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Dakota wrote:

Hi, guys —

I am a non-Catholic. I've been a Baptist most of my life with my only experience with the Catholic faith being a small singular session I was coaxed into while I was in the military. My fiancée is Catholic however and I'm concerned about this.

I've seen several things detailing that I will not have to convert, however there is nothing I've found pertinent to the repercussions she might receive, being of the faith herself, if we are wed in a Catholic Church.

I myself haven't exactly been in a position to refuse being married in a Catholic Church being as I have not been able to return to Baptist faith and have lately considered turning to the Catholic faith however, for issues that have plagued me with past experiences in churches, I have not yet and she intends for us to be married by the end of the year.

  • What will her faith impose upon her to be married to a baptized man who is questioning and considering his belief in his church?


  { What will her faith impose upon her if she marries a baptized man considering the Church? }

Mike replied:

Hi Dakota,

First, thank-you for your service in the military. Our team appreciates your service.

This posting should answer most of your questions. If not, just follow-up with us.


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