[quote="Marie1234, post:5, topic:322375"]
also, do you have an official Church statement regarding soul mates, because I have never heard of the Church saying one way or the other on the issue? Just curious :)
I found this link online that has some good opinions.
One of the points I gleaned from the discussion there has to do with the origin of the soul. Some believe soul mates are originally one soul, that then splits, and the two halves have to find each other. That part is definitely not Catholic Doctrine, which is rather that a unique soul is created at the moment of conception. The other idea sometimes connected with soul mates is that they are somehow linked with regard to their eternal destiny, i.e. one cannot be saved or lost without the other, and usually they are supposed to save each other. This is also not in line with Catholic Doctrine, which is rather that each soul will be judged, individually, on the basis of its works while in the body.
I would simply caution you against those two errors. On the other hand, God does have His Will for each individual person's life, and if He intends for two persons to be married, He gives them a vocation to Matrimony to each other. Vocations to Matrimony are real, and are Catholic Doctrine. If you wanted to call your spouse your soul mate, there's probably nothing wrong with that, but be cautious about New-Age type doctrines that contradict the Church.