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  • Mary, 56 from Evanston, IL
    56, Evanston, IL
    I am an educator, have never been married, but am seeking a serious, committed relationship. I love art museums and galleries, the theater, movies, books, and travel. I am adventurous and enjoy trying new things, and am particularly interested in learning more about nature. I love to cook - and even more to try new restaurants - am close with my family, though they all live in other parts of the country. I am very interested in politics; I'm a steadfast Democrat and proud to be a "card carrying member" of the ACLU.
  • Kerry, 49 from Chicago, IL
    49, Chicago, IL
    Hi! I'm a passionate, outgoing, adventurous, cup always full kind of girl looking to share my life with someone special in all his unique ways. I love spending time with friends and soon-to-be-friends over a good meal. I also love creating new memories with those I care about by doing something active whether that be walking the lakefront, hiking, playing a board game, going to the theater, or visiting a museum. When I'm not working or relaxing at home with my 2 cats, I'm either out doing volunteer work, sailing, at the movies, walking around town, or doing my photography.
  • Kelly, 29 from Chicago, IL
    29, Chicago, IL
    I am passionate about my family, my faith, art, literature, and science! I look forward very much to having a family of my own some day and having a career where I can help others. My grandmother is the inspiration for my faith and for my strength of will. She taught me to always be kind to everyone, although I am more fallible than she is in this matter. In my leisure time I cook, garden, paint, read, write, sew, run, spend time with my friends, and study. I look forward to speaking with you!
  • Tracy, 33 from Palos Hills, IL
    33, Palos Hills, IL
    I'm passionate about making sure that I live a life that God would be proud of. I care deeply about speaking out for those that cannot speak for themselves and try to do this at my job as much as possible. My family has had a great impact on my life. My values and my view of the world came from both the struggles and the opportunities I experienced growing up. In my free time, I enjoy learning (reading the Bible, researching health policy, attending salsa dance instructions, traveling as much as I can, or having late night philosophical debates with friends) . On a lighter note...I love to laugh...going to a live comedy show is always fun...participating in activities that really should only be for Kids-I recently heard there is a place where adults can jump on trampolines for hours (very excited) ..or trying out places like Space Golf are all nights that I would absolutely love.
  • Jackie, 70 from Chicago, IL
    70, Chicago, IL
    I'm retired and stay busy with family and friends. My time was consumed with my grandson, but he's getting older now (12) and more into his video games. This leaves me more free time for me! I love to cook. I do that for myself, but would love to have someone to cook with and for. I do like to go out and eat as well, but again, it's good to do it with someone. I also paint, not art, but walls. I love decorating, though only in my own style. This year I went on my first European vacation. Actually it was a pilgrimage to Barcelona, Lourdes, Burgos and Fatima. Hoping to get to Italy/Rome very soon. I travel to Texas regularly to visit friends. Up until 2 1/2 years ago, I lived there for 17 years. After my spouse of 40 years passed away, I decided to move back to Chicago and the old neighborhood near family and friends. I tell everyone it was because I missed the cold and sub-zero days! I also try to travel to Mexico as often as possible, as I did a lot of that in my past life. I love the people, culture and of course the food. Retired in 2009 after 30+ years with the federal government. If we meet, I can fill you in on those details. Don't worry, it wasn't top secret, so you'll be fine with what info I share. I do like to joke a bit and love to laugh. It's what keeps me grounded and happy most of the time. I'm a baby-boomer soon to add another decade, if I haven't already when you read this. Relatively healthy, though the bones creak a bit more than in the past, but a few Alleve take care of that. God lead me to the site, so let's see what He might have in store for me and you. Good luck to you, and me too.
  • Katie, 45 from Chicago, IL
    45, Chicago, IL
    Single in the city. "Nice" Irish Catholic girl from Chicago. And yes, I'm a Cubs fan. Well-educated and well-traveled. I've been fairly dedicated to my career but have changed things up recently for more balance including dating. 5'2 and curvy. Never married and no kids but welcome children.
  • Andrea, 31 from Park Ridge, IL
    31, Park Ridge, IL
    Hi, I'm a preschool teacher and an aspiring fiction writer. I love books (I read a lot of fiction) and music. Family and friends are really important to me.
  • Daniel, 55 from Chicago, IL
    55, Chicago, IL
    My name is Dan and I'm a recent convert to Catholicism. I was received into the faith at the Easter Vigil of 2011 and I will say that my life has done a 180 degree turn around; from being moribund to feeling joy and knowing that a loving God wants what is best for us.
  • Dave, 28 from Evanston, IL
    28, Evanston, IL
    Hi, I'm Dave. I'm getting my Masters in Higher Education right now at Loyola University Chicago. I'm also working as a Graduate Assistant for the Alternative Break Immersion program. Basically, I plan 25 different service immersion experiences for undergraduate students every year and hopefully help them to spend more time with the marginalized in society. In my free time I really enjoy running by the lake, playing ultimate frisbee, watching a little too much Netflix, and exploring the city I'm in. I do really enjoy sports of all kind both watching and playing. I also like to think that I'm funny, even though this bio may not seem like it. Oh well.
  • Derek, 24 from Chicago, IL
    24, Chicago, IL
    I love making websites and other platforms because I believe the Internet has the power to improve the world. I love music and film, politics philosophy and social justice. I have depression and anxiety.
  • Danny, 27 from Melrose Park, IL
    27, Melrose Park, IL
    13:4-7 Some of the effects of charity are stated, that we may know whether we have this grace; and that if we have not, we may not rest till we have it. This love is a clear proof of regeneration, and is a touchstone of our professed faith in Christ. In this beautiful description of the nature and effects of love, it is meant to show the Corinthians that their conduct had, in many respects, been a contrast to it. Charity is an utter enemy to selfishness; it does not desire or seek its own praise, or honour, or profit, or pleasure. Not that charity destroys all regard to ourselves, or that the charitable man should neglect himself and all his interests. But charity never seeks its own to the hurt of others, or to neglect others. It ever prefers the welfare of others to its private advantage. How good-natured and amiable is Christian charity! How excellent would Christianity appear to the world, if those who profess it were more under this Divine principle, and paid due regard to the command on which its blessed Author laid the chief stress! Let us ask whether this Divine love dwells in our hearts. Has this principle guided us into becoming behaviour to all men? Are we willing to lay aside selfish objects and aims? Here is a call to watchfulness, diligence, and prayer.
  • Christian, 21 from Chicago, IL
    21, Chicago, IL
    I attend mass Sunday's occasionally, events days before mass comes. I like when I can have a person that almost reads your jokes. I want to be able to own my own way.