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Many marriages are not good; they do not please Our Lord and are not of God." — Our Lady of Fatima. Frank Walker: Vicar of Sin celebrates couple …
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Bergoglio deceives Muslims because in order to be saved they need to renounce their false religion, convert to Catholicism and be baptized.
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Bergoglio promuove i matrimoni non sacramentali con idolatri di false religioni non battezzati
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Bergoglio fördert nicht-sakramentale Ehen mit Götzendienern falscher Religionen, die nicht getauft sind.
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Bergoglio promuje niesakramentalne małżeństwa z bałwochwalcami fałszywych religii, którzy nie są ochrzczeni.
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Exactly who is it that makes them "feel" unwelcome?
Perhaps it is their own conscience tickling them in God's house, calling them to make things right, then come to receive Him in peace.
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Can. 1086 §1. A marriage between two persons, one of whom was baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it, and the other of whom is not baptized, is invalid.
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The same Canonists explains that these interreligious marriages with Muslims and Buddhists are not sacramental. Because a sacrament cannot be conferred on someone who is not baptized. If a Catholic Marries a Non-Christian, How is it a Sacrament? - Canon Law Made EasyCanon Law Made Easy
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These Forbidden Marriages are now permitted despite the fact that the juggling canonists themselves clarify that although these marriages are legal because they have the 'bishop's dispensation' they are not sacramental marriages. As if a bishop could give permission to live in sin by fornicating with an idolatrous member of a false religion. Or that they could legalize a civil marriage. Or …More
These Forbidden Marriages are now permitted despite the fact that the juggling canonists themselves clarify that although these marriages are legal because they have the 'bishop's dispensation' they are not sacramental marriages. As if a bishop could give permission to live in sin by fornicating with an idolatrous member of a false religion. Or that they could legalize a civil marriage. Or rather as if they had the divine power to override Divine Natural Law.
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I agree that dispensations for “disparity of cult” are granted far too often, or at least far too easily, but they are possible, and do not conflict with Divine Law because marriage, as an institution, has existed from the beginning. It is the one Sacrament that was not instituted by Christ, but raised to the dignity of a Sacrament by him. I suppose you could say that he instituted it as a …More
I agree that dispensations for “disparity of cult” are granted far too often, or at least far too easily, but they are possible, and do not conflict with Divine Law because marriage, as an institution, has existed from the beginning. It is the one Sacrament that was not instituted by Christ, but raised to the dignity of a Sacrament by him. I suppose you could say that he instituted it as a Sacrament, but Christ, in His humanity, is not the originator of marriage. In the “old days,” this dispensation was possible, though it was rarely granted.
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The problem being discussed here is that they are not sacramental but an imitation of the sacrament, because a non-baptized person cannot receive the Sacrament. That is why the same canonists explain that although they are legal BUT they are not sacraments. If a Catholic Marries a Non-Christian, How is it a Sacrament? - Canon Law Made EasyCanon Law Made Easy That is why they are called "non-…More
The problem being discussed here is that they are not sacramental but an imitation of the sacrament, because a non-baptized person cannot receive the Sacrament. That is why the same canonists explain that although they are legal BUT they are not sacraments. If a Catholic Marries a Non-Christian, How is it a Sacrament? - Canon Law Made EasyCanon Law Made Easy That is why they are called "non-sacramental marriages".
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Can. 1086 §1. A marriage between two persons, one of whom was baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it, and the other of whom is not baptized, is invalid.
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2 Corinthians 6:14

Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition

14 Bear not the yoke with unbelievers. For what participation hath justice with injustice? Or what fellowship hath light with darkness?
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"The act of marrying a non-believer actually represents an impediment to the validity of the marriage."