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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.At first it seemed like an easy answer: your faith forms you and your view of the world and your relationship to the world and everyone in it.If you want to enjoy February as a month of hope, a gateway to the spring and new beginnings, here are a few ideas to jump into a time of caring for yourself this V-Day.ow.ly/u We T50lk DLm #Valentines Day can be a confusing time for new couples. Or avoid bringing up the holiday with your new partner?If you find that words just can’t express how you’re feeling about someone, scripture is a great place to turn.Here are 14 romantic Bible verses for this V-Day: ow.ly/BBKq50lr R1O Who says spending #Valentines Day alone is a bad thing?
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.I am not saying that you should be with the virtuous atheist in order to convert him.To be with anyone, hoping to change him is never a wise idea.A specific religious affiliation does not ensure strong character, good habits, and the pursuit of virtue.But if you have found all of those things in a person, regardless of what they believe, you have at least found a foundation to build on.