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For members of the Catholic faith, it can sometimes be difficult to find a partner who shares your core beliefs.
Like an answered prayer, Catholic dating sites offer a place to gather and meet like-minde…
We know that the church isn't the most popular source for relationship advice among young adults today.
But the church does have a lot to say about the matter—and believe it or not, it's not all about sin.
The following articles deal with the messy reality of love, sex, dating, and marriage. Sex, lies, and hook-up culture Don't believe all your friends tell you about sleeping around. Take advantage of what the church offers engaged couples, even if your path to the altar doesn't follow the ideal. You might want to listen to the church's time-tested teachings. Check out our marriage section for more articles on maintaining a happy, loving relationship.
There's something for everybody here, whether you are... College kids tell Donna Freitas that they don't actually like hook-up culture. Heather Grennan Gary reports on what young couples make of marriage-for better or worse. They have helped some couples survive the rough patches. FORUM: As Catholics, we know that there’s a lot more to love than romance.5 questions with Donna Freitas For parents: Intimate conversations: How to talk to your kids about sex ... Shattering the myth of the soul mate Christine Whelan suggests a better way to go about finding a future spouse: stop looking. A Betrothal proposal The church says "stop it," but two family ministry researchers wonder whether a long-lost tradition could bring cohabitating Catholics and the church back together. How do you show your love for those around you—family, friends, foes, or strangers?Don't wait for marriage Start searching for your spouse early, advises John Van Epp, but many readers have their own dating advice in this Sounding Board survey. Christina Capecchi reports on how the Internet is changing the way we find love. Tell us about your plans for Valentine’s Day, describe what love means to you as a Catholic, or simply share your favorite quote about love.You can leave a comment below or e-mail us a reflection for a guest blog post. Live your life focused on putting God first, investing in a deeper relationship with him and with others, but remaining OPEN. Love is accepting the whole package unconditionally… “We can say that inner innocence (that is, the rightness of intention) in the exchange of the gift consists in a reciprocal ‘acceptance’ of the other in such a way that it corresponds to the very essence of the gift; in this way, the mutual gift creates the communion of persons. If you have it when you aren’t ready to be a parent or ready to make a total gift of yourself, it will poison your relationship. The more you know someone, the more you’ll want to love them. If you are still single, know that a boyfriend/girlfriend is a gift, not something you can force or work for. The more you love someone, the more you’ll want to know them. A priest, a nun, another couple or a couple’s group are great tools for learning to understand one another, and not eat each other alive, learning to balance each other out and live life together.