To provide a bit of background for this question, I am a very recent convert to the Catholic faith (I was baptized this past Easter). I was raised in a Pentecostal home, and my family all serve leadership roles of some kind in the Assemblies of God church. Since I converted, I have been attending mass and, immediately afterward, going to my parents’ Pentecostal service with them. The decision to continue going to their church was based on my own worry that they might think our faiths were opposed in some way, or that we could no longer share our faith lives at some level. But after months of this, I am now worried that my attendance of their services could be interpreted as a tacit approval of Pentecostal doctrine. Most of my family, especially my parents, assume doctrine does not matter and instead it only matters that you have faith. I’m worried that my attendance reinforces that idea.
To keep this from becoming an “I need advice” question, I will instead specifically ask: “Does the Church take any official stance on regular attendance of Protestant services?” Should I be instead declining to attend, and explaining (graciously) my reasons for doing so?