Catholic dating a born again christian


As Valentine’s Day approaches the majority of us may not be inspired by Pope Benedict XVI’s father’s business-like approach to romance. But the modern equivalent – Catholic dating websites – are producing happily-ever-afters for Catholics. In some respects, this makes sense. What are the odds of meeting a devout Catholic at a friend’s birthday drinks in central London? In our busy single lives, how often do we attend Mass at the same time and same location every week? How regularly are we free to attend parish events and how often will we meet someone young and single there?

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You simply have to decide (preferably before you get married or have children) how important this relationship is to you and how important your faith is.  My mother was raised a strict Catholic (she went to Catholic school, Catholic nursing school, and participated in family mass in addition to the church's), but she married my dad who is/was a born again Christian.  My mom converted to my dad's faith before they were married, but that had more to do with a friend's influence and some "soul-searching" that my mom went through.  Even with my mom and dad's agreement on their faith, there was a great deal of tension with my mom's family when her parents were still alive because of her choice.


Catholic dating a born again christian

Catholic dating a born again christian



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