As we talked, he mentioned that he should write an article about the Catholic on-line dating scene. First off, I really appreciate David for starting the conversation on dating in the Catholic world.Several months later, as I heard of more and more of my friends using these websites, I sent him a message on Facebook asking him if he would, in fact, write something for Restless Pilgrim. This is a topic that is badly (or evilly) covered in the secular media and barely touched in the Catholic media.
When Catholics do discuss it, they usually spend more time saying what you are not supposed to do, instead of what you are supposed to do.
Alternatively, they skip straight over meeting and dating to people who are already married.
And as the culture gets more and more post-Christian, how challenging is it to find someone with similar values and goals as you go out in the “regular world"? It can be expensive depending on which site you choose.
Not to paint too dire a picture, but how can single Catholics meet their future spouse? Here are 3 proven, practical tips to finding that special Catholic someone: 1. I’ve heard that there are “all the same people” on the sites, so you may eventually have to look outside your local area.
After 10 months of in-person dating, they married in 2005.