God created each person with a vocation and a purpose.
But some people note that their local Trad chapel doesn't have any (or more than 2) singles that even qualify for marriage. There are no options locally, and so they wonder what God's plan for them is. Especially when they feel called to marriage!
But who's to say it isn't God's will to meet your spouse ONLINE? Because the Internet is evil or has cooties?
It's true that there is a lot of porn on the Internet (on a percentage basis), but it's also very easy to avoid. You can spend hours on the Net and not touch a single porn site. I would know!
Long story short, the Internet is a neutral communications medium, like the telephone, telegraph, or a written letter. All of those things can be used for good or evil.
Here's my point:
When God created you, he also chose a TIME for your existence to begin. For all the young people today, that was sometime in the late 20th or early 21st century. When the Internet existed. God took the Internet into His calculations, I assure you.
Something as big as the Internet, which affects the knowledge (intellect) and choices (Free will) of millions -- certainly God is factoring something so important into His plan.
So it's not "more Catholic" or even "more of a Catholic mind" to eschew the Internet when looking for a spouse. It's called "more old-fashioned".
But being old-fashioned has lots of consequences -- some good, some bad. It might result in being single for life. Just like choosing to despise car ownership might result in being unemployed for life!
I've encountered this many times in the past 2 decades -- the notion that Internet people come from a different "pool" than "real people".
As an Internet person, I resent that.
Anyhow, I understand the mindset. We read our "lives of the saints" and we want to imitate them. Really, we want to re-create those lives as much as possible. But this isn't 18th century France.
It sounds odd to think of a saint booting up his computer and opening his web browser. But I assure you that God is still making saints today (regardless of whether or not they'll be canonized), and most of them use computers to some degree! So we just have to get over that "mental hang-up" where using the Net seems inappropriate for holy people.