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I am seeking a woman with a strong faith as well as someone who is compatible with me on an intellectual level, and with whom I share that elusive bond of "chemistry". I like to "walk and talk", go bike riding, go to movies, and hold wide-ranging conversations that can challenge me and teach me something useful. I am into a quieter, more mature style of relationship where we find companionship together with the thought of one day getting married and having children together. I am independent enough to go it alone until I find the right woman, since dragging out a relationship that is not going anywhere long-term does neither person any favors.
Hello ,and thanks for visiting my short profile. I am currently able to maintain two lives- one in Naples ,Fl.and one in Chicago area. I enjoy golf a lot and visit the gym routinely. I would love to share quality time and fun , with long term goals in mind, with a lady who will become my best friend and confidant. I am retired, but love to walk the beach, have a glass of wine,enjoy unlimited conversation,and am thankful for this great time of life. Still act like I'm 30 half the time, but I guess one has to act young to stay young. I suppose that's enough rambling.... Thanks
~*~Taking a break for a while--it's been great meeting friends here, and best of luck to you all in your search!~*~
I sing with my steering wheel, dance with the vacuum, and talk to my bird, but much prefer to do that with people!
Right now, I am working with kids of all ages and their adults and striving to make a difference for them, while growing and improving myself until God clues me in to what He wants me to "do with my life". If this IS what He intends, then so be it...I really am passionate about my job and those I serve. Something "more" would be wonderful, but it really is all up to Him. I just try to do as St. Theresa says and "Work as though everything depends on you, pray as though everything depends on God". She didn't mention playing, but that is fun, too--anything and everything from board games and trivia nights to flying, traveling, traipsing about a forest preserve, going to lectures and conventions...I love a good adventure, and I also love hanging out with friends or even--gasp!--sitting alone with a cup that is steamy and a book that...isn't. I love to fill my time and experience as many new things as possible.
The words that best describe me - kind, funny, outgoing and loyal. I enjoy spending time with friends and family, visiting/trying new places, biking, movies, festivals, going to baseball/football games, etc. I love to entertain and am a pretty good cook.
My background is a little different. I grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin north of Milwaukee. I am a graduate of Marquette University with a B.S. in Business and an Accounting major. I am a retired C.P.A. and really enjoy that kind of work. I lead an active life style. I stay fit by gardening and doing my own yardwork. I have solid family values but also like to be playful and have a good sense of humor. I have 5 children who are all happily married and 14 grandchildren. I like to travel and have been to Alaska, Poland, Hungary, the Cech Republic, Chile and Germany. German is my second language. I have worked extensively in Europe in the financial area. I like to hunt and fish. I have gardened for many years and raise vegetables, peaches, pears, aspargus and black and red raspberries.
My ideal spouse would be a practicing Catholic who attends mass on a weekly basis. She does not have to have the same opinions regarding contraception and sex. I would hope that she is a reasonably good cook since I am not. She should like to travel but also feel comfortable just enjoying a glass of wine by the fire. If she likes to garden, that is a plus. Since I am a gardener, I would hope that she would enjoy using the products of my garden. I am planning to down size my house and yard so that I can engage in other activities. I expect that my gardening activities will be reduced when this occurs. I like to engage in outdoor activities including fishing and hunting. If she likes outdoor activities, that is also a plus. Last but not least, I would hope that she is particular about her appearance and looks.
i enjoy sports, music, trading stock options, fishing, biking, swimming, meeting with friends for evening fun and family activities, grandchildren activities,going on weekend trips and sporting events. I do enjoy going to ascension taiez activites once a month, parents and friends have greatly impacted me as to who i am today,
i like to spend my leisure time with friends (traveling with friends is special,
Ladies and Gentleman we introduce to you a man who spends all of his time trying to look cool, and pretend to be responsible because he is in such need of being validated through the eyes of others. Often this leads to talking about himself in the 3rd person as he overcompensates for feeling so small.
He is 2016 selfie Champion. His secret to the title you ask? 1. Using his potato phone to take the fuzziest photos in order to hide his physical flaws. 2. Being supremely vain. 3. Possessing the weakest, big ego of the year which is the fuel for 1 and 2, so he is efficient. These are also championship titles he wishes to add to his trophy case in 2017.
He does as little as possible with his life because of his 3 great fears: 1. Failure 2. Success 3. Not looking cool.
He's very accomplished at: 1. Making a mess of his room 2. Making a mess of his kitchen 3. Making poor decisions (However, one consistently good decision he makes is cleaning up before having company, so he is consistent in his desire to keep up superficial appearances.)
On a typical weeknight you may find him curled up in the corner crying in fetal position wondering where it all went wrong and reliving all the moments everyone else did this to him.
His favorite thing to do is check his CM, so write him.
I am looking for good partner and i will prefer to say more in personal rather than to mention here. My leisure time activities reading surfing new things and making calls to friends and relatives and most important to spend time with my daughter.
Charismatic, family oriented, enjoy seeing friends and family,and walking dog. Enjoy fishing with friends each year. Going to movies and playing games with friends. Close friends make me realize what is really important in life. And keep me grounded.
It is sometimes hard to make a connection, and to start it may be hard to know what to say. I am asking a question that might open a conversation. Can you recommend a book I should read and let me know why. I am currently reading at the suggestion of a kind man on this site, When The Trees Say Nothing - Writing on Nature by Thomas Merton. I have recently enjoyed Quiet - the Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain. Since I have not yet finished the Merton book, I really can't tell you why I would encourage you to read it, but I can tell you why I recommend Quiet. I am at heart an introvert who has learned how to adapt in an extroverted world. The book describes me well and it helped me to understand relationships with extroverts and where the challenge is. If you are still reading, here are some things about me, I enjoy music, especially the blues, travel, being with my family when i can since they live on the east coast. I enjoy good conversations that discuss real issues. I can go to big parties, but not often and will be quiet till i feel comfortable, and posting on a dating site puts me way out of my comfort zone. I am logical and realistic and know I most likely pass by many single people every day and posting here may provide the opportunity to connect to someone.
I work full time as an accounting manager and have been in accounting my whole career. I have one married daughter living in London who shared with me the first week of January I will be a grandmother in July (road trip to London!) and a son in NYC. I was married for 6 1/2 years and am currently widowed for 2 1/2 years, but to be transparent I was married in my early twenties and was divorced after 21 years of marriage. I am capable of managing things (I can take care of issues with my house or car no problem) but miss having someone special to connect to. My faith is central and I often participate in retreats and studies to grow my faith, currently I am attending the Bishop Barron series Pivotal Players. I love to laugh and anyone who I spend time with needs a good sense of humor and a positive attitude.