Sorry for yet another invalid marriage question, but here goes.
My sister-in-law (husband’s sister) is getting married. She’s Catholic, he’s not. They’re getting married at his church because most of his family won’t step foot in a Catholic church. :shrug: I don’t know for sure if she’s giving up the Catholic faith altogether or not (but I suspect she is), but I know she hasn’t gotten a dispensation to marry at his church.
If she were just a friend, I wouldn’t go to the wedding, but she’s family. My husband and I have already told her that we don’t approve of her not getting married in the Church and we have expressed our feelings about the probability of her giving up the Catholic faith just so she can be married. :tsktsk:
But how do we not go to her (probably invalid) wedding without appearing rude / judgemental, hurting her feelings, and/or causing a big rift in the family??? And, if we go to the wedding, we’ll be sinning, right??? :o