My husband and I have been married for 31 years. He was baptized and raised a Lutheran, but stopped going to church in his teens. Before we married he started attending Mass with me, and we were married in the Catholic Church. We raised our three children in the faith.
My husband considers himself a practicing Catholic - he loves the Church. However, he never formally converted. What is required for him to become officially Catholic? He professes the truths of our faith in the Creed weekly at Mass, and receives the Holy Eucharist which he believes to be the body, blood, soul, and divinity of the Lord. After so many years living and believing as a Catholic, is he one?
Thanks for your kind thoughts.