She also said she was unsure if a God exists but she also said she is not the one to determine that. I feel as if I have been very clear on what I need to do on my part of things being a Catholic and she accepted that 100% from what I can tell.I know this is not an ideal situation and I have read other "horror" stories from people in similar situations but the other people in those situations did not seem very accepting as my girlfriend has been to me. I know this has been discussed a few times a while back but I'd still like some advice.Many people can’t survive the grand Canyon that comes between the two points of view.
Back when we first started talking, we talked about me being Catholic and certain things I had to do such as attending church, being married in the church and raising my kids Catholic.
She was very accepting of this and had 0 problems with this.
If a person does not put ones trust in the Lord, you can not expect to see God's influence in his / her life.
Also, Romans -, "As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one"... If he would without leading him to Christ, he violates Christ!
Just recently, I asked her if she would go to church with me and she said she had no problem doing that.