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Anne wrote:

Hi, guys —

My boyfriend and I have decided that we want to marry and I have a few questions.

I am Catholic Christian and he is a Protestant Christian. He was married by a magistrate before we met and his wife cheated on him while he was deployed. When he returned, she had a new relationship and they divorced. He has decided that he would like to convert and be a Catholic so that we can raise our children in the Catholic Church.

  • With all this being said, will a Priest grant an annulment based on her inability to make a commitment only to him so that we can get married in the Catholic Church?


  { Is an annulment viable based on her infidelity so he can convert and we can marry in the Church? }

Bob replied:


It is likely that an annulment would prove favorable to your fiancé.

I would encourage him to meet with your priest to begin the process.


Bob Kirby

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