Can a Catholic get remarried?
He or she cannot validly marry again in the Catholic Church. Remarriage isnt out of the question for Catholics: Due to the lifelong commitment thats required for the Sacrament of Matrimony, Catholics can marry only someone whos widowed or who wasnt married before.
Are Catholic annulments free?
If the marriage is found to have been nullified, the Catholic Church will issue an annulment and both parties will be free to remarry in the Church. While the annulment process may sound complicated, there are plenty of resources available to guide you through the process.
Can a divorced person become Catholic?
May a divorced Catholic receive Holy Communion? Yes. Divorced Catholics in good standing with the Church, who have not remarried or who have remarried following an annulment, may receive the sacraments.