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Zed urges Vatican Synod for sympathetic look at marriage laws

Special to Earthpages.org

Hindu religious figure Rajan Zed is urging the upcoming October Synod of Bishops at Vatican to exhaustively re-look into the Church marriage laws to make these more relevant to the contemporary society. 286 more words

Religion

Remarrying Chiz

The promise made during wedding vows – “Till Death Do Us Part” – is truer in the Philippines than the rest of the world.  A Filipino can only remarry if one of these situations occur: (1) death; (2) presumptive death; (3) divorce obtained by a non-Filipino spouse; and finally,  (4)  defective marriages. 708 more words

Annulment

Yes, I Am Getting Divorced. Yes, I Believe in Traditional Family Values. No, That Doesn't Make Me a Hypocrite or Less Catholic! (1 of 3)

Being a Catholic in Limbo awaiting divorce and annulment can be treacherous. I’ve walked through the minefield in this emotional wasteland, not unscathed. With hope, I choose to learn from my missteps and persevere, navigating this dangerous territory, Catholic Compass in-hand. 767 more words

Christian

Getting UnMarried Without a Divorce (Death is NOT the Only Way Out)

There are ways to end a “Marriage” other than divorce, and no, I am not talking about death…

I have previously blogged on Annulment and the very limited circumstances that one may be requested… 256 more words

Divorce

Happy Anniversary!

My lover belongs to me and I to him.
He says to me:
“Set me as a seal on your heart,
as a seal on your arm;
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Devotionals

Sit, Wait, Contemplate.

The annulment papers have all be sent. It’s quite an ordeal to get all those together. Aside from the questionnaire that pretty much asks about everything from your childhood to your perception of your ex-spouse’s childhood through your life post divorce, you also have to include your legal marriage license and divorce decree, yours and your exes baptismal certificates, all kinds of contact info and three “witnesses”. 375 more words

Divorce

Share The Light

A few week’s ago, night-time storms visited us, though with far less vengeance than our local meteorologists’ predicted. I was pleased to wake to the cloudy, but calmer daytime which suggested only that we take along our umbrellas for any outdoor treks. 815 more words

Devotionals