Post # 16
rbuchanan09: Whatever you decide you should get on the same page before getting married. These types of issues can lead to divorce epsecially if you have opposing views.
My Darling Husband is a non practicing catholic and Im spiritual/believe in God but not Christian.
We will compromise by taking our future kids to a Unitarian church. I told my Darling Husband if he feels very strongly about them being catholic he can take the kids to mass himself (which I know he will not) but I won’t stop him or attend with him
Post # 17
Where’s that poster who flipped out about reviving old posts?
In the OC, they celebrate Christmukkah. In NYC, there’s Festivus.
Post # 18
i say expose to each religion, that way when they are old enough they can make a choice of what suites them best.
Post # 19
CoffeeBeanKate: i almost commented.. you are right
;-P !! wonder what they decided
Post # 20
This was one of the primary reasons I would never date nor marry someone outside of my (lack of) faith. I want my children to be raised with no religion, since I want them to be able to make that decision themselves.
<br />What about exposing them to both faiths and allowing them to choose when its age appropriate?