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Michael Burgio wrote:

Hi, guys —

I'm a life long Catholic, and my ex-wife divorced me. I did sign the divorce papers.

Can I re-marry, and if I can, Can I re-marry in a Catholic Church?

Thank you. I look forward to your response.

Mike Burgio
  { My ex-wife divorced me. Can I re-marry in the Catholic Church? }

Mary Ann replied:

Dear Michael —

I am sorry that your wife divorced you. The Church can examine the prior bond and see if it was valid or not. If it was not valid for some reason:

  • defect of consent
  • deception
  • not intending permanence or children, among many other things

then you will receive a declaration of nullity and you will be able to marry in the Church.

God bless.

Mary Ann

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