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  1. Thank you for all the information so far. It's very helpful. Keep the suggestions coming!
  2. I have searched everywhere and I can't find anything. it is very important for us to be married in a church or chapel with a religious ceremony. I have located an episcopal priest but I'm having trouble with a location. Can any of the chapels be used for another denomination's service? Thank you!!
  3. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  4. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  5. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  6. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  7. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  8. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  9. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
  10. Thanks in advance for your help! We were planning on getting married in one of the catholic churches in playa (he is catholic, I am some combination of methodist/episcopalian) but just found out that I will need an annulment to get married in the church (I was previously married and divorced 5 years ago to another non-catholic- don't get me started). A religious ceremony in a church/chapel is very important to us but as the annulment process can take 1-2 years and we are both 35+ and want children (the clock is literally ticking!) we want to get married next year and will deal with the annulment/convalidation at a later date. I found an episcopalian priest in Cancun but I am having a really hard time finding a church or chapel in PDC for a non-catholic wedding. I feel like this is a very stupid question but can non-catholic weddings be performed at any of the catholic churches/chapels? We do not want to get married on a beach. It's just not for us : ) Does anyone have ideas or advice? Or should we suck it up an wait out the annulment? Please help! Thank you!
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