For example, there are many "rules" that believers in Catholicism have to follow to remain true to their faith.
In this recent interview with the Register in Vienna, Martin Kugler shares why they started the website, why he believes prejudice against using internet dating sites is diminishing, and why Catholic dating sites offer certain safeguards that others do not. I didn’t meet my wife on the internet, but we met the bishop responsible for the pastoral care of families in Austria.
He said he had many friends, or knew of many people, who were wanting to start a Christian family but hadn’t found the right partner.
There was only a Protestant website in Austria, which was rather expensive.
It’s also difficult for a Catholic country like Austria to use a website which is not, in a certain regard, Catholic …
They tended to be around 35 to 40 years old and were pessimistic because, in their village or in the place they worked, there were only divorced people, or they weren’t Christian or committed.