All things being equal, the Church would prefer that Catholics marry Catholics.
Shared religious beliefs and practices are important factors in establishing a closer union with another person.
Instead, your dating relationship might provide an opportunity to learn about each other’s beliefs.
Teens find other teens attractive who feel good about themselves and we feel best about ourselves when we’re living true to our heart’s convictions.When teens are living by Godly morals and standards that have been taught in the home, they make better choices for their dating lives.Hearing more about the religious beliefs of a Protestant Christian may help a Catholic to understand his or her own tradition more deeply.We may be forced to think about aspects of our faith we have always taken for granted.As Tommy and I discussed his options, he agreed that an apology was in order and agreed to make better choices.
How do we help develop character in our teens and help them make good choices? What emanates from the heart is what we believe about God, ourselves and others.Your own question was more specific: you mention that the woman you were dating had a very strong faith in her Christian church and did not believe a relationship between her and a Catholic man would work out.She believed that if she kept seeing you, it could become more difficult for her to practice her own faith.Every relationship is unique and personal, and the honest sharing of feelings and values with one another is a key way to determine whether this particular relationship offers a future for both of you. With guidance from our chefs you'll be involved in creating delicious dishes that you'll then get to sit down and enjoy with the other lovely singles. We've teamed up with cookery schools and top chefs from around the UK to bring you our dining singles events.