First post here, so here it goes…
I am a divorced Catholic, currently going through an application for nullity. I have a nine year old son, whom I was very blessed to receive.
My wife was a non-Catholic. She claims to have been baptized, but religion and faith for her are unimportant. She ultimately left me two years ago and “wanted to get her life back.” There were no occasions of infidelity or the like. She simply wanted out. I firmly believe she never understood what the Sacrament of Marriage meant, and was incapable of making that commitment. We are civilly divorced after a ten year marriage.
Fast forward a bit. I met this absolutely wonderful woman online who is also Catholic. We share that as a common bond, and have many other interests and likes. I have not told her yet (and in fact we’ve not even met in person yet…) that I am divorced. I feel quite strongly that I will succeed with the petition for nullity. When and how should I tell this woman I’ve just met. I am an honest, upstanding man, and certainly she would deserve to know my past so we could possibly move forward together.
Apologies if this is in the wrong forum,