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Annulments in the Catholic Church: A User's Guide
     

Annulments in the Catholic Church: A User's Guide

by Richard Shewman
 
Marriage annulments are among the most confusing and misunderstood elements of Catholic life. This ebook is for anyone who in considering an annulment or simply wants to learn more about the process. The ebook answers common questions about marriage annulment, gives easy to understand background information about annulments, as well as a step by step guide of how to

Overview

Marriage annulments are among the most confusing and misunderstood elements of Catholic life. This ebook is for anyone who in considering an annulment or simply wants to learn more about the process. The ebook answers common questions about marriage annulment, gives easy to understand background information about annulments, as well as a step by step guide of how to get through the process and protect your rights along the way.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011820144
Publisher:
Along the Way
Publication date:
10/08/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
804,428
File size:
135 KB

Meet the Author

The author is Deacon Richard Shewman. A native of Rochester, New York, Deacon Shewman went to Micronesia as a Peace Corps Volunteer in 1973. After completing his Peace Corps tour of duty in 1975, he ended up staying in Micronesia for the next 23 years. Richard Shewman was ordained a permanent Deacon in the Catholic Church in September 1984 and was incardinated in the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands). At the time he was ordained, Deacon Shewman was employed as Executive Director for the CNMI Criminal Justice Planning Agency. In 1988 he entered full time ministry with the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa serving in various ministries. Deacon Shewman has a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree from St. Mary Seminary in Cleveland, Ohio. His emphasis is in spirituality. He has also earned a Master's degree in Behavior Science, a Master of Arts Degree in Pastoral Theology and a Licentiate degree in Canon Law. He is employed currently by the Diocese of Erie as a canon lawyer and teaches part-time as an adjunct professor of theology at Gannon University and Mercyhurst College. He also exercises his diaconal ministry at St. Luke's Parish in Erie.

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