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  • Michael, 48 from The Plains, VA
    48, The Plains, VA
    Right now I'm not going to be using this account. You can keep your eye on it but I'm not sure what I'm going to do with it, yet. I had this account when I first started Catholicmatch when it was ST. Raphael's, when the site was more focused on helping Catholics and not any making money. Maybe that's not 100% accurate but it definitely had a different feel back then it was dedicated to a Saint and name and in deed. Yes, it was very different, but in a good way. Of course but anything's improved in a good way also, and the owners needed money to do that, hence the name change together more users ( Adios to dedication to Saint Raphael in name ), MUCHO increases in pricing ( used to be free ) , the forums ( after they arrived ) used to be talks about apologetics mainly - Orthodox versus cafeteria Catholics and pro-life vs abortion/contraceptive rights, etc. If there was a position against the Catholic faith it was argued, and it was defended. But even before that years ago, it was a small little free service, where a Catholic could meet other nice Catholics. I wonder if the Internet Wayback machine has the first sites? Anyway I'm keeping this right now because it's more nostalgic and I made a lot of good friends on this account. It's really considered nonactive, even though I am again single after a *multi* year relationship. The church has a guideline of keeping a relationship no longer than two years, I'd personally consider making it a personal rule. ;)