Catholic Dating: A Conference for singles, engaged, & Married couples
Stories and insights for Catholic singles, engaged, and married couples. Discover the real, thrilling meaning to romance, and how we create happily-ever-after in the real world.
We almost called this event ‘dating in lockdown.’
But love doesn’t stop when lockdowns start! Hosted by Anne DeSantis and the St Raymond Nonnatus Foundation, join us this Valentine’s weekend, Feb 13-14, 2021. Catholic singles, speakers, and couples are sharing their favorite insights and inspiration.
No matter your stage in life, God calls you to find a deep and thrilling romance. Discover how we create happily-ever-after in the real world.
Yes, it exists. Keep reading…
Join a private group to share and discuss ideas.
How can I watch the videos?
The videos will be sent to the email you registered with. You’ll be able to watch all of them for free until after the event.
I can’t attend the event. Will there be replays?
Yes, all the replays will be stored in a beautiful, on-demand library that you can watch any time.
Is there a community?
Yes, this event is happening within the SmartCatholics community. Get formation, feedback, answers, and new friends!
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“Love does not have to be perfect for us to value it.
” The other person loves me as best they can, with all their limits, but the fact that love is imperfect does not mean that it is untrue or unreal.”
Pope Francis, The Joy of Love
Welcome Letter from Anne DeSantis
Love is so much more than erratic, Hollywood passion. Married couples tell us it’s more than a feeling. It’s a choice.
But some of us haven’t been lucky in love. We’ve loved and lost. Some are afraid they’ll never find the love of their life.
We’re here to tell you that if you’re single, your beloved is out there! If you’re engaged, or married, then you’re probably looking for ways to keep the love light alive – especially in this pandemic.
This the good news of the Gospel – God hungers for each of us to live a deeply fulfilled and happy life.
We all yearn for the saga hidden in the Song of Songs, where a couple find a deep, burning love for each other, a love that overcomes every trial. Is true love possible? And, if it is, what do we have to do to find our own? How do we keep it kindled after ten years of marriage?
You’re not alone. Join us to discover the real, thrilling meaning to romance, and how we create happily-ever-after in the real world.
Meet your Host
The St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation presents “Catholic Dating”.
Whether you’re single, engaged, newly married or married for years, this conference offers real-life testimony, advice from Scripture, and resources from our Catholic faith on living your best life and vocation.
The St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation supports Catholic couples and family life. Join us for “Catholic Dating!” this Valentines Day, 2021
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