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Not to step on Michelle’s toes here, but Breier, it seems like you might be missing the larger point.
While I agree with you about not attributing the views of a particular website to all those who frequent it, it seems like common sense to admit that, while there are many faithful catholics like you and, at times, me that don’t prefer the N.
Most of the profiles I looked at were hardly “radtrad” at all.
It’s a forum for people attached to the Latin Mass, but being a “radtrad” is not a sine qua non.
As far as the single sites, I would have been ALL OVER that back when I was looking for my bride. Yes there’s a page of links to the fringe, which no doubt reflects the views of whoever set up the website.
I don’t think there should be a stigma attached to that at all. But that tells you nothing about the people who have actually set up profiles there.
The biggest misconception about the single life is … It’s frustrating to not know quite what I’m planning for or when marriage is going to come along.
I have no problem with people looking for someone from their own “rite.” And this is very practicial.And these are Catholic couples, practicing, Mass-going Catholics. Guys need some help understanding what is and is not proper behavior. that there’s something wrong with you because you’re single. Also, the tendency toward being selfish is a “human” problem, not just one for singles. Finally, while we have the gift of time, it’s not endless time. (Joking, Mom.) Read more: "Is the unconsecrated single life a vocation?The thing is, for a lot of us, being single is at least something of a choice. We’re not hooking up with guys in bars or going out with just anyone. We want to be with guys who can be good Catholic husbands. Having standards like that doesn’t mean something’s wrong with you.