The Catholic Church recognizes as sacramental, (1) the marriages between two baptized Protestants or between two baptized Orthodox Christians, as well as (2) marriages between baptized non-Catholic Christians and Catholic Christians, although in the latter case, consent from the diocesan bishop must be obtained, with
Can a Catholic marry a Christian?
Technically, marriages between a Catholic and a baptized Christian who is not in full communion with the Catholic Church (Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, etc.) are called mixed marriages. The couples interviewed by Michael are interchurch couples; where both spouses are Christian.
Can a Christian date a non Christian?
No, Christians shouldnt date non-Christians. Christians should even begin to consider dating non-Christians because we are not to marry unbelievers. This is supported by 2 Corinthians 6:14 that says “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers.
Can Catholic use birth control?
The Roman Catholic Church believes that using contraception is intrinsically evil in itself, regardless of the consequences. Catholics are only permitted to use natural methods of birth control. But the Church does not condemn things like the pill or condoms in themselves.