What exacerbates the problem is this: too often, a romanticized image of the family is used against even the most dysfunctional relationships. Passages from the Bible are even frivolously invoked in the name of marital holiness. The Philippines is the only country in the world outside Vatican City where divorce is not legal, CNN reports. More than 80% of the population of the Philippines is Catholic. The relationship between religion and divorce is complicated and diverse. Different religions have different ideas about divorce. Some religions accept divorce as a fact of life, while others believe it is only right in certain circumstances such as adultery. Also, some religions allow remarriage after divorce, and others believe it is inherently wrong. This article attempts to summarize these views of the world`s major religions and some important traditions regarding divorce in each religion. Rouquel Ponte, chairman of the council, warned that the experience of other countries shows that the legalization of divorce leads to the weakening of families. The Christian emperors Constantine and Theodosius limited the grounds for divorce to serious grounds, which, however, were relaxed by Justinian in the 6th century. After the fall of the empire, family life was governed more by ecclesiastical authority than by civil authority.
Divorce deals with its justification with the limits of these provisions. It recognizes that marriage has existed and that divorced persons can remarry. Christian views on divorce are grounded both in biblical sources dating back to the surrender of the Law to Moses (Deuteronomy 24:1-4) and in political developments in the Christian world long after the Bible was normalized. According to the Synoptic Gospels, Jesus emphasized the permanence of marriage (see Mark 10 in verses 1–9; Matthew 19; Luke 16:18), but also its integrity. In the book of Matthew, Jesus says, “Because of the hardness of your heart, Moses allowed you to divorce your wives, but from the beginning it was not so. And I say to you, whoever divorces his wife, except because of sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery.  The Church, along with pro-life groups, strongly opposes the divorce proposal contained in the death laws because it “violates the law of the Lord, especially by strengthening the foundation of the family.” A Filipino church official expressed surprise at the country`s legislature`s swift passage of a law that would legalize divorce. God`s plan is a faithful marriage that will last a lifetime. The Church must be at the forefront of prenuptial, marital, and postnuptial counseling to create and maintain strong marriages.
However, when a married couple separates beyond reconciliation, divorce is an unfortunate alternative in the midst of the breakup, even after careful consideration and consultation. We mourn the devastating emotional, spiritual and economic consequences of divorce for everyone involved and understand that women, and especially children, are disproportionately affected by such burdens. As a church, we are concerned about high divorce rates. It is recommended that mediation methods be used to minimize the adversarial nature and detection of errors that are often part of our current legal proceedings and to promote reconciliation wherever possible. We also support governments` efforts to reform divorce law and other aspects of family law to counter negative trends such as high divorce rates. A woman may initiate divorce proceedings for various reasons (including lack of satisfaction in her sex life). However, this right extends only to the extent that a court requests that her husband be compelled to divorce.  A woman who hates her husband cannot dissolve her marriage with him against his will. Nor can a man dissolve his marriage with his wife against her will. But by mutual enmity, a divorce can be obtained (parasparam dveshánmokshah). If a man, fearing the danger of his wife, wishes to divorce (mokshamichhet), he must return to her what was given to him (on the occasion of his marriage). If a wife, fearing the danger of her husband, wishes to divorce, she loses her rights to her property.
 The Wiccan equivalent of a divorce is called a hand disk. Wiccans traditionally see a high priest or high priestess discussing things before a divorce.  However, a fast (marriage) that peacefully collapses does not necessarily need a separation from the hand.  Part of the complex divorce process in Judaism is the creation of the Get itself. The get is done with great care and responsibility to ensure that no mistakes have consequences in the future. For example, exactly twelve lines are written in permanent ink, indicating the names of both parties, the place and time of the divorce.  Because of the risk of giving birth to mamzerim if the process is not conducted properly, and because divorce law is extraordinarily complex, the process is usually supervised by experts. Filipino Catholics are rising to Pope Francis` challenge to counter “ideological colonization that seeks to destroy the family” and are engaging in a campaign against the law. Christina Del Reys, a member of the Christian Family Movement, told AsiaNews: “Our current laws already allow marriage to be declared invalid or objectionable. In certain circumstances, a declaration of nullity is also permitted. But here there is a fundamental difference between annulment and divorce. Marriage is not a simple contract or union, but a sacrament, a covenant before God.
It is a sacred union between man, woman and God to create a family.” .