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  • Seeking True and Committed Love

    Whether you are dating someone or not, many people watch chick flicks on Valentine’s Day. I recently watched the movie Friends with Benefits—twice actually—as if the first go around wasn’t painful enough. Perhaps it was painful because it was an accurate reveal of our culture’s lack of understanding regarding...

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  • Invite Christ to Be a Part of Your Marriage

    The CatholicMatch Institute spoke to Christian Meert, founder of CatholicMarriagePrep.com and director of the Office of Marriage and Family Life in the Diocese of Colorado Springs. We discussed Holy Hour for Marriage, CatholicMarriagePrep.com, and National Marriage Week. How was CatholicMarriagePrep.com established?  In 1998, the Archbishop of Denver, Charles Chaput,...

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  • CatholicMatch Featured on EWTN News Nightly

    For National Marriage Week, EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell did a segment on Catholic couple, Alex and Joy Kubik who met on CatholicMatch.com and are are celebrating seven years of marriage. Joy and Alex agreed that they never thought they would meet their spouse online, but valued...

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  • Does Cohabitation Lead to More Divorces?

    Have you ever wondered about those statistics on living together and divorce?  Studies consistently show that couples who lived together before marriage have a much higher divorce rate—the latest I read said 50% higher—than couples who didn’t cohabitate. That has always seemed strange to me. After all, a lot...

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  • 5 Tips for a Happier Marriage

    Are you looking for a more joyful, peace-filled marriage that is steeped in the beauty and mystery of Catholic faith? By making small changes in your habits, attitudes, and spirituality you can improve your relationships. Here are five simple ways for couples to grow closer to God and to...

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  • Following God’s Call Across the Pacific Ocean

    “Jena had the wisdom to request the suitor first visit her,” he said. “After four and a half months of CM emails, I asked if she would allow me to visit her over Christmas. She agreed.” This would be the first time Chris had ever traveled overseas. It was…

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  • Be Mine, Cranky Valentine?

    I’m told that Valentine’s Day is a day for us to show the ones we care about how much we love them. If Valentine’s Day is just like any other day, why does it make me feel so cranky? There I said it. I feel as though Valentine’s Day...

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  • Husbands & Wives Flirt With Danger

    A recent column by Fr. Thomas Berg, Is Flirting a Sin?, caught my attention. I appreciate Fr. Berg’s distinctions and precautions. As a married mom myself, I am deeply sympathetic to a woman who finds herself aging and is tempted to boost her ego by turning a few heads....

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  • National Marriage Week Radio Show Line-Up

    We love advocating for dating and marriage—especially for Catholics who want to get married, but have not found their way to the altar yet. While both dating and living the married life is a real challenge these days, the CatholicMatch Institute is working hard to raise awareness about these...

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  • How to Plan an Affordable Wedding

    My fiance and I walked into the most beautiful wedding reception hall. The manager brought us out to the deck where the waves from the Long Island Sound lapped gently on the beach. We were hooked. Well, until we sat down in her office and even the price of...

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