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With regard to divorced Catholics, let’s try as best we can to examine these issues separately, beginning with a divorced person’s spiritual state.
Theologically, we Catholics know that we should not receive the Eucharist when we are in a state of grave sin.
It is important to note that at issue here is not only a Catholic’s own personal,, visible status in the Church, that may be known by other members of the faithful as well.
The Church is therefore concerned simultaneously with three different, although interrelated issues: (a) an individual Catholic’s personal spiritual wellbeing; (b) the need to maintain reverence toward the Most Holy Eucharist; and (c) the need to avoid public scandal.
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Question: "I am in the process of getting a divorce.
Can I start dating, or do I have to wait until the divorce is final?
We are not a pressure group seeking to change church law; we uphold the sanctity and integrity of marriage as the foundation of human life.What does the Catholic Church really teach about divorce? Jesus speaks about divorce: “Therefore what God has joined together, no human being must separate,” (Mark 10:9). In marriage, the two become one flesh in a union joined by God, (Mark 10:8).Consequently, the Church has spoken on this matter not merely in the Code of Canon Law, but also in the Catechism and in other theological contexts.As always, canon law follows theology, and the two are consistent, for they can never contradict each other.