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Then she saw Buono on EWTN and signed up in April 2008.

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.

“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.

The Catholic singles sites also recommend friendships only for divorcees without annulments.

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.

“I thought that I didn’t have to worry about meeting him because I wasn’t going to Montana,” said Donna Berry. Our fingers were flying [on the keyboards] for the next two nights, then we talked on the phone. Dan and Donna Schoo of Dekalb, Ill., 59 and 57, respectively, met on Ave Maria and got married in 2002.

We shared a lot of things about our lives, and we shared our devotions to our Catholic faith.” He went to Oklahoma to meet her and her family and on a later visit, he proposed to her on bent knee in front of her daughters. They remained married members who answer questions.

“We saw that the dating sites weren’t all that great for Catholics, so we thought we’d give it a shot and build a better mousetrap.” Catholic has about 200,000 members — 10 percent are older than 60, and nearly 500 are in their 80s.

They are widowed, late divorcees or never married, and 65 percent are female.

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