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Whenever you are involved with someone who has a past of any kind, in this case a past marriage, you are taking on all the people involved as well, and the history.

I am dating a good Catholic man who is divorced and has a son.

I am a Christian who is becoming Catholic (I’m in RCIA) who was also married before and have a daughter.

Just because you are in love with someone does not mean you can (or should) proceed with that person toward marriage.

It is false interpretation of true marital love to believe that the feelings of being “in love” are what matters the most, and must discount all other factors, no matter how difficult or questionable. Sometimes, despite what we want and how we feel, the best thing for the other is that the relationship NOT proceed further.

I also do not know if their marriage took place in the Catholic Church.

I am just going to assume it did and the marriage was not annulled.It most certainly does not do anything to their moral obligations at the spiritual level.Their vows before God cannot be dissolved by a civil court.That is my general overview of handling situations like you are in.Now you need to confront the specific factors before you can make an informed and wise decision.Therefore, you are dating a married man, which you are not permitted to do.

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