Gay hostility in class


#135

So, what’s a “valid natural marriage?” I mean, the whole point of convalidating our marriage was so I could receive the Eucharist again, which I can and I do.


#136

If he is a baptist and was baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity which is what I assume is the case, then it would be sacramental. Right?


#137

If he’d have been Baptised, yes, but DH was never Baptised.


#138

Right, but like Hope said, he isn’t baptized.

Not sure how right or wrong this is, but it seems to be the most straight forward answer I could find.

https://adoremus.org/2018/10/08/q-whats-the-difference-between-a-natural-marriage-and-a-sacramental-marriage/


#139

That sounds right, I mean he’s quoting Canon Law and the CCC, but I still don’t really get it. Anyway it really doesn’t matter - we did what Msgr. told us to do, had our ceremony with two devout Catholics standing up for us and I can receive the Sacraments again, plus I spoke to two other priests, one of them twice and it’s all good. That’s all that really matters to me.


#140

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