Chill Pope Francis is continuing his reign, this week making it easier for Catholics to back out of marriage mistakes.

Chill Pope passed down a new law allowing bishops to determine when a marriage has a “fundamental flaw” that makes the marriage “invalid,” according to the Chicago Tribune. This change includes a “new fast-track procedure” that bishops can carry out themselves when both husband and wife want out, allowing them to sidestep any longer investigation.

The only catch is: Catholics are required to get this annulment if they want to remarry in the church.

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