Hey there everyone, I've got a question that I've been anxious about for some time, and I know that someone here probably has the answer!
First, some brief backstory: My mother's family, back after the Mass of Paul VI was introduced, went to an independent chapel in Boston which still celebrated the Tridentine Mass and refused to celebrate the Mass of Paul VI. For people from the area who may know, this was the famous Chapel of St. Roger and St. Mary run by Father Keane. Well, Father Keane had his faculties suspended back in 1981. However, nobody in my family knew this. They just thought they were attending the "traditional Mass" and were happy with it.
Now, I was baptized in that chapel and I know that my baptism was illicit but valid. However, my parents were also married in that chapel by this priest. Does the Catholic Church supply the faculties for igonrance of the wedded couple (in the same way they do for confessions when the penitent doesn't know the confessor doesn't have faculties) or do my parents suffer from a lack of form, and therefore aren't actually married?
Yes, they are both baptized Catholics. I'd just be really distraught to hear that they're not actually married :(