I have a question, maybe someone can give me some insight. i was married in a catholic church, brought up catholic, and lived by the most part a catholic, not ver religious, but catholic. Now my question/problem is how to deal with the wrath of the church.I was told that marriage is forever,thru good/and bad one man/one woman forever. and if you get divorce its a mortal sin.If your a woman, and go with another man,mortal sin, if you dont have forgiveness in your heart mortal sin. so pretty much they told me im going to hell.It seems acceptable that the man can cheat and carry on but not the woman. Now I have never ever cheated and never would, but i do plan on dating some day. which im sure will be hard enough. but the thought of going to hell is not really appealing to me. and i certainly dont have any forgiveness in my heart. maybe one day i will but i dont see it happening any time soo. so what options do i have? just say ok im going to hell now? for something that i never had any control over. sorry im babbling.
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