Hi All, I have a question if you could help me, if I was to convert in future. Its a way off admittedly as I’m happy for the time being an Anglican.
I was married in my 20s in a civil ceremony, that was long before I was a Christian, and was divorced several years later.
I became a Christian a few years ago and got married to my lovely wife in a traditional Anglican chuch service, which was the best day of my life The vicar fortunately agreed to marry us after a gruelling interview as its at their discretion whether to marry a divorced person.
My question is if I was to convert to the CC at any point in the future, would being divorced exclude me from the sacraments. And would my marriage count as a valid sacrament, from the CC point of view.
Would we need to renew our vows before converting or receive a blessing, or is this optional. I am a church regular and my wife not at all religious, dont know if has a bearing as well. Im sure she would say something like, they all suppose to believe in the same God so whats the big deal :eek: Thanks very much