Catholics Upholding Catholic Canon Law

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Reply AmandaLauts
9:19 PM on January 13, 2017 
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Reply therese
10:05 PM on October 21, 2011 
I have become aware of the problem in the American Catholic Church of clergy (1) not defending the indissoulubility of the marriage sacrament, and failing to encourage without end- reconcilliation of separated spouses as the clergy is REQUIRED to do per cannon law. Also clergy do not admonish the spouses who separate without the few cannon/ valid Grave reasons. (2) these clergy also then encourage dissoulutioned spouses apply for -annulment- telling them it is a 99.9% sure thing.
(3) why is the American marriage tribunals annul marriages for reasons that do not apply to cannon law invalidity- seen when 90 some percent of these 1095- annulments are overturned and instead found to be valid marriages when sent to Roman Rota for court of second instance.
why is there not more outcry at this destruction to the family?
Reply wayne
2:04 AM on September 5, 2011 
missing you & Di very much, Heather- I used to cherish our late night chats & spirited political discussions. Would love to do it again sometime.


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