I understand if you can’t answer this, but I thought I would give it a shot. It’s obvious from your question that have a religion that you practice.You didn’t share specifically what it is, so I can’t be as specific as might be needed.
Pressman is seen here, moderating a 2002 gubernatorial debate between Carl Mc Call, left, and Tom Golisano, right.
Dear Anthony, I could use some advice as the non-Catholic party in my relationship. Should I just save both of us a lot of time and grief and end it now, or is there some hope that we could actually get married even though we have two different religions? I have discussed matters that involve non-Catholics before, and I am very interested in the concept of mixed marriages and their potential to be successful.
It makes me nervous, because I don’t want to get so far in our relationship and then have heart broken because I won’t become Catholic.
It does make a difference if you are a baptized Christian of one of the thousands of Christian denominations, or a non-baptized person of another religion.
What makes no difference, however, is the fact that you belong to another faith, and that causes concerns for both parties.