Catholics believe that you have to pray to Mary and things of that sort, but Christians believe that we pray through Jesus. But if you marry the person and already know that there could be some issues and still marry them, then you are responsible if they come up. Our opinion is just that, but we don't have anything to do with your life, God does.
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 overlooks the things that really have no eternal value.I don't know what the Catholic Church do these days in when one is not a member of the Catholic Church.... If one has to go through a marriage class & so forth, heck, I think every one would benefit from that, Catholic or not.... that b/f or g/f, spouse is asking one to do things out of the will of God and scripture. And if one isn't married yet and this is in your relationship, uh...them!!! Found a way to raise their kids and worship God at the same time...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!But if you wholeheartedly believe in the Protestant doctrine and way and wouldn't want to raise your kids any other way, then I would say you would do best not to even get involved with someone who is a staunch Catholic.