Annulments and the Catholic Church

Annulments and the Catholic Church

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by Dr. Edward Peters
     
 

Annulment. A perplexing word. To some, both Catholics and non-Catholics alike, it is synonymous with “Catholic divorce.” Others think that an annulment makes children illegitimate. Many questions abound regarding this issue, one which unfortunately touches the lives of many in the Church today. In this helpful book, canon and civil lawyer Edward N.… See more details below

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Annulment. A perplexing word. To some, both Catholics and non-Catholics alike, it is synonymous with “Catholic divorce.” Others think that an annulment makes children illegitimate. Many questions abound regarding this issue, one which unfortunately touches the lives of many in the Church today. In this helpful book, canon and civil lawyer Edward N. Peters clears up some of the confusion by answering the most commonly-asked annulment questions in a thorough yet easy-to-understand style.

Editorial Reviews

Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas S.T.D., Ph.D.
I highly recommend this work as a text for Catholic high school marriage courses and for Pre-Cana programs.
Jimmy Akin
This is the 'must-read' book on annulments. It is the best book on the subject, bar none.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012541161
Publisher:
Ascension Press
Publication date:
05/02/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
168
Sales rank:
375,112
File size:
0 MB

Meet the Author

Dr. Edward N. Peters received his civil law degree from the University of Missouri at Columbia and his doctoral degree in canon law from the Catholic University of America. He has held a number of teaching and administrative posts, including Director of the Office for Canonical Affairs for the Diocese of San Diego as well as Defender of the Bond and collegiate judge on diocesan and archdiocesan appellate tribunals. He currently is professor of canon law for the Institute for Pastoral Theology in Ypsilanti, Michigan. A frequent guest on Catholic media apostolates, Dr. Peters’ articles and reviews have appeared in a wide variety of Catholic and secular publications. He maintains a canon law website, www.canonlaw.info, and serves as a consultant to many ecclesiastical institutions and persons. He and his wife, Angela, are raising six children.

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