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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
marriage
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | moral persons in general,” “marriage,” “sacraments other than 2 Intr | sacraments other than marriage,” “the ecclesiastical magisterium,” “ 3 1, 0, 109| Affinity arises from a valid marriage, even if not consummated, 4 1, 0, 112| at the time of or during marriage, has declared that he or 5 1, 0, 112| the other spouse; when the marriage has ended, however, the 6 1, 0, 112| 2 as well as, in a mixed marriage, the children of the Catholic 7 1, 0, 194| cleric who has attempted marriage even if only civilly.~§2. 8 2, 1, 226| special duty to work through marriage and the family to build 9 2, 2, 535| Christian faithful by reason of marriage, without prejudice to the 10 2, 3, 607| in the Church a wonderful marriage brought about by God, a 11 2, 3, 643| 2/ a spouse, while the marriage continues to exist;~3/ one 12 2, 3, 694| faith;~2/ has contracted marriage or attempted it, even only 13 2, 3, 721| 3/ a spouse, while the marriage continues to exist.~§2. 14 4, 1, 1041| person who has attempted marriage, even only civilly, while 15 4, 1, 1041| personally from entering marriage by a matrimonial bond, sacred 16 4, 1, 1041| a woman bound by a valid marriage or restricted by the same 17 4, 1, 1050| candidate, testimonials that the marriage was celebrated and the wife 18 4, 1 | TITLE VII.~MARRIAGE (Cann. 1055 - 1165)~ 19 4, 1, 1056| essential properties of marriage are unity and indissolubility, 20 4, 1, 1056| indissolubility, which in Christian marriage obtain a special firmness 21 4, 1, 1057| quali-fied by law, makes marriage; no human power is able 22 4, 1, 1057| covenant in order to establish marriage.~ 23 4, 1, 1058| prohibited by law can contract marriage.~ 24 4, 1, 1059| one party is Catholic, the marriage of Catholics is governed 25 4, 1, 1059| civil effects of the same marriage.~ 26 4, 1, 1060| Can. 1060 Marriage possesses the favor of law; 27 4, 1, 1060| doubt, the validity of a marriage must be upheld until the 28 4, 1, 1061| Can. 1061 §1. A valid marriage between the baptized is 29 4, 1, 1061| procreation of offspring, to which marriage is ordered by its nature 30 4, 1, 1061| become one flesh.~§2. After a marriage has been celebrated, if 31 4, 1, 1061| is proven.~§3. An invalid marriage is called putative if at 32 4, 1, 1062| Can. 1062 §1. A promise of marriage, whether unilateral or bilateral, 33 4, 1, 1062| seek the celebration of marriage; an action to repair damages, 34 4, 1 | PRECEDE THE CELEBRATION OF MARRIAGE~ 35 4, 1, 1063| the meaning of Christian marriage and about the function of 36 4, 1, 1063| personal preparation to enter marriage, which disposes the spouses 37 4, 1, 1063| liturgical celebration of marriage which is to show that the 38 4, 1, 1065| before they are admitted to marriage if it can be done without 39 4, 1, 1065| receive the sacrament of marriage fruitfully, spouses are 40 4, 1, 1066| Can. 1066 Before a marriage is celebrated, it must be 41 4, 1, 1067| of spouses and about the marriage banns or other opportune 42 4, 1, 1067| investigations necessary before marriage. After these norms have 43 4, 1, 1067| proceed to assist at the marriage.~ 44 4, 1, 1069| before the celebration of the marriage.~ 45 4, 1, 1070| pastor who is to assist at marriage has conducted the investigations, 46 4, 1, 1071| local ordinary at:~1/ a marriage of transients;~2/ a marriage 47 4, 1, 1071| marriage of transients;~2/ a marriage which cannot be recognized 48 4, 1, 1071| norm of civil law;~3/ a marriage of a person who is bound 49 4, 1, 1071| from a previous union;~4/ a marriage of a person who has notoriously 50 4, 1, 1071| the Catholic faith;~5/ a marriage of a person who is under 51 4, 1, 1071| is under a censure;~6/ a marriage of a minor child when the 52 4, 1, 1071| reasonably opposed;~7/ a marriage to be entered into through 53 4, 1, 1071| permission to assist at the marriage of a person who has notoriously 54 4, 1, 1072| from the celebration of marriage before the age at which 55 4, 1, 1072| a person usually enters marriage according to the accepted 56 4, 1, 1073| unqualified to contract marriage validly.