Do you both have to be Catholic to get married in the church?
The Catholic Church also has requirements before Catholics can be considered validly married in the eyes of the Church. The Church prefers that marriages between Catholics, or between Catholics and other Christians, be celebrated in the parish church of one of the spouses.
Can you marry a Catholic without converting?
The Catholic Church requires a dispensation for mixed marriages. The Catholic party's ordinary (typically a bishop) has the authority to grant them. The baptized non-Catholic partner does not have to convert. The non-Catholic partner must be made "truly aware" of the meaning of the Catholic party's promise.
What makes a marriage invalid in the Catholic Church?
If one of the parties were prohibited from marrying by a diriment impediment (from the Latin for "interrupting"), the marriage is invalid. Because these impediments may not be known at all, the marriage is called a putative marriage if at least one of the parties married in good faith.
Can you get married in a cathedral if you’re not Catholic?
Only one spouse has to be Catholic to be married in a Catholic church. However, your fiance should be a baptized Christian. If one of you is not baptized, you can still be married in a Catholic church, but it won't be sacramental.