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Therefore this was not a valid marriage.” “As soon as you even talk about divorce as if it’s an option, you’ve taken your first step,” Patricia, an abandoned mother of five, told me.
Still, the black cloud can be dispelled even at this stage, and often is, if the couple looks into the horrible consequences of divorce and decides they just won’t go there. Until someone calls a lawyer.“All it takes is one confused spouse who thinks that divorce will solve their unhappiness,” said Michelle Gauthier, founder of Defending Holy Matrimony.
So why are so many committed Catholic couples doing it?
Or, as Alicia stated it: “I’m too good to be divorced.
In fact, no one knows exactly what the assenting-Catholic divorce rate is.
In the old rite, or what we today call the Extraordinary Form, Christmastide lasted for 40 days to correspond with the 40 days of Lent, and the 40 days from Easter to Ascension Thursday. Christmastide ended on February 2, the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also called Candlemas Day.“They’re actually pleased to rip my family apart because they think I’m this mistaken ancient restrictive weirdo because I’m a loyal Roman Catholic.”For a woman in her position, the feeling of betrayal is overwhelming.“It’s like the Church has let us go into the hands of a monster that is tearing our family apart, and the Church won’t intervene,” she said. When I made my vows, I signed up for something different.”The divorce rate among Catholics is reputedly the same as that among the general public, where about 35 percent of people who have been married have also been divorced.It’s a Holy Day of Obligation, and the final day of the Octave of Christmas. She does not end our celebration of the Incarnation with the conclusion of the Octave of Christmas. Twelfth Night, as our English-speaking brethren call it, is an event Catholics in America should celebrate with more enthusiasm (think: roaring bonfires, grilled meat, lots of singing, red wine, brown ale) and might very well do if it were observed here on the Liturgical Calendar on January 6 as it is England, Australia, and Canada, to say nothing of Vatican City. After Epiphany, the revelry continues until the Baptism of the Lord, the first Sunday after January 6 (usually).This year, Catholics may very well wish to keep their decorations up through January 11.