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You didn’t share specifically what it is, so I can’t be as specific as might be needed.It does make a difference if you are a baptized Christian of one of the thousands of Christian denominations, or a non-baptized person of another religion.A Catholic can never, ever, agree to the use of artificial contraception IN marriage, as well as prior to marriage.A non-Catholic must accept that the person they love is pro-life and open to life, and believes contracepting is contrary to life and true love. Jesus Christ gave a new commandment and called all His followers to live it; “love one another as I have loved you.” This call to love is a call to love the unlovable, enemies, those who persecute you, those in need, those who won’t love you back.
I have recently started to date a man that's Roman Catholic. He isn’t insisting on me being Catholic or anything like that.I understand if you can’t answer this, but I thought I would give it a shot. It’s obvious from your question that have a religion that you practice.This leads me to your concern about being involved with a Catholic.
If your boyfriend is a practicing Catholic, there will be several key things about his religion that he will be committed to that should give any non-Catholic concern when it comes to considering a Catholic as a prospective future spouse. Any Catholic worth their salt believes that Jesus Christ is truly present, body, blood, soul and divinity, in the Holy Eucharist.This implies that the practicing Catholic stays on top of what the Catholic Church teaches in order to know what is sinful, and examines their conscience to determine when they have sinned.