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  • Courting A New Attitude

    “What is courtship, and how is it different from dating?” The question came from a Catholic college student involved in the young adult outreach I work for. It wasn’t the first time the dating/courtship question had come up. In fact, it’s one of the most frequently asked questions I...

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  • The Gift Of Hope

    I (Dina) am very happy to notify Catholic Match that we are another success story! I read many of the success stories posted, and they gave me strength so, I wish to share our story that it may give others hope. Our relationship began with an emotigram from Ron...

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  • Changing On A Dime

    Our experiences on Catholic Match prior to our meeting were uneventful. We both were about to throw in the towel until he sent me (Robin) that first e-mail. The more I e-mailed with him, the more I wanted to talk to him. We met face to face on February...

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  • Rolling The Dice

    Sometimes I (Patrik) still think I’m dreaming, as if I never woke up from the day where the two of us finally got engaged. We had everything going against us–the distance, different cultures, and the costs. I remember my hands were shaking when I was about to click on...

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  • Seizing A Second Chance

    I (Joan) have been given a second chance at love, and I am forever indebted to CatholicMatch.It was July 13th 2006, and my first month of CatholicMatch was about to end. Being that I am very impatient at times, I was about to give up hope that I would...

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  • The Issue No One Talks About

    Another November is upon us, and one of the most pertinent issues in American politics is not on the agenda. The revision of the global economic order through free trade that has taken on an accelerated pace in the last thirteen years is not being discussed. And the “free-trade”...

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  • What Men Have To Offer

    I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m really enjoying this whole ongoing “men and women” discussion. Apparently you have too, since the feedback I’ve received has been overwhelmingly positive. This month, I want to take on the myths and realties of the “independent woman.”Specifically, I’m thinking...

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  • The Month of the Rosary

    After the Holy Mass itself, the rosary is considered the second-most powerful form of prayer. In October, the Church honors the entire month as that of the rosary. The founding of the rosary is generally credited to St. Dominic, as Father Paul Duffner writes. The most famous victory associated...

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  • CM Goes To DC

    What?? The I-395 has a closed exit… yikes! I dislike being late. Call it a product of having a dad who was always an hour early, and a mom who was always an hour late (they're still together after 37 years; that's definitely love!). I'm just right on time....

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  • The Rejuvenile Impulse

    Newly-minted terminology, however trendy, typically reflects some socio-cultural phenomenon — real or imagined. Credit this season goes to culture voyeur Christopher Noxon for defining one of the newer terms being slung around by trend spotters from Santa Monica to Madison Avenue. “Rejuvenile,” explains Noxon, refers to adults who “cultivate...

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