Patrick Madrid took a call from a woman who was abandoned and knows her marriage is valid. The husband is now cohabiting with his adulterous partner and has entered a so-called second marriage. The caller was questioning if she was sinning by her anger and correction of the “other woman.” Patrick Madrid says there is […]
I had to chuckle recently because I suspect that deceased Msgr. Cormac Burke is sending some guardian angels to help Mary’s Advocates (May he rest in eternal peace!). Msgr. Burke was a judge at the Roman Rota from 1987 to 1999, and when I started doing my research about the flood of annulments issued by […]
Two separated-faithful partnered to produce a poignant recording. Catherine from Georgia USA and Garrick in Australia created "If Screwtape Wrote on Marriage." A New Screwtape Letter about How to Tempt Someone Standing for Marriage “The Screwtape Letters” by C.S. Lewis is a Christian classic which follows letters written by a senior demon named Screwtape to [...]
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Catholic Marriage governed by the Code of Canon Law has very limited grounds for permanent separation of spouses. Bai explains the canon law about marriage, separation and divorce.
Upholding marriage against no-fault divorce.
Limiting primarily to civil law, in a very conversational manner, Bai explains the unique Ohio Laws that protect a reliable spouse and children from forced/unilateral no-fault divorce. Thereafter, she covers some constitutional problems with forced/no-fault divorce applicable to the whole country. FIRST. Ohio Laws: minute 0:0 – 23:55. SECOND. U.S. Constitutional Issues: minute 23:55- 44:13).
Bai was invited to speak in Rome at a symposium was hosted by the Kolbe Center for Creation and Human Life International Rome. All the presentations were printed and given to the bishops that participated in 2015 bishops synod. ... MORE
True Marriage Proclamation Set
Wedding or Anniversary Gift. The state requires a bride and groom to get a state license when contracting marriage, but the state does not require parties to sign the terms of their own marriage agreement. A man and woman can sign their wedding promises as a keepsake, and designate a 3rd-party arbitrator to manage any marital issues in accordance with the Catholic Code of Canon Law, or the Bible.