Jackie has some straightforward advice about how Catholics (should) date in a way that will eliminate the ambiguity often involved, while hopefully leading to more vocations and a healthier dating culture:
- If you’re not ready to get married, there’s no point in dating
- Guys, ask the girl, “Can I take you out on a date?” Girls, if he doesn’t ask, you ask. Whoever asks should pay.
- A first date shouldn’t be longer than ninety minutes, and shouldn’t cost more than ten dollars. You’re just getting to know each other.
- After three dates, you should know if the relationship is going anywhere. Either end it or extend it. Don’t be shy. Life is short.
Don’t forget to check out The Dating Project documentary.
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