Catholic Singles Converge On Denver


Catholic Singles Converge On Denver

How is one to live a Catholic life
as a single person in the modern world? How is one to find their way of serving
the Church amidst parish life so often geared to those with families? These and
other questions are addressed in the National Catholic Singles Conference.

The mountains of Colorado have become the place to be for
single Catholics in February. Denver’s
Embassy Suites Hotel hosts the event that includes prestigious speakers like
Mary Beth Bonacci, Katrina Zeno, Anastasia Northrop and many more. “The best
weekend of my entire 2005 was spent at the Catholic Singles Conference, Bonacci
told Catholic Match. I had so much
fun, met so many other single Catholics and made so many new friends — I can’t
wait for the 2006 conference.”

The conference provides an ideal
opportunity for those who must live out their lives in communities that are
often at odds with their values and it is a unique chance to meet others from
across the country that face the same challenge of integrating themselves into
parish life. “It was inspiring to see so many faith-filled singles gathered for
Mass and prayer, said catechist Holly Goedjen, who traveled all the way from
Wisconsin to attend the ’05 event. “It was a great opportunity to meet Catholic
singles from across the country.”

Denver offers a unique chance for singles to network with each
other, form friendships and to help each other become the light to the world
that Christ calls his disciples to be. Catholic Match
is proud to once again sponsor this event, and heed the call of the late John
Paul II, to help “those who first make contact through the Internet to
move from the virtual world of cyberspace to the real world of Christian
community.”

Visit the Catholic Match events calendar for more information on how to register.






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