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We’ve been close friends for years, but I’m Baptist and he’s Catholic.
In terms of Catholic sites, Catholic Match says it has served almost 1 million people since its founding in 1999.
We both have pretty much the same beliefs in God and Jesus, and both strive to follow Christ, but my parents tell me that there’s such a big difference between the Baptist and Catholic religions that it wouldn’t be right for us to get together. Because I’m kind of starting to think he likes me back, and I don’t know what to do or if it would be wrong.
I mean, we’re not serious or anything, it’s just a crush, but I don’t want to take it any further if I’m not 100% certain that it’s going to be okay with God. Scripture is clear about not being yoked with unbelievers, but both Catholics and Baptists are believers, right?
And when it comes to two different Christian faiths, I feel that it can work out, but But what does that mean? While some Christian denominations have few differences in their beliefs, Baptists and Catholics are way different.
And if both you and your crush are strong in your faiths, this could cause conflict.
According to David Nevarez of Catholic Singles.com, the site has more than 200,000 active members.
The site also is the only one of these sites that offers content in Spanish as Catolicos
We are committed to each other and connected in so many ways.
The first and foremost is our love for Jesus and Mary answering both our prayers to find that special person.
But the smaller sites are growing: Ave Maria has gone from 2,000 to about 5,000 active users since 2000.