Father Pat Connor, a 79 year old Catholic priest born in Australia and based in Bordentown, New Jersey, has spent his celibate life, including nine years as a missionary in India, mulling connubial bliss. His decades of marriage counseling led him to distill some "mostly common sense" advice about how to dodge mates who would maul your happiness.
For 40 years, he has been giving a lecture - "Whom Not to Marry" - to high school seniors, mostly girls because they're more interested."It's important to do it before they fall seriously in love, because then it will be too late," he explains. "Infatuation trumps judgment." - International Herald Tribune (click below for full article)