Yeah, and what if they decided to present an "united front" based on atheism? I'm sure what you really mean is a united Catholic front.<quoted text>
First, I'm not upset at all. Second, it was a mention that it is confusing to the children when parents don't agree. It's confusing to children when one parent says a kid can do something and another says no. Raising children is easier when parents figure things out together and present a united front.
My husband is a Catholic. He grew up going to Catholic schools. He speaks about what he believes when asked, and I speak about what I believe when asked. Both of us acknowledge that nobody ultimately knows anything for sure, that nobody is right or wrong. My husband is not one of those Catholics who thinks his faith is fact or his is the one true religion. My daughters both believe there is a God. No confusion. Neither one of us is trying to trump the other. It sounds to me as if BOTH your daughter and her husband are in the wrong.