~ 57 4, 1, 1075| law prohibits or nullifies marriage.~§2. Only the supreme authority 58 4, 1, 1077| local ordinary can prohibit marriage for his own subjects residing 59 4, 1, 1079| observed in the celebration of marriage and from each and every 60 4, 1, 1079| or deacon who assists at marriage according to the norm of 61 4, 1, 1080| for the wedding, and the marriage cannot be delayed without 62 4, 1, 1080| valid even to convalidate a marriage if there is the same danger 63 4, 1, 1081| also to be noted in the marriage register.~ 64 4, 1, 1083| cannot enter into a valid marriage.~§2. The conference of bishops 65 4, 1, 1083| the licit celebration of marriage.~ 66 4, 1, 1084| absolute or relative, nullifies marriage by its very nature.~§2. 67 4, 1, 1084| a doubt about a fact, a marriage must not be impeded nor, 68 4, 1, 1084| prohibits nor nullifies marriage, without prejudice to the 69 4, 1, 1085| bound by the bond of a prior marriage, even if it was not consummated, 70 4, 1, 1085| consummated, invalidly attempts marriage.~§2. Even if the prior marriage 71 4, 1, 1085| marriage.~§2. Even if the prior marriage is invalid or dissolved 72 4, 1, 1085| dissolution of the prior marriage is established legitimately 73 4, 1, 1086| Can. 1086 §1. A marriage between two persons, one 74 4, 1, 1086| 3. If at the time the marriage was contracted one party 75 4, 1, 1086| doubtful, the validity of the marriage must be presumed according 76 4, 1, 1087| orders invalidly attempt marriage.~ 77 4, 1, 1088| institute invalidly attempt marriage.~ 78 4, 1, 1089| Can. 1089 No marriage can exist between a man 79 4, 1, 1089| with a view of contracting marriage with her unless the woman 80 4, 1, 1089| unless the woman chooses marriage of her own accord after 81 4, 1, 1090| with a view to entering marriage with a certain person has 82 4, 1, 1090| invalidly attempts this marriage.~§2. Those who have brought 83 4, 1, 1090| also invalidly attempt a marriage together.~ 84 4, 1, 1091| direct line of consanguinity marriage is invalid between all ancestors 85 4, 1, 1091| In the collateral line marriage is invalid up to and including 86 4, 1, 1091| is not multiplied.~§4. A marriage is never permitted if doubt 87 4, 1, 1092| any degree invalidates a marriage.~ 88 4, 1, 1093| propriety arises from an invalid marriage after the establishment 89 4, 1, 1093| concubinage. It nullifies marriage in the first degree of the 90 4, 1, 1094| adoption cannot contract marriage together validly.~ 91 4, 1, 1095| incapable of contracting marriage:~1/ those who lack the sufficient 92 4, 1, 1095| essential obligations of marriage for causes of a psychic 93 4, 1, 1096| least not ignorant that marriage is a permanent partnership 94 4, 1, 1097| concerning the person renders a marriage invalid.~§2. Error concerning 95 4, 1, 1097| person does not render a marriage invalid even if it is the 96 4, 1, 1098| invalidly who enters into a marriage deceived by malice, perpetrated 97 4, 1, 1099| or sacramental dignity of marriage does not vitiate matrimonial 98 4, 1, 1100| opinion of the nullity of a marriage does not necessarily exclude 99 4, 1, 1101| used in celebrating the marriage.~§2. If, however, either 100 4, 1, 1101| act of the will exclude marriage itself, some essential element 101 4, 1, 1101| some essential element of marriage, or some essential property 102 4, 1, 1101| some essential property of marriage, the party contracts invalidly.~ 103 4, 1, 1102| Can. 1102 §1. A marriage subject to a condition about 104 4, 1, 1102| contracted validly.~§2. A marriage entered into subject to 105 4, 1, 1103| Can. 1103 A marriage is invalid if entered into 106 4, 1, 1103| person is compelled to choose marriage in order to be free from 107 4, 1, 1104| 1104 §1. To contract a marriage validly the contracting 108 4, 1, 1105| 1105 §1. To enter into a marriage validly by proxy it is required 109 4, 1, 1105| in his or her name, the marriage is invalid even if the proxy 110 4, 1, 1106| Can. 1106 A marriage can be contracted through 111 4, 1, 1107| Can. 1107 Even if a marriage was entered into invalidly 112 4, 1 | FORM OF THE CELEBRATION OF MARRIAGE~ 113 4, 1, 1108| person who assists at a marriage is understood to be only 114 4, 1, 1111| be given for a specific marriage; if it concerns general 115 4, 1, 1114| The person assisting at marriage acts illicitly unless the 116 4, 1, 1116| intend to enter into a true marriage can contract it validly 117 4, 1, 1116| at the celebration of the marriage together with the witnesses, 118 4, 1, 1116| prejudice to the validity of the marriage before witnesses only.