I can't help but wonder about this question. Before going back to school, I had a stable, good-paying, professional job with great work-life balance. Back then, I had no trouble attracting women, Catholic and secular alike. I quit that job to go back to school. Now that I'm back in school, I suddenly find that I'm no longer as sought after as before. Is it because women now see me as just another poor student?
Personally, I think Catholic women may be more so than others, since they tend to look for men who will be good providers, so that they can stay home with the children. Of course, that's a big generalization, but nonetheless, that's the sense I get.
So as you can see, I have a dilemma. I am someone who's currently unemployed, but with a great earning potential in the future once I finish school in about a year. I don't want to talk about salary numbers, but let's just say I'll be in a whole different tax bracket than when I first started school. It's not something that I would - or want to - communicate to women that I may be interested in, since that would attract the wrong type of women, but I just thought - however naively - that Catholic women would be different or better than the other women out there in that regard.
Guess I was wrong.