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  • The Daring Date

    Everyone is quite familiar with the universal concept of the “dinner-and-a-movie” kind of date. Guy picks up gal in cool car, drives to trendy restaurant that offers both steak and veggie dishes. After a chat over dinner and maybe a drink, it’s off to the cinema with popcorn and...

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  • Transcending The Ocean

    Jose Angel contacted me on Nov. 16th,2005. Since we were more than 1,400 miles, away I figured having a nice friend like him wasnt going to hurt. But to my surprise, the more we emailed each other and the more we chatted, the more I was intrigued by him....

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  • A Transfer From On High

    I had been stationed in Japan for four months, and had rediscovered my faith shortly before that. Melanie's profile said that it was her birthday and I wrote a quick Happy Birthday emotigram to her, noticing that she had done quite a few things for her age. Interestingly, she...

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  • When Harry Met Bev

    Religion and politics. Our romance started over politics, and will culminate in a beautiful church wedding.During the 2004 election, I (Bev) was bewildered by the “red state/blue state” discussion in CM’s St. Thomas More Room (aka, the “War” Room). Harry sent me a link explaining what this meant. Fortunately,...

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  • Friendship & More

    Erik and I feel so blessed to have found each other. We both know this wouldn't have been possible without the help of CatholicMatch and God's grace. August, 2005- Erik sent me a friendship invite and I was thrilled to say the least! For two months, we got to...

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  • Communication Was Key

    Lucy: I was very taken with his smile, so I decided to browse John’s profile and see what he had to say.. I didn’t send him an emotigram, but let him know I had browsed his profile. Viola! A few days / week later I received a friendship invitation...

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  • Da Vinci Protests Gather Steam

    Why Does Sony Fear Free Publicity? “Don’t protest, you’re just giving them free publicity!” That is the advice that the anti-blasphemy protester must often endure when organizing protests in front of theaters. The conventional wisdom is that controversy generates interest. And interest will in turn only fuel ticket sales....

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  • Go The Distance: Part II

    Not too long ago, I received an email that aptly illustrates the sentiments of many single Catholics. It stated: “I think the encouragement for internet courtship is highly unrealistic. While long distance relationships may work in lovely anecdotes, I do not think they are common place. I have been...

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  • Five Brought Him Alive

    We chatted online for two weeks. Then we had our first phone conversation which lasted about five hours. During our phone conversation we discovered that we had so much in common. The more we talked the closer we became to one another.A couple of weeks later we talked for...

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  • The Diary Tells All

    We had our first date last April. Below is what I (Jerry) wrote the next morning–"I had my first date with April yesterday, April 23, 2005. She’s beautiful! She was wearing a pretty pink sweater with black dress pants. She’s so nice and caring. We met at Pegasus for...

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