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Jesus says, “Whoever divorces his wife and marries another, commits adultery against her and if she divorces her husband and marries another, she commits adultery,” (Mark -12).If your previous marriage was not annulled and you chose to remarry, then no, because you would be in adulterous relationship and in a state of mortal sin.What does the Catholic Church really teach about divorce? Jesus speaks about divorce: “Therefore what God has joined together, no human being must separate,” (Mark 10:9). In marriage, the two become one flesh in a union joined by God, (Mark 10:8).If at least one criterion for sacramental marriage was not met then the marriage can be considered invalid and an annulment will be granted.
If you receive a civil divorce, but no annulment, then you are still married to the other person in the eyes of the Church and would be committing adultery if you married another.
The Church permits a physical separation of the spouses and living apart, but the two still remain married until an annulment is granted (if applicable).
“The Christian community is called to help these persons live out their situation in a Christian manner and in fidelity to their marriage bond which remains indissoluble,” (The Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1649). An annulment is not a Catholic divorce, bur rather says that the marriage never met the conditions to be considered sacramental.
These attitudes affect how men and women relate to each other, especially in serious relationships.
As a woman whose marriage was deeply impacted by sexual addiction and pornography, I want to encourage other women to ask men they date (or are thinking about marrying) the questions I wish I had asked before getting married.