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22-Aug-2017 20:36

You may see the “honor roll” (updated today) of DDBs here!

Their selfless generosity provides essential financial support to vital diocesan ministries: seminarian scholarships, newly established mission parishes, and support to struggling older parishes. Elizabeth’s Convent in Minsk, Belarus are selling holiday gifts and icons at their booth set up on Columbus Circle in Manhattan. • The Parish Council is meeting today after Divine Liturgy.

“Meanwhile, all my single guy friends love their freedom and tell me to keep dating, too.” Like Garofola, he finds the city’s surplus of datable women to be a con — not a pro — when it comes to finding a potential mate.

“There’s temptation everywhere,” says Borich, who finds most of his dates through Bumble, Happn and Plenty Of Fish.

[The women] always ask me what I do for a living, if I wanna get married and leave the city, and it’s so exhausting.” But while some dudes lament their confirmed player status, Notas says there’s actually value in being a womanizer.

“A lot of marital troubles and divorce stem from people settling in relationships that aren’t compatible for them,” says Notas.

The parish held their Ethnic Food Sale for the Christmas season on 2 December.

“Our parishioners worked very hard and God has blessed us for our labors,” said Father Vasil Dubee (parish rector).

“I don’t know too many men who consistently want to play the field forever,” says Notas, noting that men who do this for more than a couple of years may have deeper psychological issues. “I’ve always considered myself a relationship guy, and I do want to have a family and kids, and it’s sort of frustrating,” he says.

The Distinguished Diocesan Benefactors (DDB) initiative for this year will come to an end very soon.

To date, there are 206 persons enrolled as DDBs and 43 parishes/organizations participating.

Ever since Michael Garofola, 36, moved to New York in October, his calendar has been packed with different women penciled in for dinner or drinks.

As a former “Bachelorette” contestant, Garofola knows he has no problem scoring with women — he goes on up to five first dates a week, which he says usually include a drink or two and nothing beyond a goodnight smooch on the cheek.

Garofola isn’t the only guy who is fed up with playing the field.