Leon, who asked that his last name not be used, of Houston, Texas, was divorced 19 years ago, applied for an annulment last year, and won’t date until it’s final.
“I strictly follow what the Church teaches,” he said.
“If you haven’t figured out who you are by the time you’re in your 60s, you probably never will.
You have to be totally honest with who you are and settle for nothing less than that, and the person you want to be with.
He joined in November 2009 because, he said, “I wanted to meet a woman who was really Catholic and believed in our Church.” Three months later, he stopped at Donna’s profile when he was scrolling through listings and left her a message.Then in August, she saw Ray’s profile and sent him a message. They went dining and dancing, and he met her family.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.“So, I always encourage people to be open to whatever person God leads them to.” Widower Joel Berry, 57, lived in Montana when he met Donna, 56, a divorcee, from Oklahoma.He had been a rancher, and she was a late-life college student who had settled into being a grandmother to her nine grandchildren.