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“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.
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.
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.
The Catholic singles sites also recommend friendships only for divorcees without annulments.
Meanwhile, Leon, 64, is making friends on Catholic Match.com, and wants to find a woman who loves romance and who loves the Lord.