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Before you can marry a Catholic, you must petition for an annulment because it is assumed that you are still married and are not free to marry again until it is proven that your first marriage was invalid.

According to Catholic teaching, divorce does not have any effect upon the binding nature of a marriage.

No clear guidance emerged from last fall’s Synod of Bishops on the Family for divorced and remarried Catholics who wish to receive holy Communion. Over the course of 40 years as a priest, I have helped many couples pursue an annulment in order to be free to validate their current marriage in the eyes of the church.

While this may be appropriate in some cases, even a streamlined process will not address the real pastoral questions that the annulment process raises.

Thus, in any case of a marriage of two non-Catholics, the presumption is that a marriage is valid whether it was done before a judge or a minister of another faith.

Catholic Answers Forums will be transitioning to a redesigned website starting in September. This you can only achieve by prayer that leads to humility.

If you've been active on the forums within the last year your account will be migrated to the new site. I would advise talking to your priest but my gut feel is no. It will humiliate you and in that way you can be purified and reconciled, truly repent and make reparation for it all.

If you are Catholic, or you intend to marry a Catholic, the Catholic Church can perform such an investigation to determine your freedom to marry.

The Catholic Church does not believe a person can divorce and remarry; the only option is to petition for an annulment to determine if a marriage bond exists as it is understood by the Catholic Church. An annulment should be petitioned for if: If I am not Catholic, why do I need to petition for an annulment?