Interestingly enough, even Il Papa and his Vatican don't want nice Catholic girls marrying Muslim boys. Why? Because a woman is "the least protected member of the Muslim family."
The Vatican are an interesting bunch of folks, especially with the names of their committees, like the one that put this latest pronouncement out, called the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People. (Their book, "The Love of Christ Towards Migrants," is characterized as a "pamphlet" ---but at 80 pages? Come on!).
When Christianity asserts its parameters, enlightened critics call it bigoted and, uh, unecumenical. When Islam insists on the infallibility of its doctrines, those same people look the other way and don't talk about what jihad actually is or about the historical role dhimmis have been forced into. A real double-standard is at work in the land of the secular.
I just like the way these Vatican folks talk, though. It's so doctrinaire:
"If Catholics do choose to marry Muslims, the document says, they must be sure to baptize their children and avoid signing Islamic documents or swearing oaths, including the "shahada," Islam's profession of faith."