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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. You should thank your lucky stars you met a decent Catholic person and marry them on the spot. Do you both believe in Jesus Christ as your Savior?
And it generally leads to something less than charity, inviting the kind of rancor that is still quite evident in many sectarian settings.
The Bible talks about not being unequally yoked, but what about relationships betweeen a Protestant/Christian and a Catholic? I mean, besides our common beliefs in Trinity, there appears to be absolutely nothing in common in everything else! But if a Catholic guy asks me out on a date, should I accept? Is there even a possiblity that we can come to a neutral agreement in our faiths if we decide to date and marry? Then let the holy spirit work in you and start RCIA classes in September and by the next Spring you will also be Catholic and you both can live happily ever after. But if a Catholic guy asks me out on a date, should I accept? Is there even a possibility that we can come to a neutral agreement in our faiths if we decide to date and marry? Catholic/Protestant or Baptist/Pentecostal whatever when Christ is in the heart as Lord and Savior He will gives us the peace to work through what ever may come our way...our indifferences!
It was one of the most true, inspiring, and Godly sermons that I have ever heard. Sadly, you will need much more grace to deal with the harsh critics on both sides of this debate, both sectarian/contrarian Catholics and evangelicals.
May your life together become an icon of the love of Christ that we all need to see in real life.
I do know that having very different beliefs about God can really be divisive in a marriage.
It's hard enough even when you pretty much totally agree about everything to do with God!