Divorce and remarriage for Catholics?
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Divorce and remarriage for Catholics? by Stephen J. Kelleher

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Published by Image Books in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English


  • Marriage -- Catholic Church,
  • Divorce

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Edition Notes

StatementStephen J. Kelleher.
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p.
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20779098M
ISBN 100385113714

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An excellent book. Main take-away: my previous understanding of the "divorce and remarriage issue" was so limited, so ignoring (not even knowing about) all the OTHER passages (beyond Jesus' words in the gospels) relating to divorce and remarriage/5(48). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: What is the problem? --Marriage and divorce in scripture --Marriage and divorce in theology --The meaning of marriage --The perfection of marriage --Preparation for and perseverance in marriage --The importance of good marriage laws --The intolerable marriage . When Catholics Divorce: New Book Corrects Some Misconceptions. This is why Dziena teamed up with Woodeene Koenig-Bricker to write a book called Catholic Prayer Book for the Separated and Divorced. This book should not be used to encourage divorce, for the Bible makes it clear that God intended from the beginning for married people to make a life-long commitment to each other. On the other hand, it takes two to make a marriage, and it is often the case that only one marriage partner really wants to make the marriage work.

Scripture Gen. – we see that, from the beginning, husband and wife are joined together by God and become one body. A body cannot be dismembered and still live. Mal. – God says “I hate divorce.” These are strong words from our Lord. Divorce and remarriage violates the sacred marital covenant between a [ ]. will i am books house. Menu. Home; Home» Bishop Geoffrey Robinson» Geoffrey Robinson» Read Marriage, Divorce & Nullity: A Guide to the Annulment Process in the Catholic Church on-line. Read Marriage, Divorce & Nullity: A Guide to the Annulment Process in the Catholic Church on-line will i am. Add Comment Bishop Geoffrey Robinson. The only reason the Catholic Church considers annulments is because there are cases in which at least one partner in the relationship was found to be unfit to commit themselves to a lifetime relationship at the time the vows were taken. It is Scripture itself — Jesus’ words — that say that divorce and remarriage equal adultery.   Matthew has the disciples react all too humanly to Jesus’ total prohibition of divorce” (ibid., ). Finally, “if Matthew were espousing adultery as grounds for divorce, he would soon run up against grave practical difficulties. In this hypothesis, Matthew would allow divorce and remarriage for a husband and wife who had committed adultery.

  Divorce & Remarriage by Jim Blackburn “explains Church teaching on the indissolubility of marriage and examines the pastoral and canonical realities for Catholics who wish to end their common life and marry another.”. Blackburn provides a lot of clarity to a complex and challenging component of Church teaching. Overall, I thought he did a good job cross .   With divorce and remarriage, our constant tradition is a little more complex than, “if you divorce your spouse and marry another, you can’t go to communion,” but not much more complex. Forgiveness of the sin of adultery would include, .   “Remarriage in the Catholic Church” is addressed to persons who lost their spouse to either death or divorce. (Note that if a divorced person wants to marry in the Catholic Church, he or she must have obtained an official declaration from the Church that their first marriage was invalid). Our powerful program features real-life testimonies and top Catholic experts. This DVD series with leader support makes it EASY for you to have a vibrant, healing ministry. It's not a substitute for necessary professional, legal, or therapeutic needs, but we offer the truth about love, marriage, divorce, and recovery from a faithfully Catholic.