Dating someone not catholic
Can I marry someone who is not a Catholic?
Yes, you can marry someone who is not Catholic, but the other person could not be married already. If you want to marry somewhere other than a Catholic church building you would need to discuss that with your priest. Reply Jo March 24, 2013 at 9:08 pm
Can you date someone who is not the same religion as you?
It can be tricky to date someone who is not the same religion as you. In 1 Corinthians, Paul speaks about having an unbelieving wife or husband: To the rest I say (I [Paul], not the Lord) that if any brother has a wife who is an unbeliever, and she consents to live with him, he should not divorce her.
Does the Catholic Church recognize a non-Catholic divorce?
Third, the Catholic Church definitely recognizes marriages whether they were in or outside of the Catholic Church. Example: When my aunt got engaged, her fiancee was a non-Catholic divorced person. In order for her to marry him, the Church told him he had to get his first marriage annulled. They asked why he got a divorce.
Can I be baptised if my wife is a non-Catholic?
In a strange twist of logic, if your wife were a non-Catholic Christian, her marrying ouside the Catholic church would of course not be a problem and so your marital status would not be problematic or an obstacle to your being baptised.