Catholic bishops asked to help in Israeli divorce case

An Israeli appeals court has asked Catholic bishops to join proceedings to help them decide a divorce case involving a Maronite couple.

The court overturned a lower court ruling that awarded compensation to the husband because his wife refused to change her religion so he could divorce her.

Maronites, founded in Syria, form the only Eastern church which has always been in communion with Rome.

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