Dating For Young Catholics offers much practical advice to today's teen agers. Monsignor Kelly, the Director of the Family Life Bureau of the Archdiocese of New York, sees dating as a ""remote preparation for marriage"". Consequently, too early dating can only lead to too early marriage with all its resultant problems. Couples, he thinks, should be out in a group with the evening's entertainment planned well in advance. He offers dozens of suggestions for having fun with a crowd. This book touches on all teen age problems -- necking, petting, drinking, driving, smoking, and going steady. It will prove helpful to parents, teachers, priests and counselors -- but especially to the young Catholics for whom it's primarily intended.