Marriage is treated as a lifelong commitment and is a sacred vow; strong ties with family members are common amongst the Irish people.
Men are highly individualistic and they tend to assume personal responsibility for their own lot in life and are able to achieve great things on their own without having to depend on others. Listening to the melodic tones of an Irishman’s speech is often quite enough to make any woman feel weak in her knees.
Ireland also remains a country of deeply revered traditions where music, conversation, dance, celebrations and festivals are an important part of life.
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They place importance on life success and generally value intelligence over looks. Ireland is an island off Western Europe in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
This mostly Catholic country enjoys a temperate climate.
IN the world of online dating agencies where first, second and last chances at romance are frequently promised, the guiding ethos of Catholic Match is simple and direct: ‘Grow in faith, fall in love’ is its website’s guiding mantra — a message that is clearly being heeded, given its one million visitors every month.
Headquartered in the small town of Zelienople, Pennsylvania, it began in 1999, when friends Brian Barcaro and Jason La Fosse launched a local singles forum ‘to help cultivate marriage and provide a vibrant, moral community environment’.
“If it’s the Lord’s will, either through Catholic Match or some other means, that other person will present themselves to you.” “I’ve heard many people say that it is hard to meet new people, but if you don’t have a strong community or family it is even harder to meet someone who has the same value system as you,” says Robyn Lee.
“That is why Catholic Match can be so helpful.” An upcoming trip of American members to Ireland taking in all the tourist spots like Killarney, Galway, Cashel and Dublin is already sold out.
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