Vatican Makes Up “Baptised Non-Believers” To Annul More Marriages

A new document by the International Theological Commission (ITC) “The Reciprocity between Faith and Sacraments in the Sacramental Economy” deals with marriages between “baptised non-believers.” The …
Fr Dan
Frankly as a parish priest of many years, I sadly think most marriages we perform today are probably invalid (when dealing with the unchurched, or cultural Catholucs). Lack if committment, lack of understanding of what the Sacrament is, and the good old term, Gross Immaturity. Even after PreCana, interviews with priest or deacon, the world is far too much in thier heads
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BERGOGLIO SHOULD BE EXPELLED FOR THAT SAME REASON . HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN UNBELEIVING PRIEST EVEN AT HIS ORDINATION AND ALSO A HERETIC APOSTATE.
MANY IGNORANTS DONOT KNOW AND STILL FOLLOW HIM.
Eric M
How about the ordination of unbelieving priests? bishops? And popes? Invalid? - Rome has become the swamp of heresy and apostasy. Nothing can be trusted as long as this regime of the anti pope remains. 👌
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OUR LADY IN LASALETTE SAID

“The priests, ministers of my Son, the priests, by their wicked lives, by their irreverence and their impiety in the celebration of the holy mysteries, by their love of money, their love of honors and pleasures, and the priests have become cesspools of impurity.
Arthur McGowan
Lack of faith does NOT render ordinations invalid! Look up the heresy of DONATISM.
Arthur McGowan
There is no such thing as "allowing sacramental marriages," in this sense: Parties to a marriage cannot OPT to enter a "sacramental marriage" or a "non-sacramental marriage." If both parties are baptized, their marriage is a sacrament.

Tribunals DO NOT DEAL WITH "SACRAMENTALITY." They investigate validity.

The ITC's statement is also NOT about "sacramentality." It is about validity.
GChevalier
Lack of faith cannot make a marriage invalid: it is an abuse of the conciliar to break up the marriage.
Arthur McGowan
Lack of belief in the indissolubility of marriage CAN result in invalidity.
Novella Nurney
Well this would back up his claim that " most Catholic marriages are invalid". It would " if" he means Catholics as opposed to baptized protestants or a mixture of the two. But ,then again he accepts being in " partial" communion with Lutherans, Angelicans and just hoardes of other various sects. As well as giving the Eucharist, the body, soul, blood and divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ to …More
Well this would back up his claim that " most Catholic marriages are invalid". It would " if" he means Catholics as opposed to baptized protestants or a mixture of the two. But ,then again he accepts being in " partial" communion with Lutherans, Angelicans and just hoardes of other various sects. As well as giving the Eucharist, the body, soul, blood and divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ to anyone that asks or doesnt ask, so it's rather of a conundrum . Either a vast majority are receiving communion unworthily and desecrating the body of Christ in the Eucharist or thier are a lot of invalid masses. Which is worse? Incidentally, NEARLY no one refers to the soul and divinity of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, only the body and blood. Odd that bit.