After his death in 410 AD, his followers founded a community of believers known as the Maronite Christian Church.It spread rapidly throughout present day Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan.
Peter and Paul Church on East Jefferson in downtown Detroit.
Groups of believers often develop bureaucracies and, in 687, the Maronites elected their first Patriarch, John Maroun, who is also venerated as a saint. In the Seventh and Eighth century, the Arabs conquered most of the lands where the Maronites lived and sought to impose Islam as the religion.
The great strength of the Arabs and the weaknesses of the Europeans in this era meant that the Maronites were pretty much cut off from their Christian colleagues in Greece, Rome or elsewhere, isolated within a largely Islamic population.
There are 86 parishes across the country and a seminary in Washington, DC.
Mar Bechara Boutros Al-Rahi is the Patriarch of the Maronite Church and also serves in the College of Cardinals of the Roman Church.
So for a marriage that meets the requirements of being a sacrament, divorce in the Catholic Church is not possible.