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Hi everyone! I would just like to know everyone from here who got married in catholic rites or with the priest and in garden wedding. Is it possible or is it true that hubby needs to be catholic for 6 months before we can get marry in catholic rites?

any opinion, suggestions and experiences are highly appreciated....thanks!!!:)

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Hi everyone! I would just like to know everyone from here who got married in catholic rites or with the priest and in garden wedding. Is it possible or is it true that hubby needs to be catholic for 6 months before we can get marry in catholic rites?

any opinion, suggestions and experiences are highly appreciated....thanks!!!:)

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ME and my hubby got married in a catholic church ( in the Philippines) co'z i am a catholic . Since my hubby is a baptist we need to get a permit of mix marriage from the bishop in our diocese ( one of the requirements) and my hubby during the interview promised to the priest that he will not convert me and baptize our child(if we will haVE is in the future) in his church(baptist). Garden wedding with the priest in not allowed now.... all catholic wedding must be held inside the catholic church.

Hope this could help.

Take care and Good luck

jane


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Hi everyone! I would just like to know everyone from here who got married in catholic rites or with the priest and in garden wedding. Is it possible or is it true that hubby needs to be catholic for 6 months before we can get marry in catholic rites?

any opinion, suggestions and experiences are highly appreciated....thanks!!!:)

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ME and my hubby got married in a catholic church ( in the Philippines) co'z i am a catholic . Since my hubby is a baptist we need to get a permit of mix marriage from the bishop in our diocese ( one of the requirements) and my hubby during the interview promised to the priest that he will not convert me and baptize our child(if we will haVE is in the future) in his church(baptist). Garden wedding with the priest in not allowed now.... all catholic wedding must be held inside the catholic church.

Hope this could help.

Take care and Good luck

jane

thank you jane..:) i appreciate it so much..Me and my fiance planning to have garden wedding when i get there, and if possible with officiating priest, but just today he told me that its not possible ( accdg to his friends wife") that he should be 6 months catholic before we can get married with a priest, is this all true?

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Sally, if you are planning on getting married in a Catholic church here in the US, then perhaps your husband should start talking to a Catholic priest in his area. They are quiet strict here so he might want to start getting signed up and go through the required classes.


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Sally, if you are planning on getting married in a Catholic church here in the US, then perhaps your husband should start talking to a Catholic priest in his area. They are quiet strict here so he might want to start getting signed up and go through the required classes.

Hi! yeah i told him to find it out cos i really want to get married in catholic..he's not catholic, he was one a primitive baptist before but is very willing to get married in catholic also..and that i am so much more happier:)..i hope we could get married in catholic in church but with the time line,,,i think we couldn't so we were thinking of civil marriage then church if we will find out whats needs to be done..BTW, thank you for in input..god bless u!

Sally

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