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“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.
We shared a lot of things about our lives, and we shared our devotions to our Catholic faith.” He went to Oklahoma to meet her and her family and on a later visit, he proposed to her on bent knee in front of her daughters. They remained married members who answer questions.
When they held hands at Mass, something great happened, they said, and before he left, they both said, “I love you.” “Jeanne and I came to the same conclusion,” Ray Bullock said.“When I started Catholic Match.com, it never dawned on me to think about older people,” co-founder Brian Barcaro told Our Sunday Visitor.“That was 11 years ago, and very few people in their 60s and 70s were using the Internet, let alone a dating site.They share their faith and life experiences and they go right to the heart of the matter.They hit the ground running.” Anthony Buono of Front Royal, Va., founded Ave Maria 13 years ago.
Times have changed, and now the Internet is a significant [meeting place] for seniors.” Barcaro and a friend founded the service, based near Pittsburgh, Pa., with a third partner soon joining them.