I understand this sort of dilemma! When you feel called to Marriage and it has not happened, you can want to find another way to dedicate one’s singleness to God. I’ve looked a little into Consecrated Virginity & still may consider it but also things like being a Lay Carmelite etc.
During the pandemic, I’ve come to realise that, whilst i’m still fertile, I want to put everything into pursuing marriage. Even if time passes & it’s too late for biological children, I’d be happy entering into marriage whenever God decides even if I’m 55+!
I recommend branching out to groups that aren’t age bound. In the UK we have organisations like CAFOD & Life which have local, regional & national groups where you interact with other people at regular meetings & conferences - no doubt there are similar organisations wherever you are from. If there is a Foodbank, homeless outreach etc attached to your church or a Faith & Justice group etc volunteer & connect with other parishes’ groups creating opportunities to work together for the good of the community but also to widen your social circle. Pick things you enjoy & are good at! For me, it’s Music ministry, charitable causes or Youth/Children’s work. I’m studying Theology of the Body online & am in a monthly Zoom prayer group from another nearby city. I haven’t done these things with the intention of meeting anyone, just because I’m drawn to them & because it’s a way of giving back, feeling connected to others & often having fun. It’s been a way of making the most of my singleness & honing the needs to nurture, love & be passionate that I’d have been giving to my husband & children, were I a wife & mother by now.
I’ve been doing this sort of thing for many years & not really met anyone that I could see myself marrying but that changed recently.It’s extremely early days but, if he wants to pursue a relationship with me, then I know he will have been worth waiting for all these years - he’s a good, talented, handsome Catholic man who is active in the church & wider community & the kind of person I’ve been hoping to meet for a long while. I wouldn’t have met him if not for the fact that we are both active in the lives of our parishes & our paths crossed through that. Whatever happens, both of us have been serving God in our own way as lay people & having a pretty rewarding, fulfilling time along the way. Like attracts like. I’d “given up” (I wrote a thread about it!) & a couple of weeks later, I saw him for the 1st time at a Catholic event, not expecting to see anyone in that way.
There is no harm in being on Catholic Match. It’s early days for me & this man may not have a romantic interest in me or vice versa further down the line so I’d probably join something like that too if it didn’t work out. Keep going to the young adults groups but also look for interest groups, retreats, pilgrimages, study & voluntary opportunities etc that you’d want to do regardless & you never know, you might be pleasantly surprised one day too!
God bless you, I pray you find your spouse soon.