This so-called exception clause appears here in Matthew 5 and again in Matthew 19 but does not occur in either Mark or Luke.
In a similar passage in Mark 12, Jesus widens the scope of the teaching to show that such dissolution may apply to the behavior ...
After discussing his views contrasted with those in Judaism, Jesus remarks, "It was also said, ' Whoever divorces his wife, let him give her a certificate of divorce.' But I say to you that anyone who divorces his wife, except on the ground of unchastity, causes her to commit adultery; and whoever marries a divorced woman commits adultery." It is noteworthy that Jesus clearly sees some circumstances that legitimize divorce.
A marriage continues to be valid until one party dissolves the marriage through unfaithfulness.
Christ is the source of this grace and the spouses serve as Christ to each other.
In order for the marriage to be considered a sacramental marriage, it must meet the following conditions: Prior to marriage, a couple will be required to undergo marriage preparation.
We have now confirmed that O' Reilly and Mc Philmy have been formally divorced, that she has since married the detective, and that O' Reilly is in the midst of a scorched-earth custody battle—dubbed, appropriately enough, —over the ex-couple's two children.With the help of the New York Civil Liberties Union, we are currently suing the NCPD for access to public records, including O' Reilly's correspondence with former commissioner Lawrence Mulvey, about the episode.That case is on appeal to the Second Department of New York Supreme Court's Appellate Division.It involves a surreptitious attempt by O' Reilly to undermine his custody arrangement by hiring, as a member of his household staff, the woman he and his ex had agreed on as a neutral arbiter of their disputes.It also involves O' Reilly's attempts to annul his marriage and have Mc Philmy potentially booted from the Catholic Church.This is not wedding planning, but rather it is to help couples lay a strong foundation for their marriage.