I originally posted a similar message in the NCR forum, but the thread was deleted because of my uncharity. For this I apologize :imsorry: to the CAF and its members. I was not thinking and was reacting out of my pain. Having said that....
I am in an unequally yoked marriage. Even though my wife divorced me :bighanky:, I am still married in the eyes of God, the Church, and my own. Before I make my primary request, I ask two things, if I may. 1 - Please pray :gopray: for me, my wife, the restoration of our marriage, and our two wonderful children. 2 - Anunlment is **not **part of my vocabulary.
When we married in 1993, my wife was borderline athiest/agnostic. Because of my actions my wife divorced :sad_bye: me after 16 years of marriage, last November. We still live in the same house and on this past Thanksgiving, my wife announced that she had been attending church services and Bible Study (The Kerygma Program) at a local Presbyterian Church :yyeess:. She wants the hope of seeing her loved ones again when she passes away :heaven:. However God can reach her. :thumbsup:
As for me, after my "actions" and living as a cafeteria Catholic for 25 years, God tugged on my heart and head :harp:, and brought me back home. I am now heavily involved in my local parish and my faith: Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion; Lector; True Love Waits facilitator; future Knights of Columbus member; Renew Prayer Group; writing a book on one of the Gospels (through help of the Holy Spirit). I love my faith AND I love my wife.
So my questions are:
When God brings us back together, is it permissible to attend church services with her?
How about her attending Mass with me?
I am aware that I could not (and would not want) to receive Communion at her church, or her at mine.
What are the major/minor differences between Catholicism and Presbyterianism.
Thanks and God Bless,