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ASK FATHER: Can't Get Baptism Certificate. Can We Still Get Married? FR. Z'S BLOG - March 21, 2015 From a reader… QUAERITUR : My fiance was baptised (as well as communion and confirmed) in a catholic church in Sicily and is unable to obtain his baptism certificate. What do we do in this situation? Can we still get married in the Church? A recently-issued copy of the baptismal record is required for a Catholic marriage for a couple reasons. First, and most importantly, it establishes the fact that the person in question is indeed a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/ZzDGdRZJGtQ/

Till Death Do Us Part--The Scandal of Catholic Divorce AND SOMETIMES TEA - February 26, 2015 ... Many of the things I'm seeing are petitions and letters begging the Holy Father not to change Church teaching on the indissolubility of marriage. Which is not even on the table, actually--there are no plans whatsoever, from anything I've heard or read from any reliable source, to tinker with ancient Church teachings or settled doctrines at this or any synod. What is possible (though it has yet to happen in any way at all) is that the pope and the bishops with him might agree ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/02/till-death-do-us-part-scandal-of.html

Monepiscopacy and the Early Church ARTICULI FIDEI - February 10, 2015 ... which I have modified my views, since the Essay was first written, is the authentic form of the letters of St Ignatius. Whereas in the earlier editions of this work I had accepted the three Curetonian letters, I have since been convinced (as stated in later editions) that the seven letters of the Short Greek are genuine. This divergence however does not materially affect the main point at issue, since even the Curetonian ...http://articulifidei.blogspot.com/2015/02/monepiscopacy-and-early-church.html