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The News' requests for comment from LDS church and from IRI were not returned.

Mormon Match decided to sue the church for its “clandestine” tactics.

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A group of faithful Mormons is trying to launch a dating website for LDS singles—but they’re facing backlash from their church.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is crying foul at Mormon Match’s decision to use the Salt Lake Temple and the word “Mormon” on their site, claiming the church has total ownership over those things.

At the request of her roommate, she decided to create a profile on a dating website.

She was specific in what she wanted: a temple-worthy member, tall, college educated. One in particular, Michael Joner, stands out to her. They are now celebrating their fifth anniversary of marriage.

Ashlee Norris, a master’s student at BYU, said she tried online dating because she couldn’t find what she was looking for in her various wards she’s been a part of while at BYU.

“The world has changed so much,” said Norris, who has been dating the man she met at since October.

According to a recent national study, about one in five relationships begins online.

More and more Latter-day Saint members have found success with online dating, through numerous sites including LDSSingles.com, and

“All should desire and seriously work to secure a marriage for eternity,” said Elder Dallin H. “Those who are single should desire a temple marriage and exert priority efforts to obtain it.” Jeff Anderson, a bishop of a Provo young single adult ward, said he hasn’t heard anything negative about online dating and thinks it is a good way to meet people.

“I don’t know anyone personally that’s done it, but it sounds like a good way to meet someone,” Anderson said.

"Instead of answering any of our messages, IRI secretly sent a letter to our website hosting company that nearly caused a catastrophe for the company," said Mormon Match’s lawyer Sid Rao.

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