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Canon 832

1. If one cannot have present or have access to a priest who is

competent according to the norm of law without grave inconvenience, those intending to celebrate a true marriage can validly

and licitly celebrate it before witnesses alone: (1) in danger

of death; (2) outside the danger of death, as long as it is

prudently foreseen that such circumstances will continue for a

month. 2. In either case, if another priest, even a non-Catholic one, is able to be present, inasmuch as it is possible

he is to be called so that he can bless the marriage, without

prejudice for the validity of a marriage in the presence only of

the witnesses. 3. If a marriage was celebrated in the presence

only of witnesses, the spouses shall not neglect to receive the

blessing of the marriage from a priest as soon as possible.




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