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marriage 210
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207 particular
206 another
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    Title, Canon
1 2,33 | celebration of or during the marriage; when the marriage has~ended, 2 2,33 | during the marriage; when the marriage has~ended, she can freely 3 2,34 | spouse in the case of a mixed~marriage, transfer to another Church 4 2,34 | the same~Church; if in a marriage of Catholics only one parent 5 7,296 | Christian faithful by reason of~marriage, with due regard for can. 6 11,407 | people of God through their marriage and their~family.~ 7 12,450 | way; (6) spouses,~during a marriage; (7) those who are held 8 12,497 | celebrated or attempted marriage, even only a civil one. ~ 9 16,729 | confess~in order to celebrate marriage; (2) if in the prudent judgment~ 10 16,762 | person who has attempted marriage, even only a~civil one, 11 16,762 | was impeded from entering marriage due~to an existing matrimonial 12 16,762 | a woman bound by a valid marriage~or by the same type of vow; ( 13 16,769 | married, a certificate of marriage and the written consent 14 16,776 | institution of Christ a valid marriage between baptized persons 15 16,776 | essential properties~of marriage are unity and indissolubility, 16 16,776 | indissolubility, which in a marriage~between baptized persons 17 16,777 | Canon 777~From marriage each of the spouses has 18 16,778 | All persons can enter into marriage who are not prohibited by~ 19 16,779 | Canon 779~Marriage enjoys the favor of the 20 16,779 | doubt, the~validity of a marriage is to be upheld until the 21 16,780 | one party is Catholic, the marriage of Catholics is regulated 22 16,780 | civil effects of such a marriage. 2. In addition to~divine 23 16,780 | addition to~divine law, marriage between a Catholic and a 24 16,781 | judge the validity of a marriage between baptized non-Catholics: ( 25 16,781 | time of the celebration of~marriage in the light of can. 780, 26 16,781 | of the celebration of the marriage, provided that the~consent 27 16,781 | non-Catholic~Church, the marriage be celebrated with a sacred 28 16,782 | which praiseworthily precede marriage in the~ancient tradition 29 16,782 | 2. From the promise~of marriage there does not arise an 30 16,782 | seek the celebration of marriage; however, there does arise 31 16,783 | the meaning of~Christian marriage and the obligations of spouses 32 16,783 | preparation of the parties for the marriage, by which they may be~predisposed 33 16,783 | Eucharist in~celebrating the marriage. 3. After the marriage has 34 16,783 | the marriage. 3. After the marriage has been celebrated, pastors 35 16,784 | be carried out before the marriage, especially those which 36 16,784 | that the celebration of~the marriage can proceed.~ 37 16,785 | or illicit celebration of marriage, and thus, before the~marriage 38 16,785 | marriage, and thus, before the~marriage is celebrated, it must be 39 16,786 | before the~celebration of the marriage.~ 40 16,787 | pastor who must bless~the marriage of the results of the investigation.~ 41 16,789 | Canon 789~Although the marriage can be entered validly with 42 16,789 | is not to bless: (1) ~the marriage of transients; (2) a marriage 43 16,789 | marriage of transients; (2) a marriage which cannot be recognized 44 16,789 | norms of civil law; (3) ~a marriage of a person who is bound 45 16,789 | union with~that party; (4) a marriage of a minor child of a family 46 16,789 | unaware of or opposed to the marriage; (5) the marriage of one 47 16,789 | to the marriage; (5) the marriage of one who is forbidden 48 16,789 | sentence to~enter into a new marriage unless the person fulfills 49 16,789 | certain conditions; (6) a marriage of a person who has publicly 50 16,790 | person from contracting~marriage validly. 2. An impediment, 51 16,790 | has it, still renders the marriage invalid.~ 52 16,794 | hierarch can prohibit the marriage of the Christian faithful 53 16,796 | observed in the~celebration of marriage, and from each and every 54 16,796 | faculty of blessing the marriage and~the Catholic priest 55 16,797 | for the celebration of the marriage and the marriage cannot 56 16,797 | of the marriage and the marriage cannot be~delayed without 57 16,797 | for the convalidation of a marriage if there is~the same danger 58 16,798 | is to be recorded in the~marriage register.~ 59 16,800 | cannot validly celebrate a marriage. 2. It is within the power 60 16,800 | the licit celebration of marriage.~ 61 16,801 | very nature invalidates a~marriage. 2. If the impediment of 62 16,801 | of a doubt of fact, the marriage is neither to be impeded 63 16,801 | prohibits nor~invalidates marriage, with due regard for can. 64 16,802 | held to a bond of a prior marriage invalidly~attempts marriage. 65 16,802 | marriage invalidly~attempts marriage. 2. Even if the first marriage 66 16,802 | marriage. 2. Even if the first marriage is invalid or~dissolved 67 16,802 | licit to celebrate another~marriage before the invalidity or 68 16,803 | Canon 803~1. Marriage with a non-baptized person 69 16,803 | of the celebration of the marriage~the party was commonly held 70 16,803 | doubtful, the validity of the marriage is to be presumed, according 71 16,804 | orders invalidly attempt marriage.