Ireland dating marriage
When the site became a major success, they added partner Mike Lloyd in 2003 and rebranded as Catholic
“It was their goal to provide a pleasing, easy to use interface with a more faith-filled experience than the secular ‘one-size-fits-all’ sites,” said Robyn Lee, editor of the Catholic Match blog.
By 2005, it had become the number one online service for single Catholics with membership across the world, including the UK, Australia, the Philippines, much of Europe, including Ireland.
“What differentiates Catholic Match from other dating sites like e Harmony or is that we provide a uniquely Catholic experience,” she explained.
It provides tools like a temperament test that helps users to know more about themselves and what they are looking for in a potential spouse.
Members are able to realise the importance of God’s gifts and be open to sacramental grace when seeking their future spouse.” Lee adds that “we have had thousands of couples get married as a result of meeting through Catholic Match.com, and they’re just the ones we know about.” And on the website, John Keane and Angela Dobbs, who were married on Jan 12 this year, are keen to tell their story.
“That is why Catholic Match can be so helpful.” An upcoming trip of American members to Ireland taking in all the tourist spots like Killarney, Galway, Cashel and Dublin is already sold out.
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