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"But the whole process is meant to protect the permanence and indissolubility of marriage."
I can see her views on the indissolubility of marriage well enough, and I know where she got them.
Christ declared the essential indissolubility of marriage in the Gospel.
With respect to the heart of the problem, the Church must hold fast to the indissolubility of marriage."
From the Roman catholic hierarchy, he solicited the response that the church believed in the indissolubility of marriage.
However, at the Council of Trent in 1563 the indissolubility of marriage was added to the canon law.
- The indissolubility and sanctity of marriage "between one man and one woman."
The convents, the indissolubility of sacramental marriage and the customary charitable works kept in check many difficulties.
Martin Luther's attack upon religious celibacy and against the sacramental character and indissolubility of marriage, worked permanent injury.
Those letters make the best case for Mr. Sachs's decision to include them in this wonderful collection, and for the indissolubility of art and life.
Churchmen favored exogamy (marriage outside the family), indissolubility of unions and free choice of marriage partners by the individuals concerned.
He has also defended the traditional Church position on the indissolubility of marriage and thus rejected that the divorced be allowed to remarry during their spouses' lifetime.
Pius XI also followed Augustine in upholding the indissolubility of marriage and the wrongfulness of sexual acts that impede conception:
History of Marriage, Jewish and Christian, with especial Reference to its Indissolubility and certain forbidden Degrees (1894)
A stubborn defense of the indissolubility of Spain, particularly with regard to its territorial integrity and its administrative unit, as opposed to any form of separatism .
Catholics acknowledge the indissolubility of marriage for any persons who give themselves freely in the bond of marriage and recognize the marriages of other Christians in most cases.
Since monogamy and the indissolubility of marriage are founded on the natural law, this impediment of ligamen is binding also on non-Catholics and on the unbaptized.
According to current Catholic legislation governing marriage, the essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility; in Christian marriage they acquire a distinctive firmness by reason of the sacrament.
The church will always face the daunting challenge of maintaining the delicate balance between responsibly proclaiming the gospel ideal of indissolubility and manifesting relief and compassion to those whose marriages have totally failed.
By contrast a rally was held in Manezh Square on the following day in support of the authority of the army and CPSU and the indissolubility of the Soviet Union.
Within a few years he published upwards of twenty-three works in which he defended the Catholic position on such doctrines as grace, the veneration of saints, monasticism, the indissolubility of marriage, the Mass, purgatory etc.
She divorced him in 1980, drawing criticism of hypocrisy from the Christian right regarding the indissolubility of Christian marriage which Bryant had championed and "the deterioration of the family" against which she had preached.
Therefore, informing consciences on the evil social consequences of divorce was seen by them to be of a similar standing to informing the consciences of catholic lay people on the sanctity and indissolubility of Christian marriage.
He appeared in the legates' court on her behalf, where he shocked people with the directness of his language, and by declaring that, like John the Baptist, he was ready to die on behalf of the indissolubility of marriage.