Is there anyone else out there who has this problem: Every person you want to date is called to the religious or celebate lifestyle
I'm sure God is trying to tell me something here but I'm not sure what. This is the 4th time this is happening to me and I can't think of what reason God has for putting me through this time and time again. I'm all for women becoming nuns- that is a very noble cause but it's no fun being caught in the middle of it. I’m in a love triangle with Jesus and of course He’ll always win being the creator of the universe and all, lol. I would almost feel better if I was rejected for being a jerk because at least then I'd be able to go to confession, learn from my mistakes and move on. But if niether person is at fault and the reason for breakup is a religious vocation how is there healing? And have I been doing anything wrong in my dating habits?
So let me get this straight, all 4 of these young women are women you have actually courted? I mean, were they each courted to the point that each time you stated your intentions and the young lady accepted? If that is the case, love the Christ and his holy Bride more than yourself, and you will be content. Also, these ladies are probably just postulants at this point, if they each is even to that point. Each yet would have a ways to go.
Also, if you are attracted to women who aren't available for you because, specifically, they are drawn to be brides for Christ and/or they are drawn to the religious life (hopefully it is both), I wonder if there isn't something latent yet in you that attracts you to each of them that you have not yet discovered in yourself. Pray to know the Holy Will of God for yourself in general, as to whether or not He even wants you to be married. Maybe He is calling YOU to something else and you've not yet acquiesed to be open to that possibility.
You are young yet. At my age, I have met men who are attracted to pious women because they don't wish to be full-time pious themselves. They often, not always, project this desire into their attraction. Unfortunately, liking someone pious doesn't necessarily make you pious. It can actually cause you to be a bad influence on them, possibly, or a destraction for the work that you need to do for yourself spiritually. I am not saying that this is your situation, but it is something I have seen as being not too uncommon.