Advice dating non catholic

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I have expressed that I want him to be supportive of me and my faith/community/relationship with God, and he has been receptive.I would love to hear how you and your partner are making it work for additional ideas.We love each other and I'm glad I have him, but I do warn you that it can be lonely.I encourage you think about what your faith is to you and what you need to do, and if he doesn't want to support those things... I think it might be easier for me because my husband is irreligious, so it's not competing faith traditions, it's just Catholic or nothing.I'm not married or dating anyone but growing up my mom was Catholic and my dad non denominational Christian.

We work because we both have mutual respect for each other and each other's beliefs. My faith was already returning when I met her, but she really helped me reignite the flame of my faith.

In the above example the two people are baptized Christians of different confessions (or denominations), but a non-baptized person is not a part of the Christian family.

When it involves someone who has not been baptized then the marriage requires an express dispensation from the bishop in order for the union to be considered valid.

My partner and I have a great relationship and are both Christians. I was raised Catholic and both of my siblings married Catholics and my mother and father are both Catholic.

My father was methodist and converted about 5 years into their marriage.

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