While I appreciate the intention and if I believe there was a remote chance and I was actually granted one, my belief is that it would totally undermine my Catholic belief and faith.
From my understanding, the Church looks at the condition at the moment you exchange your vows. When I had my marriage blessed in the Church, we had just finished having our previous marriages annulled with the reason given for myself was that I didn’t follow follow proper protocol. So I could fully accept that. My wife was given her annulment since we could prove that her previous husband questioned if he was doing the right thing on their wedding day since he had a SSA issue on that day. Having a Gay & Lesbian Times news article made this a slam dunk IMHO. My wife and I knew we had a different religious view but we were both fine with that and had our marriage blessed in the RCC. I do not see a case that should be considered for annulment. The reason she gave me for leaving was due to our religious differences. In my heart I would question someone giving me an annulment based on this as it would undermine my Catholic being so I won’t be submitting the paperwork for an annulment.
In my mind, I have the perfect example of an estranged marriage. This doesn’t say that I maintain the hope for something better in the future. I just don’t envision it with her for a long while after she’s gone through a few things.
It is what it is which means I will probably have my own personal pity party. At this point, the only ones that attend are online friends…