~ 72 16,805 | institute invalidly attempt marriage.~ 73 16,806 | Canon 806~No marriage can take place with a person 74 16,806 | purpose of entering into marriage, unless~the person freely 75 16,806 | the person freely chooses marriage after having been separated~ 76 16,807 | intention of celebrating marriage~with a certain person, brings 77 16,807 | invalidly attempts this marriage. ~2. They also invalidly 78 16,807 | They also invalidly attempt marriage between themselves who~have 79 16,808 | direct line of consanguinity marriage is invalid between all ancestors 80 16,808 | collateral line~of consanguinity, marriage is invalid up to and including 81 16,808 | including the~fourth degree. 3. Marriage is never permitted if there 82 16,809 | Affinity invalidates a marriage in the direct line in any~ 83 16,810 | arises: (1) from an invalid marriage after common life has been 84 16,810 | form for~the celebration of marriage, attempted it before a civil 85 16,810 | This impediment invalidates marriage in the first degree of the 86 16,811 | the same that~invalidates marriage. 2. If a baptism is repeated 87 16,812 | cannot validly contract marriage between themselves who are~ 88 16,813 | Canon 813~Marriage between two baptized persons, 89 16,814 | essential ends and properties of marriage,~which are not to be excluded 90 16,816 | children born of a mixed marriage do~not lack spiritual assistance 91 16,817 | other in order to establish marriage. 2. No human power~can replace 92 16,818 | incapable of contracting marriage: (1) who lack the~sufficient 93 16,819 | least not be ignorant that marriage is a permanent consortium 94 16,820 | concerning the person renders marriage invalid. 2. ~Error concerning 95 16,821 | contracts invalidly who enters marriage deceived by~fraud, perpetrated 96 16,823 | opinion of the nullity of a marriage does not~necessarily exclude 97 16,824 | the~will should exclude marriage itself, some essential element 98 16,824 | an~essential property of marriage, it is invalidly contracted.~ 99 16,825 | Canon 825~A marriage is invalid if it is entered 100 16,826 | Canon 826~Marriage based on a condition cannot 101 16,827 | Canon 827~Even if a marriage was entered invalidly by 102 16,827 | form for the celebration of marriage required~by law, the consent 103 16,828 | faculty of blessing the marriage by either of them, and at 104 16,829 | pastors validly bless the marriage of parties whether they 105 16,830 | faculty to bless a determined marriage within their own territorial 106 16,830 | the faculty for blessing a marriage be valid, it must be~expressly 107 16,831 | pastor licitly blesses a marriage: ~(1) after he has established 108 16,831 | party in the place of the marriage; (2) if,~when these conditions 109 16,831 | expressly refuses. 2. The marriage is to be celebrated before 110 16,832 | intending to celebrate a true marriage can validly~and licitly 111 16,832 | so that he can bless the marriage, without~prejudice for the 112 16,832 | prejudice for the validity of a marriage in the presence only of~ 113 16,832 | of~the witnesses. 3. If a marriage was celebrated in the presence~ 114 16,832 | receive the~blessing of the marriage from a priest as soon as 115 16,833 | 2. Before he blesses~the marriage, the Catholic priest, if 116 16,834 | form for the celebration of marriage prescribed by law~is to 117 16,834 | parties celebrating the~marriage was baptized in the Catholic 118 16,834 | Eastern~Church celebrates a marriage with one who belongs to 119 16,834 | form for the celebration of marriage~prescribed by law is to 120 16,835 | form for the celebration of marriage required by law is reserved 121 16,836 | necessity, in the celebration of marriage the~prescriptions of the 122 16,836 | observed in the celebration of marriage.~ 123 16,837 | the valid celebration of marriage, it is necessary that~the 124 16,837 | time and mutually manifest~marriage consent. 2. Marriage cannot 125 16,837 | manifest~marriage consent. 2. Marriage cannot be validly celebrated 126 16,837 | conditions under which such a marriage may be celebrated.~ 127 16,838 | Canon 838~1. Marriage is to be celebrated in a 128 16,838 | time~of the celebration of marriage, the norms to be observed 129 16,839 | canonical celebration of marriage, it is forbidden to have 130 16,839 | celebration of the same marriage~to furnish or renew consent; 131 16,840 | Permission for a secret marriage can be granted by the local~ 132 16,840 | faculty of~blessing the marriage, witnesses, and the one 133 16,840 | harm to the sanctity of marriage is threatened~by the observance 134 16,840 | observance of secrecy. 3. A marriage which is secretly~celebrated 135 16,841 | After the celebration of the marriage, the pastor of the~place 136 16,841 | even if~neither blessed the marriage, should record as soon as 137 16,841 | soon as possible~in the marriage register the names of the 138 16,841 | the priest who~blessed the marriage and the witnesses, the place 139 16,841 | of the~celebration of the marriage and, as the case may be, 140 16,841 | faculty for blessing the marriage, and other matters according 141 16,841 | that the spouse~celebrated marriage on that day in his parish. 