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As difficult as it is, it’s important to respect her decision.Some persons are able to date or even marry a person of another Church and still remain strong in their own faith. Honoring her feelings and her decision in this matter is part of respecting her faith and the importance it holds for her.My faith is such a massive part of my life that the thought of not being able to share it all with a girlfriend was just inconceivable.Actually, my faith isn’t so much of my life, affecting my priorities, choices and decisions.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.In fact, I would say it has been something of a perennial question. Well, more often than not, it is asked by female Catholics who have become frustrated with the lack of initiative on the part of the Catholic men when it comes to asking out Catholic women.As a result of this, when a Catholic girl receives a date invitation from someone outside of her faith community, it is not so quickly dismissed and is instead worth some serious consideration.
😉 During the intervening three years since writing that series, my own love life has been, to put it mildly, anything but dull.
These romantic relationships rarely went beyond a date or two.
It very quickly became apparent to me that we were on very different wavelengths.
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.
Having said that, I’ve also known many male Catholic friends who, after having had their advances rebuffed by ladies within their Catholic circle, figure that the risk of rejection can be mitigated by asking out women whom they’re not going to see at every Diocesan event or with whom they’re not going have to share a pew, week after week…