Is this doable or is she also validly married, ergo...hands off?She would otherwise have to get an annulment if possible? [quote="FNDRB58, post:9, topic:362116"] I appreciate the responses but several were presumptuous, answering a question that wasn't asked. Finding a good single Catholic woman in her 40s is indeed difficult to find.They are having romance , sex now the woman wants this relationship to be more strong as she needs support. Good thing woman saying my freind has to pay nothing to care for her and her girl as she is earning well.My freinds parents are strictly against this , i also advised my freind to not marry in impulse, now he is angry with me also for not supporting him.
Husband died in accident few years back and she lives with her mom and kid is in kindergarten.She would otherwise have to get an annulment if possible? [/quote] The basic rule is very simple: ANYONE who has been married in the past to a person who is still alive requires some type of formal action from the Catholic Church before they are free to marry another person in the Church.Details, such as baptismal state, where the marriage was conducted, etc.lol his wife is so mad and chase him out of the house ..[quote="FNDRB58, post:1, topic:362116"] Can I date and eventually marry a divorced non-baptized person who did not have a sacramental wedding? Was this person married to a Catholic outside of a Catholic Church? If you are Catholic and looking to marry someone, be sure the person is free to marry you BEFORE you start dating.