142 16,841 | is to send the notice of marriage~either personally or by 143 16,841 | that the notation of the~marriage was made in the baptismal 144 16,841 | register. 3. Whenever a~marriage is celebrated according 145 16,841 | that the celebration of the marriage is recorded in the~prescribed 146 16,842 | Canon 842~If a marriage is convalidated in the external 147 16,842 | place of celebration of the marriage must see to it that a~notation 148 16,842 | notation is made in the marriage and baptismal registers.~ 149 16,843 | 843~1. To convalidate a marriage which is invalid due to 150 16,844 | of the will concerning a~marriage which the person who is 151 16,845 | form for the celebration~of marriage required by law. 2. If the 152 16,846 | Canon 846~1. A marriage which is invalid due to 153 16,846 | form for the celebration of marriage required by law.~ 154 16,847 | Canon 847~A marriage which is invalid due to 155 16,847 | form for the celebration of marriage required by law must be 156 16,848 | radical sanation of an invalid marriage is its convalidation without 157 16,848 | form for the celebration of marriage required by law, it if was 158 16,848 | however, to the moment the marriage was celebrated unless~something 159 16,849 | radical sanation of the marriage can be granted validly~even 160 16,850 | Canon 850~1. An invalid marriage can be sanated provided 161 16,850 | continues to exist. 2. A marriage which is invalid~due to 162 16,851 | Canon 851~1. A marriage cannot be radically sanated 163 16,852 | cases if the validity of the marriage is prevented~by a defect 164 16,852 | form for the celebration of marriage required by~law or some 165 16,853 | The sacramental bond of marriage for a consummated marriage 166 16,853 | marriage for a consummated marriage cannot be dissolved by any 167 16,854 | Canon 854~1. A marriage entered by two non-baptized 168 16,854 | the law itself when a new marriage~is celebrated by the party 169 16,855 | party to celebrate another marriage validly, the non-baptized 170 16,857 | right of celebrating a new marriage~with a Catholic party if: ( 171 16,858 | pauline privilege to contract marriage with~a non-Catholic party, 172 16,859 | husbands. 2. In this case the marriage is to be celebrated~according 173 16,860 | licitly celebrate~another marriage, even if the other party 174 16,862 | Canon 862~A non-consummated marriage can be dissolved by the 175 19,919 | Affinity arises from a valid marriage and exists between one~spouse 176 20,976 | cleric who has attempted marriage even if~only civilly. 2. 177 24,1084| cases concerning the bond of marriage, with due regard~for cann. 178 24,1096| nullity or~dissolution of marriage; the defender of the bond 179 24,1139| into~question, except for marriage cases, the judge is to appoint 180 24,1148| choose them especially for marriage cases.~ 181 26,1357| Canon 1357~Marriage cases of the baptized belong 182 26,1358| merely civil effects of marriage, if they are~to be decided 183 26,1359| regarding the nullity of marriage which are not reserved~to 184 26,1359| of the place in which the marriage was celebrated; (2) the~ 185 26,1360| capable of challenging a marriage: (1) the~spouses; (2) the 186 26,1360| has become~public, if the marriage cannot be convalidated or 187 26,1361| Canon 1361~1. A marriage which has not been impugned 188 26,1362| possible, to convalidate the marriage and~to restore conjugal 189 26,1363| there is proof of nullity of marriage in the case, but it also~ 190 26,1363| grounds the validity of the marriage is to be challenged. 4. 191 26,1367| probable doubt~emerges that the marriage was not consummated, after 192 26,1367| non-consummated sacramental marriage; the acts are to be sent 193 26,1368| declared the nullity of the marriage together with the appeals 194 26,1368| favor of the nullity of marriage was~in the first grade of 195 26,1369| ground of nullity of the marriage~is offered, the tribunal 196 26,1370| declared the nullity of marriage has been confirmed at the 197 26,1370| sentence, those persons whose marriage was declared~null can contract 198 26,1370| declared the nullity of marriage was not confirmed by another 199 26,1371| of the place in which the marriage~was celebrated about this. 200 26,1371| concerning the nullity of the marriage and any prohibitions~which 201 26,1372| declare the nullity of a marriage~by a sentence, if from a 202 26,1372| form for the celebration~of marriage required by law, provided 203 26,1372| form for the celebration of marriage required by law, but who 204 26,1372| by law, but who attempted marriage before a civil official 205 26,1375| declaring the nullity of marriage cannot be treated in a~summary 206 26,1378| merely civil effects of marriage, the judge~can determine 207 26,1383| considered free from the bond of marriage until after a~declaration 208 26,1384| non-consummated sacramental marriage or the dissolution of a 209 26,1384| or the dissolution of a marriage in favor of the~faith, the 210 27,1453| who~attempts a forbidden marriage is to be deposed. 3. 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