Can we get married in a Catholic Church?

Hi, I have quite the question.

I am of catholic faith, was baptised, did communion, etc. My fiancee was baptised greek orthodox, but was brought up praticing the protestant faith. My question now stands, can we get married in a catholic church? If so, would the marriage be recognized by god? What would it entail for us to get married in a catholic church?

We have been trying to find the answers to these questions, but so far we have had no luck. If anyone can shed any insight, it would be much apprecaited.

Thanks!
Andrew

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