Questions I Would Be Too Embarrassed to Ask
Do you have questions about being separated or divorced that
you are afraid to ask? Perhaps our question-answer
sheet can help. Click here to download the PDF.
Divorce is hard. When a Roman
Catholic experiences divorce, there is much confusion,
from receiving communion to an understanding of the
annulment process. The Catholic Church's views on
dating, and certainly the issue of remarriage. But most
importantly, Catholic women and men struggle to find
support and healing from divorce. This site is a place
where you can find answers and support; where you can
learn from others who share your experience, and tap
resources to help you or your loved ones heal from the
devastation of divorce. A place where you are
Help for those who need information about receiving a
declaration of nullity (an annulment)
The Diocese of La Crosse Matrimonial Tribunal is eager to address any questions or concerns one may have about the annulment process. In addition to their contact information, the Matrimonial Tribunal web page provides a detailed outline of what one can expect when they submit a petition for a possible annulment. Visit their page to learn more about this unique, and often misunderstood, ministry of healing.
Web page for the Diocesan Marriage Tribunal
Description of the annulment process from the Marriage
Since 1974, NACSDC has
been committed to the healing and recovery of those who have
experienced separation and divorce. We also realize that
people experiencing other sources of pain—whether widowed,
never married, or single parents for any reason—may benefit
from the programs we offer and the services we provide.
Adult Children of Divorced Parents
The Association for
Adult Children of Divorced Parents is an organization
designed to aid children of divorce develop strong healthy
relationships and beat the odds against them by making
their marriages work.