Catholicism in dating
These are not men to spend any sort of quality time with, let alone marry. I know many other men who are truly kind, who have a strong sense of honor and integrity, who are gentle and respectful. Being Catholic does not necessarily have—although it most certainly should—any bearing on one’s goodness, one’s ability to form a solid relationship, one’s attitude towards everyone else.Truthfully, I would rather marry a kind, respectful atheist, than some of the “good Catholic” men I know.I don’t believe that should be the objective, though.
At first it seemed like an easy answer: your faith forms you and your view of the world and your relationship to the world and everyone in it.Plus, unlike other free Roman Catholic dating sites and Catholic dating agencies, e Harmony won’t make you spend hours scrolling through profiles of other Catholic singles, searching for someone special.Instead, we’ll send you a carefully selected batch of matches every day, specially tailored to you, saving you time and helping you to preserve your privacy.If he loved and respected me, he would at the very least tolerate my religion.And who knows, prolonged toleration could very well turn into interest. Especially in today’s world, there is the very real possibility that many of us will not marry people who share our faith.