Catholic Match acquires

The union of the singles-dating Web sites "makes sense" on many levels, says Catholic Match co-founder.

It's a match made in Heaven.

Catholic Match announced Tuesday it acquired the assets of The parties, as expected, are gushing like newlyweds.

"It became clear, after some initial discussion, that an acquisition made sense," beamed Catholic Match co-founder Brian Barcaro. And CatholicDaters' founder, Andrew Weyrich, glowed: "Catholic Match embodies many of the values and concepts that were important to us at CatholicDaters."

But hey, this is America, where 50 percent of marriages end up in divorce. So Catholic Match has its work cut out for it in making the most of the union.

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