I know, I know, the obvious answer is yes, but hear me out first.
My fiance and I (still so WEIRD saying that lol) are both Catholic. We even went to same Catholic school as kids and while we aren't ultra-religious we know it'd mean a lot to my parents and grandma that we get married in a church. To be honest it isn't something either of us are opposed to, we just hadn't thought we would be able to.
And here's why; while neither of us has ever been married before I do have a six year old son from a previous relationship and by the time we get married Little Man will be 8. I know that sex before marriage and children as a result are a big "no no" for the church, so I didn't think we'd be able to get married in one. I don't want to start calling churches and priests asking questions if we're just going to be denied in the end.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated