Several comments from the articles here on the CatholicMatch Institute show the majority of active members accept the unwritten rule that only men should pursue women. However, this widely accepted… Read More
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
Think online dating is only for “losers? Think again. Many Catholics—young and old alike—are turning to online dating to find their spouses. Marge Fenelon, a Catholic speaker and author of Imitating Mary: Ten… Read More
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.
Cara was departing from her first date with Patrick feeling reasonably sure that he wasn’t the one. She hadn’t ruled out seeing him again. But she was also in communication with someone else on CatholicMatch and was a little taken aback by Patrick’s forthright approach.
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
After much prayer—specifically a novena to St. Anthony and to St. Joseph—Lucy decided Daniel was worth responding to, so she upgraded to full membership and replied. Their communication got off to a good start, but it still took a few months to actually get together—a literal disaster intervened.
CatholicMatch members have an opportunity to fill out a match portrait to help them find other members they wouldn’t normally meet. Based on responses and match filters, compatible members will appear… Read More