Okay. So I have been dating a guy for almost 2 months. I am very sure that I am going to marry him and can’t wait. The only problem we have encountered so far is where to go to church. He was raised Catholic and I was raised Baptist. Neither of us are asking for the other to convert but we both know and have said that after we are married we need to go to church together and agree on the church we attend together. My mom has told me that if I convert to Catholic, she won’t support me anymore. My sister uses the fact that I am dating a Catholic as a zinger. I am really sick of that from them. My dad and brothers know my boyfriend really well and like him. I am ready for my mom and sister to just get over the Catholic thing and just to accept my boyfriend and maybe try to get to know him as a person. Because if they could get passed that, they would see that he is amazing and worth loving.
|August 6, 2015 at 14:54|
Hi! 🙂 There is nothing to worry about 🙂 Remember that God has a plan for everything, including where you will go to church! And I also think that it doesn’t matter what denomination you are, because you are both Christians and believe in Jesus and that is the most important thing. I am Catholic and my best friend is nondenominational and we have talked about the differences between our denominations a lot. It’s fun to talk about! lol anyway im getting off topic… anyway, there is nothing to worry about. God knows exactly where he wants you to in the future, including what chhurch He wants you to go to. So, you should pray for guidance in making a decision and trust thtat His plan will all fall into place. Also, be praying for your mom and your sister to accept your boyfriend. Because it sounds like he is a great guy and you two have a great relationship. I’ll be praying for you, too! I’ll pray that they realize that it doesn’t matter what denomination your boyfriend is, and that he is a great guy. So don’t worry, everything will happen according to God’s perfect plan. 🙂
|August 6, 2015 at 21:49|
I’m sorry there’s so much trouble surrounding you guys because of this. Catholics are Christians, and that’s really all that matters. I know you two aren’t trying to convert each other, but usually when I see a Catholic marry a Baptist they decide together on a Non-denominational church.
|August 7, 2015 at 06:32|
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