In order to help divorced and remarried Catholics live sacramental lives, the Church encourages them to pursue the annulment process. Any priest or deacon can provide information and discuss the process with those with interest. In addition, the Cathedral has trained case sponsors to assist people in submitting a case to the Tribunal.

Annulment Information Session

The Cathedral will host an Annulment Information Session with Fr. Dan Ketter, Judicial Vicar  of the Metropolitan Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, on Wednesday, October 21 @ 7 pm via Zoom.

The information presented will include:

  1. What  is an annulment?
  2. Why do Catholics and non Catholics need an annulment?
  3. What is the annulment process?
  4. How do I get started?

Please rsvp at https://cathedralctk.com/annulmentinfo to receive Zoom information.

Contact

For more information or to arrange a confidential discussion with our Annulment Advocate, contact Bernadette Flowers at bflowers@ctking.com or Kathy McCormick at kmccormick@ctking.com.

Become an Advocate

We are looking for adult parishioners who would like to serve in the Tribunal Advocate Program. Training is provided. More information on the Advocate program can be found here. If you are interested, please contact Bernadette Flowers at bflowers@ctking.com or Kathy McCormick at kmccormick@ctking.com.

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