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I fell into reading some really disturbing accounts of the mating scene among “millenials,” or, say, those roughly 18-30.
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As a traditionalist-leaning Catholic, I have always supported the hierarchical structure. But the events of the last 15 years have led me to study the history of the hierarchy and its relation to the papacy.
Specifically, I am interested in how bishops are chosen.
Not that dating is ideal, anyway, courting is much more virtuous and apt to aid one in finding that one special person much better.
I saw a link last week that went to a post wherein a 32 year old Indian woman, self-described as very attractive, fit, highly educated, and highly paid, lamented the fact that now that she was done partying and engaging in no-strings sex, she couldn’t find a traditional Indian man to settle down with.