Most Helpful Girl
How, SPECIFICALLY, is this schism affecting yr relationship?
Is this an argument about potentially raising children one day? If that's what it is, then I could see that becoming a legitimate issue.
If it's anything else, then, honestly, you two should be able to get over it.
I am Catholic -- I go to Latin Mass every week -- but, at the end of the day, religion is a private conversation between me and God. My husband generally doesn't go to Mass with me, but, we have a mutual understanding there, and we see eye-to-eye on the role of religion (and/or lack thereof) in raising our children.
I mean, our love is our love, and there's just no way I could see that sort of thing overcoming it.
So, yeah... SPECIFICS?
What VERY SPECIFICALLY is getting in the way here?0
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Most Helpful Guy
Sorry, if she is determined to marry a Catholic, then you have to break up. You are fundamentally incompatible. Her notion of waiting for you is romantic but unrealistic. People don't just decide to be religious or non-religious. Most non-religious people have considered the evidence for god and found it unpersuasive. Do not marry this woman. You will end up living a pretend life. Find a woman who shares your non-religious viewpoint.0