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Re: What to do when one's spouse does not like the Tridentine Mass?
« Reply #135 on: August 13, 2016, 01:14:21 PM »
So, I know I stopped replying in this thread when people started arguing, haha. Just wanted to give an update. My husband attended the TLM (diocesan) with me today and has agreed to keep going!!!! Thank you God! And thank you all for all your prayers.  :)

I did opt to wait until he was ready. I am glad I did.

Glad to hear that. Pity that in a similar case (albeit there being other reasons too), the couple separated and one of the spouses is currently in an adulterous relationship.
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