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WELL, that didnt let me down though, because all my guests and family are as excited as we are, and we are paying for the wedding we want, regardless of what other ppl think, my only concern was the Church.
So I contacted my parish, and last week we went to a preparation class...
Anyway, we both always dreamed of having a nice wedding.
On december my husband asked me to marry him in the catholic church, he bought me a beautiful engagement ring, and it meant a lot, because the 1st time he didnt proposed we had both discussed getting married and went to buy my ring..it always felt it wasnt a proposal.
If a couple finds themselves in the situation that they are married civilly, but considered unmarried by the Church since they never requested the Sacrament of Marriage, then they should contact a priest in order to begin the process of convalidating their union.
They are getting conflicting opinions as to whether they will need to "convalidate" their marriage after they become Catholic.Well, if two Catholics, previously married to others and subsequently divorced, sought to marry in the Church, virtually any priest would have told them "No way, not without an annulment" (canon 1085 again).Unfortunately, such Catholics not infrequently then turn to civil magistrates for their wedding.For this reason, baptized Catholics are expected to marry in the Church and receive the grace that Christ freely offers in the Sacrament of Matrimony.If you are a Catholic and are not in a sacramental marriage it is very easy to enter into the Sacrament of Matrimony provided you are free to marry in the Church.