Many people, whether they are married, single or divorced, have had questions about annulments, marriage and remarriage. This presentation with Anne Bryant and Fr. Mario Arroyo is an opportunity to learn more about these topics from a Catholic viewpoint.
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Theology on the Vine is open to all adults of any faith or none.
Doors open at 6:45 pm
From 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm enjoy a free glass of wine or other beverage, a light snack, and good conversation.
We get the presentation started at 7:30’ish with plenty of time available for your questions before we conclude at 9:00 pm.
(click the links below to access the articles and websites)
Many people, whether they are married, single or divorced, have had questions about annulments, marriage and remarriage. This Theology on the Vine will be an opportunity to learn more and ask your questions. The articles below offer a starting point and can also be found on the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston website: http://www.archgh.org/Tribunal/
Article 1 - What is the Archdiocesan Metropolitan Tribunal?
Article 2 - Frequently Asked Questions
This second article addresses 50 questions that people have had about annulments, divorce and marriage. Questions such as:
Article 3 - Annulment: The Process and its Meaning by Patrick Lagges, JCD
It is difficult to understand "annulment" unless we also try to understand the Church's teaching on Marriage. This article, found on the Archdiocese of Galvestion-Houston website, can help with that understanding.
Discover resources and information about such diverse marriage topics as the four stages of marriage, or the Top Ten Problem Issues at the following website:
Website Resourse - For Your Marriage (An initiative of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about marriage, divorce and remarriage in the Catholic Church. Find the answer to some questions such as:
Article 4 - Is a Divorced Person Excommunicated?
or take a look at some FAQs from the Catholic Marriage Resource Center:
Website Resourse - Frequently asked questions about marriage.
Investigate the resources the Catholic Church has to help troubled marriage at:
Website Resourse - Marriage Help and Support Center