Canon law, however, does require Catholics to live morally and to strive for holiness, which raises the question of whether a divorced Catholic be dating.Of course it is only natural to want to try to move on from a failed relationship without wading through the lengthy annulment process.
It can also help you to obtain clarity and gain self-awareness.
Figuring out what went wrong in your previous relationship can help you avoid the risk of repeating mistakes and can prepare you to make better relationship decisions in the future.
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It also depends on how you were previously married and whether the form of that marriage was valid in the eyes of the Catholic Church.
In order to give a clearer answer, we need to address what the Catholic Church teaches about divorce.
Since it is clear that it is not morally acceptable for a married spouse to date, former spouses who are still deemed married would have to wait to begin dating until they receive the ordinary process annulment.
This is because dating while still married in the eyes of the Church would be a temptation to violate the marital obligations in violation of the Sixth Commandment.
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