“Don’t be fooled by others,” warns Catholic Singles, “Join a true Catholic community!” Catholic Match makes the same distinction: “Catholic Match, unlike many websites which target Catholics, is faithful to the teachings and values of the Catholic Church.It launched with its first conference in Anaheim, CA, and is hitting New York City this Labor Day weekend., to a country guy or girl just looking to lasso a pardner’s heart, Many internet daters are, of course, interested in meeting people who share their faith.Web surfers would be hard pressed to find anything Catholic at besides their name, and seems more concerned about a potential partner’s pedigree and income potential than their faith.Other sites, like catholicmatchmaker.net, are just fronts for much larger matchmaking engines.
You’re gonna quit when you meet her.” “Face it,” it says on the most, important criteria in looking for friends or a soul mate.” Catholic Singles is a Catholic-owned and operated internet dating site founded in 1997 where, for a fee as low as .95 per month, members can search for a mate.
To single men and women who use non-religious sites like Match.com, and who don’t list their faith as one of their primary criteria in meeting someone, the premium Catholic Singles places on religious beliefs might seem strange.
But for the site’s members, the issue of faith is essential — it goes beyond a person’s occupation or hair color and reflects one’s deepest values.
Christians have even more options: at , they can search for a potential match or their favorite scripture passage (or, presumably, both.) According to Brian Barcaro, cofounder of Catholic Match , people come to his site because they are looking for a person with a specific characteristic: faith.
“I would say that the only thing unique is that the Catholics that come to our site put a higher priority on their faith — they’re specifically looking for other Catholics.” Actually, Catholics have plenty of options, though some sites are a little more about the dating and a lot less about the Catholic.