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What steps should I take to be aware of these things? Nevertheless, whatever the biblical commandment I ask God to strengthen me so that I could bear the burden and accomplish His desire.Live joyfully with the wife whom you love all the days of your vain life which He has given you under the sun, all your days of vanity; for that is your portion in life, and in the labor which you perform under the sun Now I plead with you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment" (I Corinthians ).Ginger 11/30/2000However, it does take a lot of compromise.My mom was not saved at the time she got married, and my dad is not *that* "Catholic" in the sense that he does not pray to Mary or the Catholic saints, have statues of Mary or the saints in his house, or most of all, believe as the Catholic church does, that you HAVE to be a member of the Catholic Church to be saved if you understand it's claims to be the "one true Church." I would suggest taking the time to find out what the Catholic Church really teaches, how serious your boyfriend is about the "unique" aspects of Catholicism, and decide if you can live with them. To avoid causing her any damage we decided to split. Neither of us have experienced any sexual relation with each other. After years of friendship we fell in love with each other. Soon, however, we face some objections partly due to our beliefs.
We both really like each other, but love our religion.There isn't just one right person for you in this world. Out of 6 billion people currently living it would take you thousands of years on average to find the right one!The truth is that there are thousands of woman whom you could happily marry.This is always a good thing to do, but even more important for you right now.My mom was not that serious about her faith when she got married, but now that she has been studying the Bible for some years, she *knows* there are many areas of Catholicism that are Biblically incorrect.
But she keeps it to herself and just quietly goes to church with my dad to "keep the peace." Could you do the same?