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I just wanted to ask if anyone had experience of how best to go about meeting Catholics of the opposite sex and whether they would recommend any of the Catholic Singles websites (esp. I currently attend a rather large parish church in the centre of Glasgow where the chance of bumping into people I know on a regular basis isn’t very large.
I have attended a number of events held by the church for the recent Jesuit Novena of Grace but I would say that as 33 I was definitely one of the youngest people there!
"[Catholics] should put eggs in many baskets and consciously seek people out," said Amy Bonaccorso, author of the forthcoming book, "How to Get to 'I Do': A Dating Guide for Catholic Women." "They should also focus on good character, traits like generosity and an ability to work through problems, rather than superficial checklists." A shared commitment to God's will is a simple but vital foundation.
When that's in place, God can write a beautiful love story.
Any suggestions and experiences (and, of course, prayers! Thank you, David I do recommend Ave Maria Catholic Singles - they have an extensive registration questionnaire so you know much more about a person right away. My husband and I also met and married through that web site.
They do charge 0 now for a lifetime membership but in my opinion it’s worth it. It is very orthodox and faithful to the magesterium. My husband and I have been married for over 3 years and have two kids so far!
The method taught is the Sympto-Thermal Method, and is also taught via Cyle PRO software.
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