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VIENNA — The first Catholic dating website in Austria has grown rapidly since it went online in 2005, helping around 1,000 members to get married and expanding to nine countries.Called Kathtreff, the website was founded by Martin Kugler and his wife, Gudrun, both of whom have dedicated their lives to promoting the Catholic faith in the public square in an increasingly secular Europe.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.It didn't take long for the essay to go viral online.'If you're looking for a dreamy, let's-go-for-it travel companion, Jason is your man,' Rosenthal pitched.
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Rosenthal loved experimenting with different media, and blending the virtual and physical worlds.
One of her favorite projects began with a You Tube video, '17 Things I Made,' featuring everything from books she had written to her three children to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
After the essay swept the internet, Jason penned an equally moving but brief public response to his wife.
'It is Amy's gift with words that has drawn the universe in,' Jason, 52, said.
Rosenthal more than kept her word; starting in the late 1990s, she regularly published at least a book a year, and sometimes three or four.