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If you object, they will view it that you are trying to send your children to limbo (a place that is neither heaven or hell) because that is what their religion teaches.She will be wanting to take the children to her services so that they can learn about her religion.Obviously, religion is one aspect of that blending.Couples of different religions are able to make their marriages work at the beginning, but usually by avoiding religious discussions and disagreements.And, I strongly believe that God works through providence so that those following His will find opportunities to met appropriate people to marry. The idea of becoming one is not just a physical union through sex.(I know because such happened in my own life.) But it would be wrong to say that God is tying you to this one woman, but it isn't working out as well as you would like. Marriage is the process of taking two individuals and blending their lives together to work as a harmonious one.I am assuming that by a "relationship" you mean that you are seriously considering marrying this woman and not that you are having sex with her, which would be a violation of both of your religions' teachings.
God teaches us, through His word, how to make a good choice in a mate.
Full, complete, genital sexual activity is reserved for those in the sacramental covenant of marriage.
Let me gently challenge the “where should the line be drawn” type questions.
I've know a few people with a Catholic spouse who thought they were marrying for life only to find their Catholic spouse leaving them and getting the marriage annulled by the Catholic church.
I cannot tell you whether you should consider marrying this young woman or not.
Your family is going to step in to give her unwanted advice as to how the children should be raised.