If he wasn't Catholic, he was never married.
No, you are wrong. Non-Catholics (whether baptized or unbaptized) who were not baptized into the Catholic Church are not bound to the Catholic form of marriage. Thus, when they contract marriage among themselves it is valid. That is specified in the 1917 Code of Canon Law (Canon 1099.3). Two baptized heretics (who were never baptized into the Catholic Church) would also have a sacramental marriage (although it would be contracted in sin).
God bless you MHFM! Thank you for this!
Great video. After watching some of these videos, a lot of things make more sense.
First off I love your guys videos they’ve helped me a lot. I was a Protestant Seminarian…
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MHFM: It really is astounding that this is a real story. His reference to what was “afflicting him” at 46 seconds really points to his demonic disturbance and internal rebellion against God.
It's disgusting. The evil cabal are working overtime to kill as many people as possible. It is noteworthy that all three of the synoptic Gospels include Jesus' warning about scandalizing the youth.
Mt. 18:6: "But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea."
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