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If he goes to confession and receives the Sacrament of Confirmation, if I understand correctly, he is fully received back into the Church. I can’t stand the thought of it being over 2 years before we are able to wed over 7 months of being married, which was altogether miserable. I came to this forum because I am in a similar situation.
It took my DH about nine months to obtain an annulment but it was fairly straightfoward (they married before the girl was really old enough to understand about marriage and it was quickly annulled by our diocese). Im wanting to become Catholic as through reflection I’ve come to believe it is the true Church however i’ve been married twice.
Now we wish to be married, and we have looked into the annulment process because I am Catholic. I cannot and will not marry him without the Church’s blessing, but my heart deflates at the thought of such a lengthy deferment.
He has NOT been confirmed (I guess his parents never got to that back in the day), so I wonder how long this process may take. THANK YOU, and the Shalom of Christ with all of you!
its distressing to say the least Im wanting to become Catholic as through reflection I’ve come to believe it is the true Church however i’ve been married twice.
I now know that I have to try and get an annulment of my first marriage, but I’m already civilly married and have been for 7 years …