~ 119 4, 1, 1117| the parties contracting marriage was baptized in the Catholic 120 4, 1, 1118| Can. 1118 §1. A marriage between Catholics or between 121 4, 1, 1118| local ordinary can permit a marriage to be celebrated in another 122 4, 1, 1118| another suitable place.~§3. A marriage between a Catholic party 123 4, 1, 1119| in the celebration of a marriage.~ 124 4, 1, 1120| produce its own rite of marriage, to be reviewed by the Holy 125 4, 1, 1120| person who assists at the marriage is present, asks for the 126 4, 1, 1121| Can. 1121 §1. After a marriage has been celebrated, the 127 4, 1, 1121| neither assisted at the marriage, is to note as soon as possible 128 4, 1, 1121| soon as possible in the marriage register the names of the 129 4, 1, 1121| of the celebration of the marriage according to the method 130 4, 1, 1121| diocesan bishop.~§2. Whenever a marriage is contracted according 131 4, 1, 1121| local ordinary about the marriage entered into.~§3. For a 132 4, 1, 1121| entered into.~§3. For a marriage contracted with a dispensation 133 4, 1, 1121| celebration are inscribed in the marriage registers of both the curia 134 4, 1, 1121| ordinary and pastor about the marriage celebrated and also to indicate 135 4, 1, 1122| 1122 §1. The contracted marriage is to be noted also in the 136 4, 1, 1122| spouse did not contract marriage in the parish in which the 137 4, 1, 1122| is to send notice of the marriage which has been entered into 138 4, 1, 1123| Can. 1123 Whenever a marriage is either convalidated in 139 4, 1, 1123| of the celebration of the marriage must be informed so that 140 4, 1, 1123| is properly made in the marriage and baptismal registers.~ 141 4, 1, 1124| the competent authority, a marriage is prohibited between two 142 4, 1, 1125| essential properties of marriage which neither of the contracting 143 4, 1, 1127| form to be used in a mixed marriage.~Nevertheless, if a Catholic 144 4, 1, 1127| Catholic party contracts marriage with a non-Catholic party 145 4, 1, 1127| of the place in which the marriage is celebrated and with some 146 4, 1, 1127| celebration of the same marriage to give or renew matrimonial 147 4, 1, 1128| children born of a mixed marriage do not lack the spiritual 148 4, 1 | CHAPTER VII.~MARRIAGE CELEBRATED SECRETLY~ 149 4, 1, 1130| local ordinary can permit a marriage to be celebrated secretly.~ 150 4, 1, 1131| Permission to celebrate a marriage secretly entails the following:~ 151 4, 1, 1131| be conducted before the marriage are done secretly;~2/ the 152 4, 1, 1131| observe secrecy about the marriage celebrated.~ 153 4, 1, 1132| harm to the holiness of marriage is imminent due to the observance 154 4, 1, 1132| before the celebration of the marriage.~ 155 4, 1, 1133| Can. 1133 A marriage celebrated secretly is to 156 4, 1 | CHAPTER VIII.~THE EFFECTS OF MARRIAGE~ 157 4, 1, 1134| Can. 1134 From a valid marriage there arises between the 158 4, 1, 1134| the spouses in a Christian marriage for the duties and dignity 159 4, 1, 1137| born of a valid or putative marriage are legitimate.~ 160 4, 1, 1138| father is he whom a lawful marriage indicates unless clear evidence 161 4, 1, 1138| days after the day when the marriage was celebrated or within 162 4, 1, 1139| subsequent valid or putative marriage of their parents or by a 163 4, 1, 1141| Can. 1141 A marriage that is ratum et consummatum 164 4, 1, 1142| dissolve a non-consummated marriage between baptized persons 165 4, 1, 1143| Can. 1143 §1. A marriage entered into by two non-baptized 166 4, 1, 1143| the very fact that a new marriage is contracted by the same 167 4, 1, 1144| party to contract a new marriage validly, the non-baptized 168 4, 1, 1146| right to contract a new marriage with a Catholic party:~1/ 169 4, 1, 1147| pauline privilege to contract marriage with a non-Catholic party, 170 4, 1, 1148| the cases mentioned in §1, marriage must be contracted in legitimate 171 4, 1, 1149| persecution can contract another marriage even if the other party 172 4, 1 | X.