After a divorce an annulment is required if you wish to remarry in the Catholic Church. Saint Clemement Parish offers Annulment Support Ministry to help you start the paperwork and provide you with some pastoral support for the challenges in completing the process.

In the annulment process, an inquiry is made as to the capacity of the couple at the time they exchanged consent to enter a sacramental marriage as the Church intends. Often, upon investigation, a discovery is made that some essential element was missing. Many people feel an inner peace and spiritual closure after going through the annulment process.

To begin the process please call Gael Day and ask to meet with any of our priests or with our Pastoral Associate Christina Bax.

Steps to the declaration of nullity process:

  • Obtain the beginning application form from us by making an appointment or download one here.
  • Complete the form, and after your pastoral minister has signed it, and mail it into the Tribunal office.
  • Respond to any requests from the Tribunal—writing your testimony, producing documents, etc.
  • Set a timeline to complete this work within a few months of receiving the forms from the Tribunal.
  • Ask for help from an Annulment Support minister if you get stuck.
  • Keep copies of everything you send to the Tribunal.
  • Stay in contact with your case through your Field Advocate, Annulment Support minister or pastoral minister.

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