Can a person remarriage by the Catholic Church if the spouse has never been married?

Can a person remarriage by the Catholic Church if the spouse has never been married?
My girlfriend got married and it failed and they divorced. After a couple of months we met and started dating. I’ve always wanted to get married by church but I’m not sure if we can because her marriage was by the Catholic Church. Is there any way besides annulment that we can get married by the Catholic Church?

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Answer by iyamacog
Speak to your priest…………..♥♥

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4 Responses to “Can a person remarriage by the Catholic Church if the spouse has never been married?”

  • Monica says:

    I agree with asking your priest. I bet eith the right amount of money it can be done.

  • Nina says:

    I think you should speak to the priest. I am almost certain if she was already married in the Catholic Church, she can not get married again in the Catholic Church. However, if she was not married in the Catholic Church, she might be able to be married in the Catholic Church.

    I was married before but not in the Catholic Church and wanted to get married the second time around in the Catholic Church. The priest request I show proof I was not married in a Church and it was just a civil ceremony before he granted me permission to get married in the Catholic Church.

  • Baby Doll says:

    I am catholic and my priest does second marriages. I forgot what they call it but yes it does happen. You have to speak with the priest cause there is a lot of things that he will require of you and your fiance for this to happen. Things such as counseling and bible studies. Just speak with the priest and he will give you necessary steps that you have to take to get married. I wish you luck

  • imacatholic2 says:

    All previous marriages, civil or religious, have to be dealt with before someone can be married in the Catholic Church.

    The Catholic Church believes that God does not recognize civil divorces.

    Jesus said, “Therefore what God has joined together, no human being must separate.” (Mark 10:9)

    However there may be hope of a declaration of nullity.

    The term “annulment” is a misnomer because the Church does not undo or erase a marriage bond.

    Rather the Church issues a declaration of nullity when it discovers that the parties were not truly joined by God and hence a full spiritual sacramental marriage as understood by the Church was not present.

    Then the parties are free to marry for the first time.

    Approach the appropriate person your in your parish who has been trained in the process. If you encounter difficulties, you may go directly to the diocese.

    Be prayerful, honest and patient. It takes a while.

    With love in Christ.

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