| Originally Posted by DGG |
I am getting married on Grand Bahama Island in the Bahamas and you can have a Catholic wedding there as well. For Roman Catholic weddings, it has to be in a church - I had thought this rule was relaxed, but apparently not. I know someone who got married in Puerto Rico by a Catholic priest - it was a regular wedding, but the Church in the US told them they have to renew their vows in a church for it to be recognized.
In the Bahamas, we could only find a RC priest that will marry us inside of a church, but at least we won't have to renew our vows for our marriage to count in the eyes of the Church.
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| Originally Posted by jamisoncollette |
Did your friend learn why she needed to renew her vows? Puerto Rico is a US territory with all the benefits of a state. Were both parties Catholic i wonder?
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