Does any Religion Forbid Civil Marriage?

Is there any religion which forbids its practitioners from registering (or whatever the proper word is) their marriage with civil authorities, requiring them only to have their marriage sancitifed by the religion?

Conversely, is there any religion that won’t recognize a marriage that was only performed civilly? For example, will the Roman Catholic Church recognize the marriage of two Catholics if it was done at the courthouse by a judge instead of in a church performed by a priest?

Well, in most European countries, marriage was always a civil rite*. Even back before the Reformation, the marriage was sanctioned solely by the civil authorities; the church merely held a mass celebrating it. The chuch might deny mass if you married outside the church, but the marriage was recognized.

So you wouldn’t find it an issue in any Christian church.

*Even today, marriage licenses are always granted by government officials.