Question: Is it okay to marry someone with a different religion?

Marriage to someone who is of a different religion may require even more thought and planning. Marrying someone who is a member of a different religion than you could mean they have a different set of values and beliefs. There are many things you should consider before committing yourself to an interfaith marriage.

Can you marry someone with a different religion?

Interfaith marriage, sometimes called a mixed marriage, is marriage between spouses professing different religions. In an interfaith marriage, each partner typically adheres to their own religion, but an important point is in what faith the children will be raised.

Do interfaith marriages work?

Generally speaking, people from different faiths can marry and succeed in staying together if they each agree on the religion they will practice or if they agree that they are not religious and do not consider themselves to be of any religious persuasion. The key words are if they each agree.

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