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Blogs are nothing new, and lots of people have them. So why did we decide to do this now?

Pretty simple, actually. CatholicMatch is a maturing company. We have established ourselves as the largest and most active Catholic community on the Internet and, as such, we have more reasons to communicate with our customers – and with singles in general.

The new CatholicMatch blog called “Faith, Hope & Love” will support and educate singles on topics like dating, divorce, annulments, finances, careers choices, buying and renting, entertainment, travel and much more. Plus there will be lots of items that are simply fun and interesting. In addition we hope to give you a glimpse inside the daily life of the people who work so hard on CatholicMatch.com.

Despite it being a new blog we have lots of archived content for you to read through as well. We have been publishing articles related to singles issues for years on CatholicMatch and they ave all been imported into the blog. Please take a look at all the great content in the archives from authors such as Mary Beth Bonacci, Stephanie Wood (now Weinert), Loraine Bennett and so many other authors.

I hope you enjoy the new blog and I look forward to your comments and feedback!

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9 Comments

  1. Margot-50387 September 2, 2010

    First one to comment!

  2. Jacqueline-198 September 3, 2010

    Cool! Looking forward to contribute…I hope, LOL!

  3. Rosalie-425474 September 3, 2010

    Would like to read stories or comments from singles of my generation. Older men over 75 years old post their profiles in CM but seldom make the effort to communicate with us. If you are looking, why not give us a chance. Emotes are fine, but an email would be great. Would love to hear from you.

    • Rachelle-462021 September 4, 2010

      Comment from Rosalie is absolutely correct. Have had several “viewed your profile” then asked about the individual and have never heard from those over 75.

    • Phil-622165 September 11, 2010

      The church has forgotten many couples who qualify for marrigae in the curch,but if they marryy one may lose pension income if the other dies. In Roman times people were married by the church without notifying the government. why not now. A church registered marriage but noit stae or goverment They say live togtehr but no intimacy. if that were that easy ,why not have nums and priests living under the same roof

  4. DionysiaDamayanti-497168 September 3, 2010

    I like reading and writing. Blog activities are suitable for me. We can share positive thinking and encouragement as well as advice through this blog. I am all for it. Thank you, Catholic Match.

  5. Louis-538276 September 5, 2010

    Every tool is good as long it brings Faith, Hope and Love together in the person we are seeking.

  6. insanity September 7, 2010

    Every time I read a really great blog post I do three things:1.Forward it to my relevant contacts.2.Bookmark it in all my best social bookmarking websites.3.Be sure to come back to the same website where I came accross the post.After reading this post I’m really concidering going ahead and doing all three…

  7. Julia-657660 December 8, 2010

    Lookin’ good keep the good work up.

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