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  • Building More Memories

    Jim’s story: As a prelude to the beginning of this love story, I want to thank the folks at Catholic Match for developing and implementing a well thought-out website where Catholics can meet each other, and develop friendships. This is a real true love story about me and Judy...

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  • Let The Good Times Roll…After Lent

    Addressing the bishops of Switzerland last month, Pope Benedict XVI recalled a remark by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche – that man can celebrate only if God does not exist. “That is absurd,” was the Pope’s response. The exact opposite is true, Benedict explained: “It’s only if God exists...

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  • Grace With A Dash of Luck

                   Throughout the ages, the mystery of love has been celebrated by many famous couples.  There was Antony and Cleopatra, Napoleon and Josephine, Lancelot and Guinevere, Aragorn and Arwen, the Lady and the Tramp, Bacardi and Cola…and then, of course, there was Peter and Kimberly, affectionately...

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  • The Tidings of Great Joy

      We are sharing with our friends at Catholic Match the Christmas greeting which we sent to our family and friends, as we wish to share the glad tidings of our betrothal in union with the Tidings of Great Joy of the Birth of Our Lord and Savior Jesus...

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  • The Babymaking Industry

    A deluge of recent news items over the past sever months calls to mind the irritatingly memorable words of Saturday Night Live’s Doug and Wendy Whiner (played by Joe Piscopo and Robin Duke): “We want our own ba-byyy!!” Since the couple can’t seem to conceive a child of their...

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  • Zooming Into ’07

    2006 saw Catholic Match members come together around the nation in the “real world” like never before. And 2007 is off to the same kind of start, with several get-togethers in the opening six weeks of the year. And two major weekend affairs are around the corner to complete...

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  • Why Aren’t You Married?

    “So how come you’re not married?” On the list of my top ten pet peeves, that question is a serious contender for the #1 spot. (It’s right up there with tailgaters and people who talk about themselves for 45 minutes straight without ever taking a breath.) Variations on the...

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  • Teaching Children Boundaries

    Erika spent a frustrating morning homeschooling five of her children, simultaneously entertaining the toddler, feeding the baby, and making phone calls for the parish mother’s group. Erika (not her real name), mother of seven, is exhausted. She volunteers for her parish, teaches all of her children at home, and...

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  • Do Women Want Too Much?

    There are two sides to everything. Quite a few men who read my article last month, What Women Want , graciously accepted the criticism I presented on behalf of single women. However, a few were more trenchant (one fellow was downright angry) and challenged my premise that women want...

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  • She Never Saw It Coming

    Patrick and I became very close after our first correspondence. Once the visits began, our relationship accelerated dramatically. Each visit brought new and deeper feelings, and each day that went by easily reinforced our confidence in the relationship we were creating. Our lives were inseparable and our love indescribable....

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