Both depend in part on whether the non-Catholic spouse is a baptized Christian or a non-baptized person, such as a Jew, Muslim or atheist.
If the non-Catholic is a baptized Christian (not necessarily Catholic), the marriage is valid as long as the Catholic party obtains official permission from the diocese to enter into the marriage and follows all the stipulations for a Catholic wedding.
Sample delicious creations from over 30 Capital Region restaurants and celebrate with entertainment, live and silent auctions and more!
Held annually, the event raises critical funds to support the programs and services of IPH.
If you’ve fallen for someone of a different religion, that’s about to change. You’re not going to agree with every point of your partner’s faith.