Face it, you're here because sharing your faith is probably the most important thing to you when searching for that special someone.

Sincerely, Angelica Dear Catholic Singles.com, Dennis and I are so grateful to God for bringing us together through Catholic Singles. Read More Matt and I met in September 2009 through your site after I had just moved to Michigan to start graduate school.

People don't realize how the smallest decisions they make every day truly have an affect on the rest of their lives. Before I joined your site 3 years ago, I was a member of a few other high-profile dating websites, but I couldn’t find anyone I connected with on a deeper, spiritual level. We started dating soon after and have been inseparable ever since! After celebrating our first holiday season together as a married couple, we are ...

Dating is an awesome, terrible, challenging, great, heartbreaking institution. It can leave you floating on air or crashing back to earth.

The Situation: Things seem to be going pretty well – and then all of a sudden it ends with one line: “It’s not you, it’s God.” Sometimes, well-intentioned Catholics will use God to get out of a relationship they don’t want to be in anymore. Those are both decisions that we made for ourselves, but they sound way better if God told us to do it.

She Says: I’ve had so many girlfriends burned by this one…

A guy will say that he’s prayerfully discerned out the relationship because he needs more time to pursue Christ on his own – and then BAM! If you’re really feeling called like it’s time to be single, be single.To have success in dating, and by success I mean a lasting, healthy relationship, and an even healthier, lasting marriage, a couple needs to court, rather than just date, they need to choose their dates with God in mind, and they need to be pure.Courtship is a strange concept to a lot of people, even among Catholics.So as last night rolled around I had dozens of excellent questions and possible topics to discuss.In a nearly-packed room in the basement of the Newman Center (and with Daily Iowan reporters there taking notes and snapping my picture) we had 90 minutes of questions, answers and discussion.May God continue blessing your ministry in all that you do!