The Catholic Match team hopes to use both of these sites to reverse the marriage decline and support Catholic relationships in every way possible.
“In the early days, we never thought we would end up building the largest and most successful website for single Catholics. Every single time we receive the story of a happy couple, photos of newborn babies, or a thank you note for fostering a community through our website, it is both moving and humbling.
We will tell you what you need in a relationship, where you screwed up (without knowing it) in past relationships and a customized action plan to make your next relationship successful.
If you’ve been looking for a long-term partner on the Hamilton dating scene and if you keep coming up short then it might be time for a new approach, with a targeted dating site like Elite Singles.
The future of Catholic Match, and online dating as a whole, is really exciting.
In 2013, Catholic Match received its 1 millionth account, proving that the days of online dating being seen as a last resort for lonely singles were long past.
The coming years will also see a growth and development of the Catholic Match Institute, which will strive to better educate Catholic singles, divorcees, married couples, engaged couples, and church leaders.
This will serve as an information hub for things like purposeful dating and marriage preparation.
In 1999, co-founders Jason La Fosse and Brian Barcaro found themselves at a church picnic discussing the struggles that single Catholics were facing.