Catholic dating groups
It all has me thinking about how difficult parish groups for singles can be. “I’m not going to know anybody” we think, or “What if it’s lame?” It can be tough for single people to showing up a random meetings and events by themselves. They’re held in a defined place, and once you arrive you get to sit down and listen to the proceedings. I can’t tell you how many singles’ happy hours I have attended, only to walk around the bar a couple of times and then turn around and head home because I couldn’t for the life of me figure out which group of people I was supposed to be meeting. The stereotype is that it looks like the church basement equivalent of a singles’ bar. After an evening of prayer or a day of building houses for the homeless, it’s natural to get together for dinner or a drink.A blind priest went for his daily walk one day and in prayer he lost his way.He prayed and God told him to sit in the middle of the road.The first and foremost is our love for Jesus and Mary answering both our prayers to find that special person.We still have to plan our wedding date along with a number of other things. Kevin and Alexandra My Husband and I met on this site in 2013.We sponsor 15-20 activities each month, comprising social, cultural, religious, and sports events. As if being single was not hard enough, dating can be such a struggle.
We are committed to each other and connected in so many ways.
enthused about launching a singles’ group at the parish.