Dating without an annulment dating dubbo
Obviously, divorce is a terrible thing, and I’m in no way advocating for it.I’m just confused on the Catholic church’s position on it.Kicking, screaming, and clawing her way across your face and out of your arms, she try to thrash back to the side to the steps, where she was happiest.It is far too terrifying to be alone in that water when she does not know how to handle it.(As always, feel free to correct me if I’m wrong.) But how does that square with scriptures like Matt.19:9 (“I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, and marries another woman commits adultery.”)?To answer your question APV: In a sense divorce is never okay in the church.My husband and I married in the Catholic Church, but now I am separated from my husband and in the process of divorce and annulment. Currently you are not even legally divorced, much less have you received a decree of nullity from the Church.
But try to drag her away into the scary deep waters where she can't touch bottom and you invite pure panic!
But here's the deal with annulment: it's not easy to get one.
In fact, it's much easier to get a divorce because all you have to allege is "irreconcilable differences" and, bingo, you've got grounds for divorce.
Have you ever noticed how many terms we use that come from golf?
Something may be "teed up" or "par for the course." My favorite is "mulligan," which is a do-over without penalty. In a way, annulment is a mulligan in the game of marriage.
It's nobody’s fault, things just didn't work out.