Best catholic dating books
The two Catholics married on June 28, 2008, and Amy Bonaccorso recently wrote a book for Catholic singles called "How to Get to 'I Do': A Dating Guide for Catholic Women," published by Servant Books.
"I wanted to write the book from the perspective of someone who actually walked [the Catholic dating path]," she said in an interview with the Catholic Standard.
I think it makes sense to try to hang out in places where you are likely to meet another Catholic because it's obviously going to be easier if you are married to someone who shares your religion.
We have friends and relatives come to our home or call us when they've had a traumatic break-up, and we do our best to advise and re-build them.
In the Catholic faith, we invest a lot of time, energy and resources into supporting celibate religious vocations.
We need to also reflect on the call to marriage, because without strong Catholic families, we may not have the children who grow up to pursue religious life. We need to encourage married Catholics to help the singles in their social circles when they can.
What are the most common pitfalls Catholic women make in looking for a future spouse? They might say, "I'm not going online anymore." Or, "I won't date anyone who doesn't meet my checklist." It's important to give God people, events, and chance encounters to work with.
Women may meet a lot of guys who aren't "the one" before finally finding their husband.