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I’ve always been taught, and thought myself, that it meant adultery.To answer your question APV: In a sense divorce is never okay in the church.The disciples understand that Christ is teaching that the marriage bond, as God intended, is to be permanent. Paul in 1 Cor -11 gives the same understanding that seperated spouses only have two options, to reconcile with each other or remain single. IN the Church a marriage is either sacramental or not sacramental. civil law accepts a Catholic sacramental marriage as a civil marriage.The Catechism of the Catholic Church on divorce Take care and God bless, Inocencio J M J Hmmm. If there is never an instance where divorce and/or subsequent remarriage is allowed, then why didn’t Jesus just say, “I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery,” period? A marriage may exist in civil law while not existing as a sacrament of the Church. However, the Church does not accept a civil marriage as a sacrament.For example one always has the right, but not the obligation, to protect themselves from physical harm.So if a spouse is being beat their right to physical protection is greater than the obligation to remain wed.

That would have been another example of such a sham marriage.There can arise situations when the Church would not disapprove of a civil divorce.