Interested Isabelle wrote:

Hi, guys —

I'm a student in high school and I found a guy I like in my Confirmation class (his parents forced him to take the class), however, I discovered that he's following some not so appropriate accounts with models on them. He may have matured from then because he hasn't used the account for a while (a year or so).

I feel that he's funny and a nice person if you get to know him. I still feel like he lingers in that inappropriate part of the internet. I don't know whether I should give him a chance or move on.

  • What is your opinion of him?

Isabelle

  { Should I give this guy that I like a second chance? }

Mike replied:

Dear Jane,

Our group's mission really isn't a Dear Abby for Catholics. Rather we clarify misperceptions about the Catholic faith.

My only two cents on your question is to talk to him directly about this. I know this is a generation where face to face talk has declined with the advent of Smart phones but if you plan to have a long-term relationship with this man, having a serious one-on-one conversation with him on an array of important topics (including faith, and if appropriate, marriage and children) is important. Once you get some direct feedback from him, pray and ask the Holy Spirit to guide you appropriately.

Hopefully, he believes in prayer too!

If he doesn't, it may be time to move on. You are young and there is still an ocean of good, if not great, single Catholic men who are also looking for someone as beautiful as you!

I hope this helps,

Mike

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