During my year studying Interpersonal Communications, I was introduced to the work of one of the top researchers in marriage and relationship health, Dr. John M. Gottman. Through out my post college… Read More
“I felt I had to open my heart and put my will into God’s hands, to be open to any woman I may meet through CM, regardless of her location,” Brendan recalled. “CM seemed to be the right conduit to potentially have this opportunity, but I did not set out to do this intentionally.”
The CatholicMatch Institute is not only sponsoring the National Council of Catholic Women’s annual convention on September 24-27 , but also helping to support charitable work projects and programs… Read More
A CatholicMatch poll asked in February: “Should the Church allow divorced Catholics who are re-married WITHOUT an annulment to receive communion?” Most respondents (52.2%) answered “yes”—even though, concerning… Read More
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the unexpected death of CatholicMatch co-founder Michael Lloyd. He passed away from unexpected health complications just after midnight this morning. At… Read More
There were wedding bells, in a manner of speaking, on that first date. Ethan and Mariette went to church at the base of the famous Seattle Space Needle. As they prayed together, the organist was practicing the wedding march. Ethan found it romantic, and it proved to be prophetic.
Over the course of the next three months she put together a list of traits that any future partner of hers would have to have. The list would end up with nine, and she gave it to God. “Here’s my heart,” she said to the Lord in prayer. “I’m going to wait and see.
Christa Lopiccolo, the director of the Department of Life Issues in Washington D.C., is one of the guest speakers at the National Catholic Singles Conference in San Diego. Christa shared with… Read More