Hello I have a dilemma that I would like to receive some feedback on:
Someone who is very close to me is a Christian who has grown more distant from her faith in recent times, rarely attending church services. This person grew up an Evangelical. Naturally, I have invited this person to Mass, which she duly attended with me, and tried to pull her toward Catholicism but to no great avail, due to her old preferences of Evangelicalism and the seemingly strangeness of the Catholic faith. My question is: is it appropriate to attend a Protestant service on a semi-regular basis with this woman on the basis of trying to reignite her spiritual life? She will not attend without my suggesting and I have seen her drift slowly toward a mushy secular relativism as time as gone by. Is it right to assume that a Protestant with a strong faith is comparatively better off than a secular person?
Apologies if this is posted in the wrong place and thanks in advance!