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I am Roman Catholic and my fiancee is Catholic, but not Roman Catholic. We want to marry in the church. We need advice on how to do this.

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At least one of the party needs to be a Catholic to be married in the Catholic Church.


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I'm afraid to say that you do not become a catholic by getting married in a Church. To become a catholic you need to be baptized in a Catholic church.


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No, a Catholic may not receive Communion if he or she were not married in a Catholic Church. To be in full communion with the Church the couple must first regularize their marriage with the Church.


Because he never married in a catholic church before, so for the catholic he is not married. Answer to your question is : Yes


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i am a catholic girl got married to a Muslim guy in the court wanting to get married in the church also so want to know what are the requirements to get married in a catholic church


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