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  • Kevin, 29 from Cork, IE
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    29, Cork, IE
    I am a person who takes life as it comes. I don't think there is any point worying about any situation because more than lightly you can't change it. I also believe that god provides a way in each path and all we have to do is trust in him to guide us on the right path.
  • Will, 42 from Dublin, IE
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    42, Dublin, IE
    Imaginative, intelligent, well-educated, kind and very loyal to friends and family, I try to live a balanced life and have many interests ranging from sports to things of the spirit; bit of a book worm and read anything in sight, but athletic also and keep fit. I'd love to meet someone energetic and outgoing to explore the wonders of creation.
  • Kevin, 40 from Sligo, IE
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    40, Sligo, IE
    I'm a Down to earth friendly guy I am a practicing catholic I would like to meet a similar lady for a relationship if you think we have something in common I would love to hear from you my faith is very important to me I attend a weekly prayer meeting which I enjoy and I frequently visit Knock and have been to Fatima Banneux Rome San Giovanni and medjugorje I have other interests outside religion too and I have travelled to Asia America and all over Europe.i like a good night out can't beat a good lively band in a pub belting out rebel songs and a sneaky trip to Supermacs afterwards. I also like going to GAA and rugby matches and love going to concerts and having the craic
  • DP, 45 from Cork, IE
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    45, Cork, IE
    I love to study apologetic's, politics, good music, and read inspiring stories - especially stories of the saints. I love to pray the Rosary every day and speak to others about the One True Faith.
  • Liam, 43 from Galway, IE
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    43, Galway, IE
    This part of a profile is a bit of a drag for me because I feel as if I'm writing a CV (resume) and I'm saying I'm good at time management and I keep a tidy desk (not really on both btw). I do like to think that I'm a person who's hard to shock and easy to surprise.
  • Cora, 45 from Dublin, IE
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    45, Dublin, IE
    I am happiest in the heart of nature. The arts are a big part of my life and I would dearly like to find someone with similar tastes. My son is the most important person in my life and as long as he is happy and healthy, I ask for very little more :)
  • Michael, 18 from Galway, IE
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    18, Galway, IE
    I'm passionate about a great lot of things, the Faith is the most important I believe. There is a great interest in politics and history, I'm not at all afraid to say; I would identify as a conservative in all manners. My immediate family inspire me to live the Roman Catholic lifestyle, one that I'm trying to cultivate, albeit maybe a bit more austere than they probably intended! I'm inspired by all the Saints, although my favourite among them is a Saint in the Eastern Rite but not celebrated liturgically in the Roman Rite; that man, is Emperor Constantine the Great. But above all, the one Man who inspires me, is the Jesus Christ. With Him and through the ministry of the Church whom he founded on the Apostle Peter, I hope to live a life worthy of the Holy Roman Church and God. ;) In terms of leisure time, I typically spend it reading or going outside if the weather is good. Books about history are of particular, although if there is a good book about Catholic theology, I will give that a read!
  • Helen, 26 from Dublin, IE
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    26, Dublin, IE
    Hi there! To start, I love my job as a retail analyst and spend my free weekends going back home to see my family and friends. Raised as a traditional Catholic, my faith is a big part of my life that most people in "Catholic Ireland" nowadays don't understand nor care for. I'm hoping to find someone on the same wavelength as me, who I can have a good time with making memories, and strive towards Heaven together.
  • Riobhca, 25 from Dublin, IE
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    25, Dublin, IE
    I am a traditional Catholic who is very faithful, when it comes to the teachings of the Church. I believe very strongly in traditional marriage and the roles and responsibilities that come with that. I also believe this modern idea of "dating" (especially among Catholics) is really quite dangerous and has more chances for falling into sin then rising up to virtue. The Church is very clear when it comes to Courtship (yes courtship) engagement and marriage and I intend to follow just that. There is great liberation and peace in living out my faith. It has taken me to many places in the world and please God it will take me to many more! Any study or work I ever do is for the greater glory of Jesus and the promotion of his teachings. Living in a Country that has been flooded with much evil in recent years makes the battle that much harder, however, it will make the victory all that much sweeter! I think any serious Catholic should have a strong devotion to the Holy Family, after all who better to imitate than the Blessed Virgin herself, the wonderful St. Joseph and the one and only Jesus Christ?! I love everything traditional especially the Latin liturgy, there is just no comparison! I also love a good intellectual discussion and learning Sacred Scripture, languages (Although I am not very good) Gregorian chant and so on. I believe a love for those things are very important in helping us in our faith and without them we can be doing more harm than good. We all have our Cross to carry, but that should never mean losing our joy. If we can not be cheerful about the fact God has blessed us with an opportunity to get closer to him, then there are not many other things we can be cheerful for. After all, we can only get to the Resurrection through the Crucifixion. If you have a more liberal view on these things, then I can safely say you and I are not suited. Viva Cristo Rey!
  • Nicholas F, 58 from Wexford, IE
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    58, Wexford, IE
    Hello, my daughter would be my number one , that she is safe and sound , saying that I want her to live her own life too . My faith is very special to me and let's face it ,without it we would have nothing . The Mercy Nuns who thought me in school and I thank them for giving the treasure of The ONE True Faith , my parents and family and friends also my time spent in The Legion of Mary . I enjoy woodwork , photography , gardening , cinema , walking , theatre , D I Y , travel ,
  • Bronagh, 38 from Cork, IE
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    38, Cork, IE
    I am passionate about knowledge (specically philosophical/theological) and living life in accordance with a moral system which provides meaning & guidance. I have only recently returned to the Church for this very reason. I love researching history (how society came to be the way it is) & would really value intelligent discussion on a date. I am also artistic (videographer) & like concerts, plays, exhibitions etc. I'm told that I'm cheerful, witty, and kind hearted, but do know I tend to also come across as aloof at times (result of not wanting to encourage superficial relations). Looking forward to seeing the profiles of others who I feel at least share the same beliefs/world view as myself. Here goes!
  • Aifric, 20 from Dublin, IE
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    20, Dublin, IE
    I'm not 100 percent sure what I'm looking for here, just to be clear. I'm currently studying Law in order to help further the pro life movement in whatever way possible. I am definitely a dog person. I read constantly, and usually have about five books on the go at once. I listen to music whenever I'm not reading or working - my favourite pieces range from typical pop Top 100 stuff, to classics like Johnny Cash and the Beatles, to Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and Shostakovich. I travel as much as I can and have been around most of France and Italy, plenty of Belgium, Poland, Germany and Austria, but my future goals are further afield, Israel, India, Egypt and South Africa.

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