As a Christian dating site we believe that marriage is a sacred covenant between man and woman, ordained by God as part of His divine plan for each of us. God says in Genesis : "It isn't good for man to be alone; I will make a companion for him, a helper suited to his needs." God himself brings people together according to his timetable.Sometimes it feels like his plans are limiting us, and sometimes it's not easy to wait for God's timing.The Catholic Church does not forbid Catholics from marrying people who are not Catholic.It has been the practice of the Church to marry non-Catholics and Catholics for quite some time.If a Catholic insists on marriage to a non-Catholic, the Church allows it, but wants to protect the soul of the Catholic in the marriage by making sure the non-Catholic understands the moral teaching and obligations of the Catholic party and assure that the Catholic is not in a position hostile to his or her faith.The Catholic Church calls the union of a Catholic to someone who has not been baptized a .
When it involves someone who has not been baptized then the marriage requires an express dispensation from the bishop in order for the union to be considered valid.
Have you ever dated someone who was really religious and he/she chose religion over you?
The thing is, I’m not of any religion, but I’m pretty open-minded.
Someone I used to be with is Catholic and recently discovered that he wants to pursue his faith more seriously.
I don’t mind at all but he ultimately felt that because I don’t believe in the same thing, he’ll end up making decisions in the future based on his faith that I won’t be able to fully understand.
Within that struggle, inevitably the question comes up: Can a Christian date a non-Christian?