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I can go on and on about the reasons this religion and life style turned me off. I really knew nothing about Saint Augustine, so I googled him as soon as I woke up from that dream. After reading about his life, I was moved to tears.To my surprise, I just so happened to have this dream on the same night that Saint Augustine is celebrated. For me, it was too big of a sign that I just so happened to dream about a saint from an Arab country, prior to Islam in Algeria.This regulation is a strict one for Catholics and will apply in your case.If the imam is willing to accept your non-conversion to Islam he should furnish you with all conditions that are laid down by Islam for the marriage of a Muslim man to a Christian woman.I do not want you to feel I am pouring cold water on the prospect of a happy wedding ceremony and marriage, but before going ahead, it is important that you each be more than just supportive of each other’s faith.Get to know the significant doctrinal differences in more detail and how your consciences may react in future to particular teachings or practices of the other’s religious observances.The fundamental beliefs of Islam and Christianity may not be as similar to each other as you imply.
And any Muslim man going through such marriage should have strong belief in his faith, and should strongly abide by his religion." My view though---is if u marry her and eventually have kids--might be a problem and confusing for the kids as to what religion they will practise, they might come out with no religion at all.Marriage vows, in which each party gives free consent to the union, are valid and complete once made in the Catholic rite of matrimony.The couple are then truly married and any other religious celebration before or after this event, which expresses giving or renewing matrimonial consent, is forbidden.I pretended to embrace the religion for him, but deep down, I saw how racist these people were. A., I was miraculously reunited with both people who baptized me when I was a baby.I grew up believing all people were equal, regardless of religion. As an animal lover, I also couldn’t accept how they seem to despise animals, which are God’s creatures and as a Catholic woman, I also admired San Francesco and San Francesco di Paola for all they did for the animals. A few months ago, I also went to Europe and prior to leaving, I happened to have a dream where I was told to pray to Saint Augustine.