Can a Roman Catholic marry an Eastern Catholic?

Can a Roman Catholic marry an Orthodox?

Catholic canon law allows marriage between a Catholic and an Orthodox only if permission is obtained from the Catholic bishop.

Do both have to be Catholic to be married?

Both partners do not have to be a Catholic in order to be sacramentally married in the Catholic Church, but both must be baptized Christians (and at least one must be a Catholic). … For a Catholic to marry a non-Catholic Christian, express permission is required from his or her bishop.

Which is older Catholic or Orthodox?

Therefore the Catholic Church is the oldest of all. The Orthodox represents the original Christian Church because they trace their bishops back to the five early patriarchates of Rome, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Constantinople and Antioch.

Can Catholic marry outside church?

Under the Catholic Church’s cannon law, marriages are meant to be performed by a Catholic priest inside either the bride or groom’s parish church. … The Church is now giving permission for couples to tie the knot outside of a church—but only in two cities.

Can a Catholic married to a non-Catholic take communion?

Non-Catholics can come to as many Catholic Masses as they want; they can marry Catholics and raise their children in the Catholic faith, but they can’t receive Holy Communion in the Catholic Church until they become Catholic.

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Can Catholics use condoms?

Catholic church teaching does not allow the use of condoms as a means of birth control, arguing that abstinence and monogamy in heterosexual marriage is the best way to stop the spread of Aids.

What makes a marriage invalid in the Catholic Church?

A marriage may be declared invalid because at least one of the two parties was not free to consent to the marriage or did not fully commit to the marriage.