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The guy from the young adult group seemed nice, and I noted that on the paper.
Then my pen hovered over the space next to Travis's name. Was I glad to have taken a chance, to have gotten outside of myself and to rethink my opinions?
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Finally, we sat down and the series of 5-minute dates began. "It's run by the Dominicans," I said, trying to offer more details about my college. "Not people from the Dominican Republic," I clarified. " We went back and forth for a minute, each unsure if the other was being sarcastic. "So are you one of those Catholics who just picks and chooses what they like? The amount of concentration required for me to keep a straight face took up most of my brain power.I joked with friends that I'd be spending the evening with a dozen men eager to spend their five minutes apiece quizzing me on papal encyclicals. Giving it a shot On the day of the event, I was one of the first people to arrive at the bar.I received warm greetings from my fellow participants, all of whom appeared harmless enough that, when the event organizer asked us to sign a waiver releasing him of all responsibility for what followed, I felt fairly confident I didn't need to read the fine print.As we waited for the event to begin, I talked to a few small groups of participants and surveyed the room.I recognized one guy from a Catholic young-adult group in the city.
I rattled off my name and college and current job over and over again, as I traded statistics with the men who rotated through the seat across from me. "Priests." Things were not going according to plan. Finally, I stated, rather emphatically, that it was a Catholic Event. " Wishing I'd stuck to the topic of sports, I searched for an answer, but before I got the words out, he fired another question at me. Unfortunately, the remaining portion of my brain couldn't quite remember if the encyclical's publication date was 1967 or 1968. He corrected me, but seemed satisfied that I'd been close.