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Leon, who asked that his last name not be used, of Houston, Texas, was divorced 19 years ago, applied for an annulment last year, and won’t date until it’s final.
“I strictly follow what the Church teaches,” he said.
“If you haven’t figured out who you are by the time you’re in your 60s, you probably never will.
You have to be totally honest with who you are and settle for nothing less than that, and the person you want to be with.
They hit the ground running.” Anthony Buono of Front Royal, Va., founded Ave Maria 13 years ago.
“We saw that the dating sites weren’t all that great for Catholics, so we thought we’d give it a shot and build a better mousetrap.” Catholic has about 200,000 members — 10 percent are older than 60, and nearly 500 are in their 80s.
They are widowed, late divorcees or never married, and 65 percent are female.
And the most important quality about our relationship is our relationship with Jesus Christ.” They were married Nov. Christina Ries of Minneapolis, spokeswoman for Catholic Match.com, isn’t surprised that the Bullocks and other couples click so quickly.
That’s because of the questions that prospective members answer, she said. The seniors, as well as any other age group, come to the site with really sincere and good intentions, and they feel safe and comfortable.
“I thought that I didn’t have to worry about meeting him because I wasn’t going to Montana,” said Donna Berry. Our fingers were flying [on the keyboards] for the next two nights, then we talked on the phone. Dan and Donna Schoo of Dekalb, Ill., 59 and 57, respectively, met on Ave Maria and got married in 2002.