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The Sacrament of Marriage Many women do noble things but you surpass them all Proverbs 3129 What is marriage First of all there are many views of this sacred sacrament that Christians call Marriage In the religion of Catholics marriage is a sacred bonding of the mind body and soul It signifies the closeness of the couple and their spiritual development together as one Unity is the reason for this rite it will join the two people in a holy bond that can not be broken but only by the church The church does not believe in divorce but it can annul a marriage When the church executes this action the church never saw the marriage as a valid one Marriage view by a non-religious person is very different They seem to think marriage is not sacred Wedding chapels in Las Vegas for example are proof of the people that think this way There is no love in their marriage but just lust People divorce many times and marry again with no remorse of any kind Divorce can be effortlessly done in court In the eyes of the Church you are breaking this sacred sacrament It is a great sin to commit this act and it is impossible for you to do so if you are a true ChristianThe sacrament of marriage also has a ceremony involved In tradition the couple is in a formal dressing The man has a formal suit usually wearing black and the woman usually is in a white dress Its commonly held in a church in front of witnesses and done by a priest The vows to each other are exchanged and the couple is then marriedChristianity had laws called cannon laws about the sacred ritual This religion views it a most holy unity between people Divorce is never considered in the church Annulment is when the Church never saw the marriage as a valid and true
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