Chill Pope Speeds Up Annulments for Catholics


Chill Pope Francis is continuing his reign, this week making it easier for Catholics to back out of marriage mistakes.

Chill Pope passed down a new law allowing bishops to determine when a marriage has a “fundamental flaw” that makes the marriage “invalid,” according to the Chicago Tribune. This change includes a “new fast-track procedure” that bishops can carry out themselves when both husband and wife want out, allowing them to sidestep any longer investigation.

The only catch is: Catholics are required to get this annulment if they want to remarry in the church.

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