I have been spending a lot of time at my best friend's house (who is 63 years old, and I'm 20) helping him prepare for a big presentation coming up. While there, his wife has been very nice and warm to me. She cooks every time I go there, showed me how to make one of her favorite dishes, gives me food to take home, and just has been generally nice to me.
I want to buy her something to show my gratitude, but all I know about her other than the fact that their family is Vietnamese, is that she is a devote Catholic, and she isn't a very materialistic person.
I was thinking of getting a her a Catholic gift (like a nice rosary or something to decorate the house with), since that's the only thing I know she is interested in. But I'm Protestant, and was wondering would giving a Catholic gift to a Catholic person be insulting if I'm from a different religion?
What would be good to buy for her, considering that she isn't materialistic, and something that would be a warm gesture of friendship?
Thanks and God Bless.