Post by Robert Post by Miloch
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale finally granted annulment by Catholic Church
More than five years after their official split, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
have been granted an annulment by the Catholic Church, a new report claims.
Gwen was told the decision was made by the Vatican tribunal, a source told Us
Weekly. She will be receiving the notification in writing in the next few
weeks, but its official.
The No Doubt frontwoman, 51, filed for divorce from the rocker, 54, in August
2015 after nearly 13 years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences. They
finalized their divorce in April 2016.
Stefani had reportedly put off the idea of marrying fiancé Blake Shelton until
the annulment was finalized due to her religious beliefs. Receiving the official
blessing of the Catholic church, the source believes, should move things along.
It was a huge relief for Gwen because she wanted to get married by her priest
and have the marriage recognized by the Catholic church, the source added.
Stefani and Rossdale share sons Kingston, 13, Zuma, 11, and Apollo, 6.
Now all those children are officially born out of wedlock, per the annulment.
It would have been less expensive, and less harmful if she just paid her RC Sin Tax.(better known as Indulgences)
You are an idiot.
The children were conceived during the marriage.
annulment a declaration from the church that a marriage was never
valid makes it possible for divorced Catholics to enter a new
marriage and still be eligible to receive Communion.Sep 9, 2015
Among the reasons why a party could seek an annulment, the panel
included the discovery that a person in the marriage was in an
extramarital relationship at the time of the marriage, when a spouse
procured an abortion, and when one party lacked religious faith.Sep 8,
Although the grounds for seeking an annulment differ, as can factors
that may disqualify a person for an annulment, common grounds for
annulment include the following:
Marriage between close relatives. ...
Mental incapacity. ...
Underage marriage. ...
IF AN ANNULMENT IS GRANTED THE CHILDREN WILL BE ILLEGITIMATE
Truth: The truth is that an ecclesiastical annulment is concerned only
with the spouses, and not the children. An annulment has no effect at
all on the legitimacy of children, or other arrangements regarding
children, such as custody or support. These are all concerns of the
civil law, and an ecclesiastical annulment has absolutely no effects
under civil law. It is a myth that granting an annulment makes the