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  1. liverpudlian
    May 5, '11 1:15 am
    liverpudlian
    At the age of 18 my now wife got married to a man who beat her, abused her, and cheated on her with many different women. They had three children. He turned his back on them years ago. He has chosen no contact. And he never has. Me and my wife met 5 years ago - in 2009 we got married. We got married outside of the catholic church. I am a new convert to the catholic church - I have also been married before in the baptist church. My wife is a catholic from birth. She is not in the slightest to blame for all that has happened to her in her once marriage to her ex husband and yet for the both of us to receive peace and to be able to receive our Lord in the eucharist would mean my wife would need to go through all the pain again.My wife does not want any contact with him. He is an evil person and would find great joy in making her suffer trying to get an anullment. Surely there is another more Christian way? Any advice? We are both 47 and 48 years of age.
  2. liverpudlian
    May 4, '11 9:42 am
    liverpudlian
    At the age of 18 my now wife got married to a man who beat her, abused her, and cheated on her with many different women. They had three children. He turned his back on them years ago. He has chosen no contact. And he never has. Me and my wife met 5 years ago - in 2009 we got married. We got married outside of the catholic church. I am a new convert to the catholic church - I have also been married before in the baptist church. My wife is a catholic from birth. She is not in the slightest to blame for all that has happened to her in her once marriage to her ex husband and yet for the both of us to receive peace and to be able to receive our Lord in the eucharist would mean my wife would need to go through all the pain again.My wife does not want any contact with him. He is an evil person and would find great joy in making her suffer trying to get an anullment. Surely there is another more Christian way? Any advice? We are both 47 and 48 years of age.
  3. liverpudlian
    Feb 16, '11 6:14 am
    liverpudlian
    Please pray for me that I may find a much better job - my relationship with my wife and children is suffering in that I do not see them very often. Holy Mother please pray for me.

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