Online dating sites for catholics
You have to be totally honest with who you are and settle for nothing less than that, and the person you want to be with.
And the most important quality about our relationship is our relationship with Jesus Christ.” They were married Nov. Christina Ries of Minneapolis, spokeswoman for Catholic Match.com, isn’t surprised that the Bullocks and other couples click so quickly.
When the site became a major success, they added partner Mike Lloyd in 2003 and rebranded as Catholic
“It was their goal to provide a pleasing, easy to use interface with a more faith-filled experience than the secular ‘one-size-fits-all’ sites,” said Robyn Lee, editor of the Catholic Match blog.
By 2005, it had become the number one online service for single Catholics with membership across the world, including the UK, Australia, the Philippines, much of Europe, including Ireland.
“What differentiates Catholic Match from other dating sites like e Harmony or is that we provide a uniquely Catholic experience,” she explained.
Catholic Match is a vibrant community where singles can also find friendship, community, support and grow deeper in their Catholic faith, she adds.
With almost 27m single Catholics in the US alone, the site became the largest Catholic dating site in America catering to the needs of this huge demographic.
Times have changed, and now the Internet is a significant [meeting place] for seniors.” Barcaro and a friend founded the service, based near Pittsburgh, Pa., with a third partner soon joining them.
“Our community offers prayer support, lively discussions on hot topics and even poll questions to engage others’ opinions.
“When I started Catholic Match.com, it never dawned on me to think about older people,” co-founder Brian Barcaro told Our Sunday Visitor.
I found the community very helpful, since it wasn’t normal in the course of meeting new people to meet Catholic singles.” For Angela, finding a Catholic man was one of her primary requirements: “My faith is really important to me, so I figured that going on Catholic Match would be the most obvious choice as everybody on there is Catholic.
I don’t really have a large social circle and I’m a relatively quiet person so it was more difficult to meet people,” she added. “Don’t be discouraged; look at my case, meeting Angela after five years,” said John.
When they held hands at Mass, something great happened, they said, and before he left, they both said, “I love you.” “Jeanne and I came to the same conclusion,” Ray Bullock said.