Married a non christian, can I still be Catholic?

Thank you for looking at my question.
I was raised a Catholic, but drifted from faith in anything other than myself for quite a few years. God brought me back to faith in Him, and now I am feeling pulled back to the Church. However, about 20 years ago I married a non-Christian. Can I return to the Church even if she does not want to become a Catholic?
Thank you and Merry Christmas,
Kevin

You are still considered a Catholic by the Church. You are simply one who has been away for a while. Since you are married outside the Church (I presume) you would need to have your marriage validated by the Church. There is no requirement that your wife become a Catholic.

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