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The fact that it was also an extremely cathartic writing experience was just an added bonus!😉 During the intervening three years since writing that series, my own love life has been, to put it mildly, anything but dull.
In addition to that, and this is the real kicker, I'm realizing that the wedding I want is not going to happen. However, I’ll bet that if the Catholic and non-Catholic are in anyway serious about their respective identities, they would rapidly admit my point, especially as children come along. by the way, what an odd notion that is – “non-denominational Christian”! If the non-denominational Christian has received valid baptism, then, in order to marry a Catholic, the couple will need to participate in marriage preparation at the Catholic party’s parish.We ARE Christians in the fullest sense of the word. Before that takes place, the Catholic party will need to promise to retain his or her Catholic Faith and to do all in his or her power to ensure that that Catholic Faith is handed on to the children of the union. 803 of the Eastern Code, among other canons) requires that Catholics marry baptized persons.OK, so I want to say I have nothing against Catholics!! I grew up Methodist, and I prefer to attend any Christian church that is loving and inviting and that speaks the truth.(I just don't agree with everything the Catholics believe) I typically prefer contemporary services.For some people, this doesn’t matter; for others, the gulf is too wide. Building a relationship with someone whose Christian life is very different to our own, and with whom we may disagree profoundly on theological issues, can be very challenging.
A lot depends on our previous experiences of church (good and bad), and what Christian tradition feels most authentic to us.
The non-denominational Christian will validly baptized, all of the above is the same, except that, instead of asking the local ordinary for mere permission, the pastor will need to ask the local ordinary for a dispensation from the law. The bishop can dispense from this requirement, if there is a good reason.
By the way, I’m not convinced that, “I’m in love with Harvey, he’s sooooo cute and, and, like, he’s my souuulmaate” is a good reason, especially since many interreligious marriages fail.
In essence, the data showed that non-denominational churches are now the second largest Protestant group in America. Here are some of the fascinating nuggets from that study: In light of the growth of these churches, I conducted an informal Twitter poll and asked why people are moving to non-denominational congregations from churches affiliated with denominations.
It has been quite some time since I wrote my series on Catholic dating.
This makes it really difficult for us because we both do not like or feel comfortable in the other's church.