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In my circles, the topic of Catholic dating comes up regularly or, more specifically, the topic of why there is often a lack of dating among young Catholics.

Everyone's an expert on where the blame should be placed: the hook-up culture, the hang-out culture, the so-called 'friend-zone', feminism, men being wimps, women taking the initiative instead, discernment dragging on, and the list continues.

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.

Nearly two thirds of Londoners are aged under 44 (63%), and as a proportion of population there are over twice as many 25 to 29 year olds living in Inner London than the rest of England.

With many delaying marriage and long-term relationships to focus on careers and a hectic lifestyle there are a huge number of single people with little time to get to know new people.

This week a Catholic gal (who wished to remain anonymous) responds with some suggestions for avoiding common Catholic dating faux pas. If you fail, have recourse to the Sacrament of Penance as soon as possible and begin again. Your soul is at stake and perhaps a happy marriage and a possible vocation. The road to chastity is paved with prayer, the Eucharist, and reading of the New Testament.In particular this is a challenge for Catholics, many of whom have strong beliefs that would make it difficult to date non-Christians, or to look to start a family with one day.Traditionally Catholics relied more upon friends of friends or established networks in their local parish to meet other people with the same values and goals as themselves.The subject matter of those posts generated considerable discussion in my local Catholic community of San Diego, which pleased me no end since this was my main goal in writing them in the first place.