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But his atheism might not be the horrendous stumbling block that, in your starry eyed teen years, you thought it to be.
Yes, it is very possible that by sharing a life with him, living as you are called to, with the best that you have, he might begin to feel that “twitch upon the thread.” And what a beautiful thing that would be.
A few months ago, a girl I know was struggling with the question of whether she, a Catholic, should continue dating her non-Catholic boyfriend.
Of course you want to share that with the person who you love best of anyone. And as far as I can tell he shared a beautiful fifty-four years with my grandma.
Is there really any point in being in a relationship if you can’t share and pursue together that thing which acts as the greatest motivation and purpose in your life? ) (many…) “good” Catholic men—men who might go to daily mass, who insist that their family prays together every day, who have half a dozen kids, and carry Papal Encyclicals around with them—and they treat their wives as slaves, their children hate them, they seem to judge and condemn everyone they meet, and when they speak their words drip with condescension. He was unfailingly generous, extremely considerate, and treated my grandma like a queen. He did not share her Catholic Faith, but they made each other very happy. So, sharing a faith life with your spouse, while it might be an ideal, is not always preferable.