I backed off and waited for a sign, something to help me understand that I was ready to date again after my divorce and annulment. The signs arrived over the course of about 10 months beginning with our annulment being finalized (which is very important to me since I definitely would want to be married in the Catholic church, a marriage that would be for real this time – still a confusing concept! In one way or another, I’d replaced most of the furniture my husband and I shared.
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I noticed some profiles are divorced yet they say they can marry in the church. Also, should I date a divorced woman if they are not seeking or they don’t have an annulment? Signed, Wondering Dear Michele, Why is such site as Catholic Singles allowing people who are currently separated to look for a dates? Dear Wondering and What’s Up, Many Catholics are just as confused about the Church’s teaching on marriage and divorce as non-Catholics.
You would think that people would wait for ink is dry on their divorce paper before they start looking for new relationship! One reason is that we sometimes get our information from sources that don’t understand the process.
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