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Sue Groves wrote:

Hi, guys —

I need your advice please.

I am an Ex-Mormon. I want to investigate the Catholic faith but I am also divorced.

  • Will these facts stop me joining the one true Church? or
  • Am I wasting my time in hoping to join the Church?

God bless you and peace be with you.


  { Will being an ex-Mormon who is divorced prohibit me from joining the Catholic Church? }

Bob replied:


Absolutely not. You are always welcome to join the faith. Being Mormon will not disqualify you, nor will divorce.

If you choose to remarry you may need to seek an annulment. You can learn more about annulments by searching on our database of questions and answers.

We are grateful that you chose to ask us for advice along the way and we welcome you to join the Church.


Bob Kirby

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