Anulment....how do you spell that word?

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Registered: 10-09-2007
Anulment....how do you spell that word?
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Sat, 11-15-2008 - 2:10pm

I am so sorry if I gave the impression of being upset with no response to my first inquiry about my anulment interview (and honestly, I cannot figure out its correct spelling either!lol). I just wrote "no response" because I was hoping to gain some insight here from your board. Looking back, I feel like it may have seemed too pushy to do the "no response" post....I'm sorry. That being said, thank you for your responses. I haven't had the interview yet, it's scheduled for 11/24 in the Trenton Diocese Tribunal Office. I have since spoken to the priest who has been guiding me

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Sat, 11-15-2008 - 2:31pm

I think it's wonderful that you and your DH are pursuing this. That says a lot about your marriage after 18 years! :)

Don't apologize for bumping your post up or nudging us for responses. This board has been very quiet recently. I just think we're all busy with our kids in school, and starting to think about the holidays. I would have responded to your original post, but I must admit---I know very little about the annulment process (And I think it's spelled with 2 "n's" LOL! ;) ). I didn't want to give you false information. But I do want to offer you support.

Welcome to the board. I'm Sofia, stay-at-home mommy to 4 kids: Matthew (10), Justin (7), and twins Tessa and Jenna (5). Looks like I live pretty near you! :)

I was raised Greek Orthodox, but changed to Catholic the Easter before my wedding in 1993. That is part of the reason I am pretty ignorant when it comes to the annulment thing, because it is very different in the Orthodox Church (it's MUCH easier!!).

Good luck to you and I hope you stick around!




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Registered: 04-01-2003
Mon, 11-17-2008 - 10:59am

No need to be apologetic for bumping up a post that was over looked!