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 and are are celebrating seven years of marriage.

Joy and Alex agreed that they never thought they would meet their spouse online, but valued being able to find single Catholics with similar faith values. The Kubiks reiterated the importance of taking advantage of as a meeting tool, but bringing the real relationship offline as soon as possible.

Fr. William Byrne from St. Peter’s on Capital Hill was also featured on the spot. Fr. Byrne said that God can use many different ways to bring people together. He reminds Catholics that the purpose of dating is to get to know the other person in a healthy way and progress in the relationship in order to discern marriage.

“EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell” is a Washington, D.C.-based TV news program that delivers news and analysis from a Catholic perspective to viewers across the English-speaking world on EWTN, the world’s largest religious media network.

Brian Patrick, from the Son Rise Morning show, recently joined “EWTN New Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell” as executive producer. Brian Patrick also serves as interim anchor for Colleen Carroll Campbell, who is currently on maternity leave.

This story by Wyatt Spencer, reporter for EWTN News Nightly is in response to the media outreach efforts of the CatholicMatch Institute to raise awareness for National Marriage Week.

For more information about National Marriage Week and to get involved, check out our resources page at


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