For every catholic dating a non-catholic there is a catholic from the opposite sex unavailable to find a catholic for marriage it is the reality of things that is a reason sticky enough to close lines and refuse to date non-catholics.
Faith was never an issue while dating because although bob was catholic and i was a non-denominational protestant, he was a sort-of-almost-lapsed catholic which in my unformed mind was sort of like being a protestant.
Catholics also see marriage between catholics as an essential way of passing on the catholic faith from one generation to the next america is, however, a society in which catholics and people of other religious faiths encounter each other each day. Nondenominational (or non-denominational) christianity consists of churches which typically distance themselves from the confessionalism or creedalism of other christian communities by calling themselves nondenominational. The reason a catholic/non-denominational marriage can be difficult is because of strong differences in belief, and basic views of truth imagine you have children: the catholic believes that the children must be baptised as soon as possible, and that this is a salvific baptism by which the children are born again. Best answer: there is no problem with catholics dating non-catholics (and for that matter non-christians) the problem that comes in when marriage occurs is that now your lives are completely joined and yet, there is a separation between you a big one in some cases (more so for non-christians, but even between catholics and non-catholics.
Well my mother is basically a non-denominational, and my dad and his whole side of the family is catholicyes there's some tense moments at times, and personally i think i'd have a difficult time dating a catholic. Well, as virtually everyone else has already pointed out, the roman catholic church is a christian church depending on who you ask, it's either the christian church, or it's a church that has, at best, lost its way.
He was non-denominational christian and had a faith-filled upbringing that was something right but at some point i had to really decide if dating a non-catholic was something i could do would we just end up hurt in the end would i end up compromising too much i fell head-over-heels in love with this man. I'm in need of a little spiritual guidance my boyfriend is catholic and i'm just a christian with no affiliation we both agree that we have spiritual belifs (great news) but when it comes to the religious affiliation we're different.
Hello again i am seeking advice regarding protestant-catholic dating i am a non-denominational christian and am interested in a catholic girl i know.
Can a non-denominational succefully date a catholic discussion in 'courting couples' started by ryokeen, dec 29, and i'm obviously a non-denominational kind of guy it is a catholic woman replying to man who is asking questions about dating a catholic girl if you want to take the relationship to another level,.