All of this is important because big disagreements about the faith can lead to future marital discontent. The primary impediment is my boyfriend's interpretation of Catholic theology surrounding damnation.On Sundays, he watches the game and I play with the kid.Mostly, we have an understanding that I'm not going to convert to Catholicism and he's not going to convert to Judaism.These days, it may seem petty to some single Catholics when people advise them to date and marry someone who is also Catholic, as opposed to someone of a different faith.
A: We get this question a lot – and unfortunately there’s not a definite yes or no answer. Just kind of looking for what you can tell me about past experience with this situation. I've been in a relationship with my SO for almost 2.5 years and this topic has come up but we've never reached a conclusion.We're not Catholic/Atheist, but Catholic (him) and Jewish (me).Employees are yoked to their company’s owners and their policies, for example, because of their commitment to work for them and represent the owners’ beliefs and philosophies to the public.Many people over the years have quit their jobs due to disagreements with these things, and the great thing is, an employee .