I love going to Mass with her and have, since, started learning all I can about Catholicism, much to her joy. If the father is non-practicing and mother regular, only 2 percent of children will become regular worshippers, and 37 percent will attend irregularly. I know others have not been so fortunate but I still think it is the ideal situation. Although you may be a devout Catholic, it may be that your core values do not include agreement with a spouse on religious matters which Catholic couples do not necessarily have either. We are also joining our lives to someone for whom fully orthodox Christianity is something towards which they can be at best indifferent, and at worst averse. C'est la vie - I don't think Seraphic was trying to say I know I was certainly not trying to say that it doesn't matter at all if a Catholic marries another Catholic.
In addition many wives complain that the husband said he would do NFP or support the wife in rearing their children Catholic but then they change their minds.
Catholic Dating: Should I date a non-Catholic? (Part 1)
Answer this question in sincerity: It may happen if God sends us the right partner, but it is not something one would seek out from the start. Sundays were more like arguement days. After the Second Vatican Council, the Church more-or-less encouraged mixed marriages as a beautiful symbol of Christian Unity or what have you. I would never want my hypothetical, lol children to experience horribleness of watching their parents fight about religion, in particular, the tenets of the Catholic faith. Yes, that is implicit in my guidelines.