Marriage

MARRIAGE  IN  OUR  PARISH  

wedding2Steps to be taken before getting married in a Catholic Church 

Premarriage Course

 It is adviseable to book a premarriage course as early as possible and it is recommended this should be done at least one year before the date of your wedding as dates are limited.

You can get an application form by contacting the Pastoral Centre, Cullies at 049-4375004 or by visiting the ACCORD website

http://www.accord.ie/services/marriage-preparation

Book the Church

You are advised to give at  least six months notice   to the parish where you wish to get married. Alot more notice should be given if you want a Friday or Saturday for your wedding.

Check with our Parish regarding terms and conditions for use of the church for a Wedding Ceremony.

You should also contact the local parish clergy where you live and ensure you have a priest who has agreed to conduct the marriage ceremony.

Each of you  will need to arrange with a priest in the parish you where you are now living to complete 

The Pre-Nuptial Enquire Form 

You will need to bring with you the following documents:

A long form Baptismal Certificate 
 [issued within six months of the proposed date of marriage -available from the parish of baptism]
 A Certificate of Confirmation 
 Proof of Freedom to Marry and a 
 Marriage Preparation Certificate
 http://www.accord.ie/services/marriage-preparation
 

More information regarding getting married in Rome

can be found by clicking on the links listed underneath 

http://www.irishcollege.org/weddings/

http://www.stpatricksrome.com/wedding.asp

 

CIVIL REQUIREMENTS FOR MARRIAGE wedding [640x480]

You both must arrange with the Registrar of Marriages to meet in person so as to give notice of your intention to get married at least three months in advance of the proposed marriage date.

In advance of meeting the registrar, meet one of the local clergy, book the church and know the name of the priest (solemniser) who has agreed to celebrate the Marriage

Receive the Marrriage Registration Form (MRF) from the civil registrar – without this document no Marriage can take place.

Show the MRF to the Priest (solemniser) to check that details are correct

Make the verbal declaration of no civil impediment not more than two days before Marriage.

Return the signed MRF to any civil registrar no later than one month after the wedding.

more details on

http://www.crsappointments.ie 

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