This may be addressed elsewhere. If so, I apologize.
I hold the vows of marriage as sacred. Vows before God are not to be taken lightly. So if you vow til death do you part, then so be it. Too many people get out marriage too quickly and over the sillest of things.
I’m not Catholic, but I know the Catholic church is more strict on marriage vows than other Christian denominations. I applaud the Catholic church for promoting marriage as sacred.
I just have one question though.
Assume the couple is Catholic. What happens when one spouse cheats on the other and refuses to stop? Or decides to live with another who they aren’t married to? What recourse does the cheated on spouse have in the church? I ask because I think the only reason that one can biblically get divorced is in the case of adultery and then only as a last resort. Reconcilation should always be tried. If both sides are willing to reconcile then they should. But what if one refuses to be reconciled? Will the church issue a divorce?