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When you send her your usual Valentine’s card, signed by her, “secret admirer,” why not pop a gift card in the envelope as well?
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Providentially, Clare soon heard from James, a 36-year-old teacher.
He had been using Catholic Match on and off for five years and was about to give up.
It read: “Middle ranking civil servant, single, Catholic, 43-years-old, immaculate past, from the countryside, is seeking a good Catholic pure girl, who can cook well, and who can do all housework, who is also capable of sewing and a good homemaker in order to marry at the soonest opportunity.” It was through the Altöttinger Liebfrauen Messenger newspaper that Joseph Ratzinger met Maria Peintner.
They soon married and Maria gave birth to three children; Georg, Maria and Joseph.
James had initially signed up because he was a busy bachelor who worked long hours in the week and often felt too exhausted to socialise at the weekend.
For him, Catholic Match was a perfect way of meeting new Catholics.
But painful as it is, at least such questions sharpen the process of elimination.
But Clare was at a different point in her life than most of her fellow Catholics at university.
She was slightly older, a recent convert to Catholicism and was still considering her vocation.
But if you find yourself this Thursday clicking on the “like” button through bitter sobs as half of your Facebook friends announce what a fabulous Valentine’s Day they are having, perhaps it is time to log out and register with Catholic Match instead.
Alternatively, if you are a modern-day Mrs Bennet, desperate to find your daughter a devoutly Catholic Mr Darcy, Catholic Match gift cards start from about £8 a month.