Annulment The Wedding That Was

Author: Michael S Foster
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN:
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"The question-and-answer format provides an overview of the marriage law of the [Catholic] church and its practical implications and makes difficult concepts understandable to the nonexpert."--Cover.

When Is Marriage Null

Author: Paolo Bianchi
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1586177990
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This book, written by a specialist with a gift for clarity on a complicated, sensitive issue, is a guide for a first approach to the problems related to the conditions for eventually declaring the nullity of a canonical Christian marriage.

Annulment

Author: Pete Vere
Publisher: Servant Books
ISBN: 9780867168730
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Catholics considering annulment often find themselves with more questions than answers, uncertain how to proceed. Canon lawyers Pete Vere and Jacqui Rapp answer these and many other questions in everyday language free from legal jargon.

New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2009

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Publisher: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9781414475271
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Given the novelty of most of canon 1095, and given the modern description of
marriage found in canon 1055 (which is ... Michael Smith Foster, Annulment, the
Wedding That Was: How the Church Can Declare a Marriage Null (New York
1999) ...

Annulment

Author: Terence E. Tierney
Publisher: Saint Pauls/Alba House
ISBN: 9780818906671
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Written to help those involved in applying for a Church annulment.

Shattered Faith

Author: Sheila Rauch Kennedy
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 030783378X
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Shattered Faith is the fascinating chronicle of that struggle, and of what Kennedy uncovered about the uses and frequency of annulments in the United States.

Annulments And The Catholic Church

Author: Edward N. Peters, J.D., J.C.D.
Publisher: Ascension Press
ISBN:
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Considering that American tribunalsdeclare welloverfifty thousand annulments
each year (with eightythousand being ... In finding a marriage null, the Church
does not cast blame on either or both parties, even if one orboth of themacted in
a blameworthy ... Instead, the Churchonlystates that it does not consider itselfor
itsmembers bound to acceptthe consequences of the wedding ceremony
inquestion.

What God Has Joined Together

Author: Robert H. Vasoli
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198026693
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The United States is home to only 6% of the world's Catholics, Robert Vasoli points out, but it now accounts for 75% of all Church annulments, two-thirds of which are granted on ostensibly psychological grounds.

Women And The Law

Author: Ashlyn K. Kuersten
Publisher: Abc-clio
ISBN: 9780874368789
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The most common form of fraud occurs when one party enters into the marriage
for a limited purpose, such as obtaining a work visa through the Immigration ...
Annulment: The Wedding That Was: How the Church Can Declare a Marriage
Null.