Online dating and marriage among Catholics explored in Xlibris title

October 09, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment News
Is Internet "dating" beneficial to the soul? Does it produce healthy and positive relationships? Does it ever lead to marriage? People with questions about the soundness of online dating will find answers in the Xlibris book We Met Online: Stories of Married Catholics Who Met Their Spouses on the Internet.

This self-published collection of inspiring stories, edited by Anthony J. Buono and Stephen Weisenbach, is sure to make readers laugh, cry and have a deeper understanding about online dating and how it can produce successful marriages. We Met Online shows what it takes to succeed in finding the right person online.

As a refreshing change, the editors of We Met Online turn away from focusing on singles searching for love, and turn to Catholics who used to be single and are now happily married to the person they met on the Internet.

This compilation of 25 stories relates how romance blossomed and flourished among Catholics of different ages, ethnicities and backgrounds, situations, and often from great distances. The couples met each other on the Internet with most claiming there is no other way they could have met. These stories are exciting, rich in warmth, full of life, and show that ordinary, faith-filled persons can be found online.

We Met Online is also a testimonial of how God is using the powerful and modern technological marvel called the Internet to bring people together for the holy and sacred union of marriage. This book is available on Amazon and Xlibris.


About Xlibris
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