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Why is divorce not allowed in the Catholic Faith?

This is not another question aimed at Catholic bashing. This is a very serious issue where both the partners agree to divorce and cannot live together but the Catholic Church does not allow divorce. I would like to know what exactly is the aim of the Catholic Church in formulating such rules which make life miserable to some couples.

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Best Answer Larry Wall says

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  • ElleBee 4 years ago

    I may be wrong on this, but I believe that it isn't completely banned for children from a subsequent civil marriage to be baptized in the Church. Unwed parents can have their children baptized so wouldn't this fit similarly?

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William E Krill Jr (krillco) says

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  • sherwood347 2 years ago

    ALL christian communities/churches use the Bible (New Testament) to "justify" the rules. So does Judaism. The islamic communities use the Koran. The bible and the Koran have many of the same "justifications".