Even should they separate, each would still be, in the eyes of the Church, “already married”, and hence it would be advisable for a Catholic not to become intimately involved in a romantic relationship with one of them.In going thru an annulment process with a tribunal, it is not a given that the outcome will be dissolution or judgment of invalidity. The tribunal process is a looking back at the exchange of vows to see if there was some impediment preventing them from being really free to make this decision even if they thought they were ready to undertake it.The Church refers to these types of marriages as Sometimes a future spouse will choose to go through a process called RCIA to become Catholic prior to marriage, but it is not necessary to become Catholic before marrying a Catholic.However, express permission of the local bishop is necessary.Though we are making every effort to migrate the most important parts of the database, we cannot guarantee that all content associated with your account will be migrated.For this reason we ask that you "copy-and-paste" or otherwise backup any content that you feel is indispensable.
Both being very active Catholics in their parishes.She would like me to go to the temple in a support role weekly after the marriage ceremony but as a minimalist christian i find it hard to commit to that. Admin says: Donald, This is a very unreasonable request to ask you to attend a Hindu temple every week, when you do not know what Hinduism is all about. Were you taught that only followers of Jesus will be salvaged (like Mc Kenna)? Most Christians don’t believe like this any more and we do not believe you do. I do not go to church every sunday so i find it very hard that i will go to the temple every week. You have rights to be selfish and smart to be practical. But please clarify your expectations from a “Hindu” wife and what are you planning to teach to your future Hindu-Christian children? The assumption is that the couple is in good faith and their decision is to be honored.We believe that a commitment of vows creates a reality and is to be respected.