would be their first. A widow or widower may marry.
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Pase click the following link to view the article that states the differences between the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic theologies.
The laws of the Catholic Church are contained in Canon Law. You may view the current Code at the link below. 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.
Euthanasia is considered immoral, it is a sin. It goes against Catholic teaching.
If you are talking about the singer Shakira, yes she is Roman Catholic she was born roman catholic and she went to a catholic school.
Roman Catholic AnswerYou are probably not going to believe this, but the pope of the Roman Catholic Church is actually a Roman Catholic.
There are Roman Catholic churches, basilicas, chapels, cathedrals, etc.
He is roman catholic. He is roman catholic.