Non mormon dating a mormon
Some are married very young and others never married.
It just depends when they find someone they want to marry and when the couple decides they are ready to make the commitment.
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) may marry whomever they would like.
It happens very often in the Church that a member marries a non-member.
Hence the necessary baptismal intention is absent even though the matter and form of the Mormon practice are correct. Catholics are typically not allowed to marry someone who is not Catholic if they are married by a priest inside the Church.
However, it is quite common in both churches to marry people of other religions. Depending on where you want the wedding to take place, you may have some issues.Otherwise, they may get married anywhere by anyone.Answer: Yes, however Mormons are strongly encouraged to marry in an LDS (Mormon) temple where it is believed that couples are bound as husband and wife for "time and all eternity" not just for "death do you part." With this in mind, only members of the LDS faith can enter LDS temples and Latter-day Saints who choose to marry a non-Mormon must do so outside the temple.Roman Catholic Answer: A marriage between a Catholic and a baptised Christian who is not Catholic is commonly called a mixed marriage and is forbidden by Church law. Both Catholics and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are encouraged to marry members of their own faith, but Mormons and Catholics can and do marry. There is no law on who to marry but its not a HUGE gigantic deal on WHO you marry (unless he/she is a criminal) (different user) The above information is right.When there is danger to the faith of the Catholic or the children it is forbidden by Divine Law itself. Any bride and groom, regardless of their religious faith, may choose to hold their ceremony and/or reception in a Mormon church with the ceremony performed by a Mormon bishop (all free of charge) if they agree to follow certain guidelines regarding… Hopefully my I can help further answer this question. In fact in most cases, Mormon clergy must be married. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) can marry whoever they want, wherever they want.