Saint John Paul II refers to the great dignity and mystery of the design of women as the “feminine genius” (Letter of Pope John Paul II to Women).It’s no coincidence that the creation story in Genesis builds in beauty and is crowned with the creation of Eve.Marriages between Catholics and other Christians are quite common.The Church allows such marriages but asks the Catholic to promise that he or she will do all possible to continue in the practice of the Catholic faith and have any children baptized and raised as Catholics.They're mostly common sense but there can often be a deficiency of common sense when the opposite sex is concerned.
Before a girl even says yes to a date, she must know that she is a beautiful, perfect creation of God.
Similar to the magnificence of Heaven, her worth can be likened to the “pearl of great price” that the man went in search of and gave up everything for (Matthew -46).
If we don’t know our own worth, then we may put ourselves in situations where we are looking for the guy taking us out to provide us with our sense of worth.
Catholics also see marriage between Catholics as an essential way of passing on the Catholic faith from one generation to the next.
America is, however, a society in which Catholics and people of other religious faiths encounter each other each day.