Catholic dating for converts
Most of her concerns are due to the views we have of our women (which is not something I agree with) She is also concerned with how fanatical our religion may seem, when in fact I am trying to tell her it isn’t the religion, but just the way some people are in our church, which may have given her a bad taste in her mouth.
I also am looking for answers as to how similar or different we are from each other.
I will have more questions of course, but I just want to take this one step at a time.
Her concerns are valid and something I am trying to help her understand without it getting to a bad state.It seems that whenever I try to be a good Catholic and Christian I get accused of being a “party pooper” or “holy roller”.I feel down about all this and could use some words of encouragement. But the topic still nagged at me, and after re-reading the email I sent I realized that my advice probably wasn’t going to be that helpful. (who recently had some great thoughts on another subject here and here) had been in this very situation in his own marriage, so I emailed him to ask what he thought.Through them, I was introduced to the world of Catholicism – it was mysterious, sensual, and completely foreign to me.The first time I ever entered a Catholic church was to attend Mass with my boyfriend and his family when I was still in high school.