Is a Catholic-Baptist marriage possible?

My boyfriend and I are to the stage in our relationship where we have begun talking about marriage and children. I was born, raised and still am a Catholic. He on the other hand prefers nondenominational churches and if asked to chose he would affiliate himself as a Baptist. Now I know that as a Catholic I must take a vow to raise our children in Catholic teachings but can we still get married/our wedding acknowledged by the church knowing that he may not support me in this? I have read some contradicting articles and I’m just looking for some clarification.

Thank you. :confused:

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