My 2 cents…
I just got married 2 months ago and with every passing day, I thank God more and more for having brought me a beautiful CATHOLIC husband.
I can not imagine how lonely it must be to be married to someone who doesn’t practice your faith, especially if you love your faith with your whole heart.
My husband encourages me to grow in holiness; he encourages me to go to Confession when I am feeling lazy, to pray to Roasry when I’m tired and it’s late at night, we go to adoration together, we are so excited about raising our children as Catholics, and maybe them becoming Priests or nuns, we teach each other the faith, we practice NFP, we both love the Church, we have pictures of the Pope, Mary, the Saints all over our house…
I genuinely feel so sorry for Catholics married to non-Catholics…how can you feel like you are fully ONE with your spouse, when you aren’t in communion with each other in the body of Christ?
Plus, I can imagine it would be awefully awefully lonely.
I wouldn’t advise getting married just because you love each other. Marriage is an extremely serious thing, the PURPOSE of which is to help each other get to Heaven, and to raise children for God…I know this may sound harsh, but I genuinely don’t believe a mixed religious marriage is the best way to set about achieving that.
Living in England, and so having seen LOTS of Catholic-Anglican marriages, and myself being a child from an Anglican-Catholic marriage…I would definitly recommend against it.
You will save yourself a lot of heart-ache.
ps- there is no such thing as an ‘Anglican-Catholic’. That’s a term made up by Anglicans, but doesn’t exist in the eyes of the Catholic Church. (which is all that matters)