Catholic man dating a muslim woman
We also had to agree on a "morning gift" (a gift that the husband gives the wife on the morning of the ceremony).
All I asked for was a ring, I am financially secure enough.
And Puza said, "It is perfectly clear to me that in most of the Islamic countries, rights and justice are just as paramount as with us here [in Europe]." In any event, given today's trend toward globalization and world travel, it seems that the practice of mixed marriages will continue, and increase, regardless of what religious leaders say.Part of the church's worry about marriage with Muslim men is that the dominating position of the man in many Islamic households makes it impossible in reality for the wife to bring up the children as Catholics. Muslim men are allowed to marry Jewish or Christian women with the proviso their children are brought up as Muslims.Islam does not allow a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man -- probably originally for the same reason, namely that the husband is likely to take the dominant role in deciding what religion the children will take.This was illustrated by a document issued by the Vatican on 14 May on the subject of world migration.In it, the head of the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees, Cardinal Stephen Fumio Hamao, warns women in traditionally Catholic countries about the risks of marrying Muslim men.