Sex & The Single Vicar

Tales of Ecclesiastical Dating

Once upon a time, I had a crush on Raymond Podany. Two seventh graders at Holy Family School, we danced our first dance in the school auditorium. I remember the first kiss, in the bleachers sitting in his lap. Collegiate and cool, he was also awkward and shy. Brainy and bold, I was anything but. …

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Looking for bromance? It seems Trump and Putin have been playing footsie under the table. Putin flirts with Trump and Trump’s heart is all aflutter. Tweet, tweet, Vladimir, strong leader. So handsome, shirtless and mounted on your horse. Of course, we have much in common. So Trump, a rank neophyte narcissistically plays the game — …

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“On December 5, 1900, the New York Herald headlines screamed:”   “CHANLER ESCAPES Amelie Rives First Husband IS OUT OF ASYLUM Search Fails to Find Wealthy Demented Man Who Left Bloomingdale Institution… Former Wife, Princess Troubetzkoy, Also Insane.” This is the dark and delicious tale of doomed passion: meticulously researched and wonderfully told in Archie and …

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  I am dating myself in more ways than one. A child of the sixties, I grew up in the heyday of game shows. Before Match.dot.com,  Cupid worked his magic on The Dating Game.  Remember? Three handsome, groovy guys sitting on stools behind a screen; one wide eyed young woman in mini-skirt and go-go boots; a …

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What is a bibliophile to do who knows zilch about dating? She reads a book, of course. So bibiliographically, I do a little research to discern who is the current expert in the field. Which means I googled: “book dating over 50.” Up pops a popular blogger on the Huffington Post: Lisa Copeland  of www.FindAQualityMan.com. On my …

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