(Closed) Catholic wedding with a christian FI?

posted 7 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
4676 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Not a complete answer to your question but this might help… 

My parents are (multi) denominational.  My mom is Catholic, brought up in Catholic school until high school, ect my dad is prodesant.  They were married in my mom’s church.  Besides the churches pre-marital counciling and agreeing to raise your kids in the Catholic church as far as I know there is no other stipulation or requirement for him.  My dad only attended my mom’s church on special occasions, baptisms, first communion, ect.  But when I was young I got to be appart of two churches (my dad’s and my mom’s)!

Since I decided to rebel during the time the rest of my class was getting confirmed and apparently my FI’s parents were feeling lazy the week he was sapose to be baptisized we will be going the civil route… 

Post # 4
2606 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

This is something you and your Fiance need to decide on for yourselves based on how YOU feel, not on how your parents feel.  You also need to contact the church in question to see if they would marry you or not, and what would be required for them to do so.  Then, take those requirements into consideration before making a final decision.

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