~THE CONVALIDATION OF MARRIAGE ~ 173 4, 1, 1156| 1156 §1. To convalidate a marriage which is invalid because 174 4, 1, 1157| of the will concerning a marriage which the renewing party 175 4, 1, 1159| Can. 1159 §1. A marriage which is invalid because 176 4, 1, 1160| Can. 1160 A marriage which is null because of 177 4, 1, 1161| radical sanation of an invalid marriage is its convalidation without 178 4, 1, 1161| of the celebration of the marriage unless other provision is 179 4, 1, 1162| Can. 1162 §1. A marriage cannot be radically sanated 180 4, 1, 1163| Can. 1163 §1. A marriage which is invalid because 181 4, 1, 1163| party perseveres.~§2. A marriage which is invalid because 182 4, 1, 1165| for nullity in the same marriage, after the conditions mentioned 183 4, 1, 1165| the sanation of a mixed marriage have been ful-filled. He 184 6, 2, 1393| 3, a cleric who attempts marriage, even if only civilly, incurs 185 6, 2, 1393| cleric and who attempts marriage, even if only civilly, incurs 186 7, 1, 1424| concerning the bond of marriage, without prejudice to the 187 7, 1, 1431| nullity or dissolution of a marriage; the defender of the bond 188 7, 1, 1481| good, with the exception of marriage cases, the judge is to appoint 189 7, 1, 1490| exercise, especially in marriage cases, the function of advocate 190 7, 3 | TITLE I.~MARRIAGE PROCESSES (Cann. 1671 - 191 7, 3 | TO DECLARE THE NULLITY OF MARRIAGE ~ 192 7, 3, 1671| Can. 1671 Marriage cases of the baptized belong 193 7, 3, 1672| merely civil effects of marriage belong to the civil magistrate 194 7, 3, 1673| concerning the nullity of marriage which are not reserved to 195 7, 3, 1673| of the place in which the marriage was celebrated;~2/ the tribunal 196 7, 3 | THE RIGHT TO CHALLENGE A MARRIAGE~ 197 7, 3, 1674| qualified to challenge a marriage:~1/ the spouses;~2/ the 198 7, 3, 1674| the convalidation of the marriage is not possible or expedient.~ 199 7, 3, 1675| Can. 1675 §1. A marriage which was not accused while 200 7, 3, 1676| possible to convalidate the marriage and restore conjugal living.~ 201 7, 3, 1677| whether the nullity of the marriage is established in the case 202 7, 3, 1677| grounds the validity of the marriage is to be challenged.~§4. 203 7, 3, 1681| that consummation of the marriage did not occur, after suspending 204 7, 3, 1682| declared the nullity of the marriage is to be transmitted ex 205 7, 3, 1682| favor of the nullity of a marriage was given in the first grade 206 7, 3, 1683| ground of nullity of the marriage is alleged at the appellate 207 7, 3, 1684| declared the nullity of the marriage has been confirmed at the 208 7, 3, 1684| sentence, the persons whose marriage has been declared null can 209 7, 3, 1684| null can contract a new marriage as soon as the decree or 210 7, 3, 1684| declared the nullity of the marriage was confirmed not by a second 211 7, 3, 1685| of the place in which the marriage was celebrated. The local 212 7, 3, 1685| declaration of the nullity of the marriage and any possible prohibitions 213 7, 3, 1685| soon as possible in the marriage and baptismal registers.~ ~ 214 7, 3, 1686| declare the nullity of a marriage by sentence if a document 215 7, 3, 1690| declaration of the nullity of a marriage cannot be treated in an 216 7, 3, 1692| merely civil effects of marriage, the judge, after having 217 7, 3 | FOR THE DISPENSATION OF A MARRIAGE RATUM ET NON CONSUMMATUM~ 218 7, 3, 1697| of a dispensation from a marriage ratum et non consummatum.~ 219 7, 3, 1698| the non-consummation of a marriage and the existence of a just 220 7, 3, 1700| the nullity of the same marriage has been introduced, however, 221 7, 3, 1702| cases of the nullity of marriage are to be observed insofar 222 7, 3, 1706| both of the place where the marriage was contracted and of the 223 7, 3, 1706| the dispensation in the marriage and baptismal registers.~ 224 7, 3, 1707| considered free from the bond of marriage until after the diocesan 225 7, 3, 1711| duties as the defender of the marriage bond.~


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