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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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  • Dealing With The Winds of Change

    Who Moved My Cheese? is a book about change–and how to deal with it–by Dr. Spencer Johnson, co-author of the famed One Minute Manager, a break-through management concept from the eighties. But it has deeper significance as well, which I will discuss in a moment. For those of you...

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  • Doing Something For Europe

    I joined CM last November and started to participate in forums a little bit later. The experience could not have been better–almost inmediately I was kindly invited by Beverly-68685 to the wonderful "Lovefest" being organized in New York City for January '06. While I don't mind online communication, I...

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  • Getting What They Came For

    Ely and I (Stephan) both found exactly what we wanted on Catholic Match. Ely had just moved to a suburb of Chicago for her first real job after earning her MS. There weren’t many singles among her neighbors and co-workers, so she gave this site a try. You’d think...

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  • Boston Takes Center Stage

    Catholic Match has always sought to be more then just another singles site. One of the great benefits to be found on CM is the idea of building a community. The site’s features are built to transcend matchmaking, enable members to broaden their circle of friends and contacts and...

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  • The Politics of Values

    In late July, President Bush issued the first veto of his administration. The president vetoed a bill that would have expanded stem-cell research into the realm of working on frozen embroyos—i.e., on human life. Scientists believe expansion of this research could result in cures for dread diseases like Alzheimers....

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  • The Example of the Son

    My (Elisa) son found his wife on Catholic Match. After this, I decided to look for a good man here too, and found JC. We became engaged last Christmas, and we will soon be married. I''ve moved from Brazil to Canada, where all my children live, as well as...

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