Is being single an actual “vocation” or not? I’ve heard conflicting opinions from reputable sources on both sides.
And if it is, then how can it be used as a “gift”?
Even if it isn’t meant to be a calling, clearly we must all be single for some time at some point. So, how does one make the best of it, with out obsessing about “finding a man”, or getting married?
(Note: I have listened to Bld. Pier Giorgio’s biography, so I garnered some hope and insight there. He died at a fairly young age, however, so to argue that “singleness” was his vocation might be faulty?)
Jessica is a single 28 year old Catholic woman who’s fed up with the way the world’s dating system works. Or doesn’t work.
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