Not sure if this is the right place to ask. Here goes:
I an an ExMormon who married another Mormon (by Mormon Bishop at home). Later got sealed in the Temple.
Divorced and married another Mormon (in Mormon church). We asked to have our records removed from the Mormon church (quit church). We became Anglican and got baptised (not confirmed).
Now wanting to join Catholic Church.
Having problems understanding the below document and what it means. It is a large document:
"RESPONSE OF THE CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH
ABOUT THE VALIDITY OF BAPTISM CONFERRED IN THE
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS"
With this premise, the first consequence to be emphasized is that the marriage of Mormons contracted among themselves or with a validly baptized person is not sacramental marriage (can. 1055), and therefore the essential properties of marriage, unity and indissolubility, do not achieve that "special stability by reason of the sacrament" that is proper to Christian marriage (can. 1056). In other words, marriage contracted among members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or with a baptized party is not a ratum marriage, nor therefore a ratum et consummatum, even "if the spouses have completed in a human way the act which is per se appropriate for the generation of children, to which marriage is ordered by its very nature" (cf. can. 1061).
What does this mean if I want an annulment from my first marriage?