Saturday, August 21, 2010

Catholic Answers Forums - Are both people in a divorce viewed equally by the Catholic Church?

MORE people need to hear and read this than just those on the forum.

Civil divorce does NOT end your marriage OR your vows, and further, can NEVER make you 'single again'. Single means NEVER MARRIED. Widowed means once married, spouse has died. DIVORCED means Married, and a Civil Divorce ended the civil portion of your marriage. But Jesus Himself said that no mere man can end any marriage... and don't tell me that God was not present when you spoke those vows in HIS Presence, and that of your family and friends.... very few marriages are invalid from the beginning, regardless of what today's Tribunals and Society would have us believe...

When you are the victim of an unwanted divorce...

Catholic Answers Forums - Are both people in a divorce viewed equally by the Catholic Church?

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beware of " Fr. Sherpa". He is a wolf in sheeps clothing.

Ask him if that same malicious abandoner can go to confession and be forgiven for this, sexless adultery, which marital abandonment is, and be forgiven, even if the divorce is a sham and the abandoner refuses to repent, make public restitution and undo their, unilateral "no-fault" divorce.

Then listen to the BS he will likely say to "excuse" the lack of reform of the malicious abandoner!

Oh, my blood boils at these lousy priest/theologian/heretics!

Sorry, WI I have crossed paths with this priest.

The bottom line is this with these scumbags who run the Church:

Divorce is NEVER a sin that is mortal. Remarriage with no just annulment is not even a mortal sin. Abandonment is ok if you are sorry, sleep around but go to confession before you receive communion.

Heresy rules the Catholic Church from Benedict on down and we suffer for it, not that our sin exempts us from our accounting. But these clerical reprobates are part and parcel irresponsible for the marital mess the Church faces.

Love you, WI.

Yes, it Karl, of course.

Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 1:39:00 PM CDT  
Blogger WI Catholic said...

Ohhh, I so hoped that maybe perhaps...

He speaks Truth in THIS answer, though, Karl.

I always hope. I always look for a St John Fisher (among the clergy).

I wonder if there will be another in my lifetime?

Love you, too, Karl. God bless!!

Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 4:40:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear WI,

So far I have seen a few laymen(being over 50 and not brainwashed by newspeak, this includes female laity for those not free of the restriction of modernism!) defending their marriages against misguided and malignant abuses of Catholic teaching(pastoral/tribunal practices) but none who have the stature to be a Thomas More. I have seen no candidates for the role of Bishop Fisher.

Bai MacFarlane is the closest layman I have seen with any significant "presence" in this battle but she, generally, is focused on the injustice of the "no fault" aspects of divorce less than she is regarding nullity. But she is now, I believe, facing life as a respondent in a nullity inquest in the Catholic Church.

It would take particular courage and acumen for a cleric to assume the mantle of Bishop Fisher. Consequently, I am not "holding my breath" in anticipation.

Till then.....do you remember that song(Till Then) by the Classics from Brooklyn,NY or was that not a national hit, which I still love? It is tough being an abandoned, incurable, kinda 'Catholic', romantic.

Oh well, it is what it is.


Karl

Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 6:13:00 PM CDT  
Blogger WI Catholic said...

Yes, I remember "Til Then"... and I found it for you... and I am listening to it as I type.

Enjoy, Karl!

God bless!

Monday, August 23, 2010 at 1:35:00 PM CDT  

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