The pca’s position paper on divorce is dangerous for abuse victims barbara roberts ♦ june 19, 2017 ♦ 64 comments the pca’s position paper on divorce and remarriage suggests that only physical violence is grounds for divorce and it assumes that marriage problems are mutually caused so both parties are partly at fault if the marriage is in difficulties. No-fault divorce by catherine fairbairn contents: 1 the current basis for divorce parts 1 to 6 of this briefing paper deal with the position in england and wales fault-based divorce reported that the fact had very closely.
This position paper was given to all congressmen in the philippines to counter the house bill 6993 of hon manuel ortega it contains arguments which can help answer even the most recent bill hb 1799 of gabriela party list.
The paper you are looking at is not the official church position on divorce and remarriage it is my own understanding of the scriptures and therefore the guidelines for my own life and teaching and ministerial involvement in weddings.
When there is fault-based divorce, there are also accompanying defenses in a no-fault system, these defenses are not applicable (or necessary) see, eg, flora v.
Divorce and remarriage position paper however, if divorce is chosen, then based on what jesus said, the parties should remain single or be reconciled this instruction assumes that adultery is not involved since jesus said that adultery was a basis for divorce and remarriage.