People choose to get married in a church because it is traditional. Others choose to get married in a church because it is associated with their faith.
In a church or at the town hall
Because their faith demands it.
i have no clue
In my mind, they should be, but they do not have to be.
Two divorced people are, in the eyes of the Catholic Church, still married to their first spouses. There is no special blessing for married Catholics who want to pursue an intimate relationship with someone other than than their spouse.
The Catholic Church does not require a blood test. The people that issue marriage licenses may require a blood test, regardless of what church you are getting married in.
I think this is allowed in most churches. Check yours, as they all are different.
He was married at matha's vineyard. He wasnt married at a church at all.
muhammad (saw) didn't get married in a church he got married in a masjid
In reality, you do not have to go to church regularly to be married in a church. However, you need to be a follower of that church's religion to be married there, and going to church is a part of being a "good" follower.
There are many religious people who do not get married in a church. Many people are married by an ordained minister, pastor or priest on beaches, at resorts, friends homes etc. Regardless of where you are married, the ceremony usually involves inviting God to your wedding. The other option, and many people do this, is to have two ceremonies. One in the church and then the other at the location of your choice. This dual option will most likely cost more money. There are many people who also believe God is everywhere at all times. I am sure He would be more than happy to attend outside of the church. This is a matter of opinion. Since the institution of marriage predates the institution of the church by thousands of years, it seems obvious that "church weddings" are not necessary in order to be married in God's eyes.
You can only get married in a Catholic Church when the union is not contrary to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
You can never get married in a church at 16 you have to wait until you are 18.
Yes, the could the church isn't just the home of god, its the hove of life and love, let's go with that.
If you are going to get married in a Church and follow the laws of the Church, why would you lie about it?
You cannot get married if you are already married. A church may be willing to bless your marriage.
AnswerYes. The church is required by law to verify that you are not already married, before performing your marriage. They therefore need to know that you have been married before and that you are now divorced and can be married again. Also, some churches will not perform marriages for divorced people, and are then entitled to know whether you have already been married.If being honest with your church minister results in the church declining to marry you because of your divorce, you may either look for another church or talk to a marriage celebrant, who can perform a civil wedding if you are divorced.
Because they are married to the Church. So they can't be married to the Church and a woman.
Muslims can't get married in a church. One or both parties have to be Catholic.
the wonderful gothic used to be a church where people could get married.
Because - while they may recognise the sanctity of the ceremony, they may not be religious enough to want to conduct the ceremony in a church !
Yes, they can. My godmother was not married in a catholic church, and neither was my friend's.
Some religions are happy to remarry divorced people in Church because:If they were not the partner who wanted the divorce, then it is unfair to not allow them to remarry as everyone deserves a chance to be happyA second marriage in Church shows that the couple are taking their vows seriouslyGod wants everyone to be happyThe Church needs to move into modern times, otherwise people will leave.