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Last edited by mija; Jan 5, 2007 at 01:54 AM.
anyone can help me.gusto ko sana ikasal sa pinas kaso ibang lahi mapapangasawa ko(brasilian).ano ba mga requirements ng simbahan?
Generally, the church is no longer as anal (at least in Canada), as they are now viewing all Christians as Christians - who cares what sect. BUT if he's not catholic, they generally won't do a mass as it's rude for the other family to be forced to sit through mass when they certainly do not believe in that. But, the likelyhood of you being able to marry in a Catholic church is pretty high.
hello, just want to ask the requirements for born-again christian weddings. I'm Catholic but fiance is born-again and we decided to tie knots under the born-again ceremony. What are the documents needed for the process? It will be at a garden setting.
i have a question re: inter-religion marriages. dati akong katoliko but i've embraced the born-again faith when i was nine. all of my family members are catholic. i have a fiance who is a devoted catholic & she wants us to get married under the catholic practice. ngayon, the thing is, i would have to undergo a series of interviews daw bago kami ikasal.
ngayon ang tanong ko, if ever i declare my being a former catholic, would it make a difference sa outcome ng kasal (meaning, will the priest allow us still to tie the knot, thus eliminating the possibility of an inter-faith marriage)?