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Ann Clegg recalled one man who sent her four to five messages each day with riddles and puzzles.
When questioned, he admitted to “basically playing the odds by sending out messages to 75 or more women at a time,” she said.
If we’re only in love with a list of qualities, well, then our love will drift to anyone who has those qualities.
We haven’t yet reached the dignity of the person.” Online personal ads “commoditize” people, violating Pope John Paul II’s personalistic norm “that a human being may never be used as a means to an end,” said Dawn Eden, author of .
Today, the most often-cited meeting place for singles (21%) is online, according to a survey published in last year.
In terms of Catholic sites, Catholic Match says it has served almost 1 million people since its founding in 1999.
But the smaller sites are growing: Ave Maria has gone from 2,000 to about 5,000 active users since 2000.
After 15 years in business, it has 3,000 marriages under its belt.