That’s because the answer is not that clear and will vary from couple to couple.
You want to be with somebody who loves you for who you are and what you believe, no matter what.
If your boyfriend or girlfriend does not go to Mass with you, does not want to talk about God or the Church, or is totally opposed to discussing NFP, you need to seriously consider where the relationship is going.
Third, if you don't want to date non-Catholics, don't feel guilty about it.
One of the biggest mistakes of my life was allowing myself to be bullied into dating a non-Catholic after I had explained that I had been taught not to date anyone I wouldn't want to marry, and I wouldn't want to marry a non-Catholic.
The question has been This is not the first time the question of dating a non-Catholic has come up within our community.
In fact, I would say it has been something of a perennial question. Well, more often than not, it is asked by female Catholics who have become frustrated with the lack of initiative on the part of the Catholic men when it comes to asking out Catholic women.
Second, you don't have to marry someone just because you had coffee with him once and dinner with him twice.
If you discover halfway through the coffee that he absolutely detests Catholicism, insist on paying your half of the bill and smile when you say good-bye. You do not have to date people who hate what and whom you love.
But when it comes to the questions of dating , a lot of questions begin to surface.