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Lisa Wiseman wrote:

Hi, guys —

I am Catholic and my husband isn't and we both have been previously married. I got my annulment and my husband talked to the Church deacon who couldn't come up with anything to file for his annulment. We have be married 23 years. I would love to receive the sacrament of Holy Communion. My husband said he tried but is not excited about going back to talk with him. He never stops me from going and participating in church functions.

  • How can I get his annulment and our marriage blessed in the Church?

Thank you — Wanting to receive Communion,


  { How can we get his annulment if the deacon couldn't come up with any reason to file? }

Fr. Jonathan replied:

Hi, Lisa —

Go directly to your Tribunal and ask for a meeting.

Fr. Jonathan

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