Marriage Symbolism and Divorce

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  • Created on: 03-04-14 22:52
What does the exchanging of the rings symbolise?
They are round and made of a precious metal- symbolising that marriage is a precious gift( the rings are given) and that it should be eternal just as the rings are. When exchanging you say "Take this ring as a sign of my love and fidelity"
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What beliefs about marriage are presented in the vows?
"To love and to cherish until death do us part" shows the belief that marriage should be life-long and of course loving both ways. "in sickness and health' In dicates that you should support your partner no matter what their condition. "
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Beliefs in Vows continued?
"For better for worse" shows belief that marriage should be mutually supportive, you should try to overcome problems together.
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Should divorced catholic be allowed to re-marry- yes arguments?
Yes, because annuled catholics are and they are legally divorced anyway. Yes, because the beatitudes say 'Blessed are the merciful" Yes, because everyone makes mistakes and deserve a second chance. No, because Jesus preached this to be adulteryI tell
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Remarriage- no arguments?
No, goes against one of six principles- life-long. No, you are breaking the vows/promises you made in the presence of God.Jesus "I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery."
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What beliefs about marriage are presented in the vows?

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"To love and to cherish until death do us part" shows the belief that marriage should be life-long and of course loving both ways. "in sickness and health' In dicates that you should support your partner no matter what their condition. "

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Beliefs in Vows continued?

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Should divorced catholic be allowed to re-marry- yes arguments?

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Remarriage- no arguments?

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