69, Burnaby, CA
52, Surrey, CAOne should not only believe the truth but one should live it - actions speak louder than words. I try to walk the talk and not just talk the walk. I consider myself as one who strives to be calm, respectful and upright with others. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. I have taken a few detours in my life but by the grace of God I have kept the true faith. The Mass and devotion to Our Lady, especially our Lady of Fatima, are my anchors. I desire to do God's will and try to keep health of soul and body. Therefore a correct balance in all things.
41, Vancouver, CAI'm an artist who comes from a big family and I hope to have one of my own. I enjoy games movies walks and simple things when I'm not trying to make something beautiful. Time spent in good company is time well spent. I'm easy going and a thinker, I like to ponder the universe. My faith keeps me steady through trials and my mind helps me navigate God's will. To me truth is the basis of friendship, I'm fond of St. Thomas Aquinas and the little flower. I think my secondary temperment is sanguine but the test has a different idea.
33, Vancouver, CAI never go where I want to go. God takes me where I needed to go. My life is never separated from God. I am certainly passionate about my faith. However, I never impose my faith to others before. I enjoy meeting new people. I enjoy reading, movies, TV shows, comics, hiking, going on trips....you know what....get to know me first.
39, Surrey, CAI am an easy going person who doesnt take life too seriously. I believe in the work/life balance and dont want my work to define the person that I am. I love experiencing new things and will try almost anything once.Traveling is my passion.
28, Burnaby, CAI didn't really know Jesus until I was 14, and in one night, everything changed. The road taken since then has wound through many warrens, but the closeness and certainty of His love has never departed. I guess it's wandering into a certain pious cliche to say this, but I can't help it - I am most passionate for souls to come into His hands. My desire is to make the hearts of my friends, family, colleagues, and strangers burn with the ardor of Emmaus. I'm not especially good at causing this in person, which is reassuring in the sense that any progress as such will be the work of the Holy Ghost more than anything else. It's for this reason that I believe I've been called to work in cinema for the foreseeable future, to distill my own experiences, and emotions into films that touch the hearts of viewers and tell them the good news we've forgotten in the modern age: it is *good* that you exist. My favourite filmmaker was a grumpy, occasionally practicing Orthodox Christian who suffered the abuses of his superiors in the Soviet Union, who made a mere seven films before he died - prematurely from cancer - and who was notoriously fussy about every detail. He once shared a letter he received from a woman who watched his most densely-packed film, The Mirror, in which she told him that watching his film made her feel that "for the first time in my life, I was not alone." The reason this letter could be written is because this filmmaker poured every drop of himself into his art; his was a true offering of self that in turn nourished the hearts of countless thousands. My favourite thinker is a priest who didn't want to be pope, who humbly gave up this office in light of his frailties, and who penned the unforgettable words that will sustain Catholics for the rest of this century when he wrote "the true apology of Christian faith, the most convincing demonstration of its truth against every denial, are the saints, and the beauty that the faith has generated." He could write this because of his closeness to the Eucharist, to true beauty, to the fullness of God's love given us in the tradition and the liturgy. Beauty and holiness: this is the axis of my life. I see life and all of its ways as an art: marriage, family, work, evangelizing, suffering. I wish to do all that God places in front of me with care, joy, and devotion, no matter how mundane. The most important thing is perpetual conversion and sharing the fruits of that relationship with others.
44, Coquitlam, CASimple, nature loving man. Dedicated to family values and tradition. Well travelled and always ready for exciting trips. Am not a man who goes with the flow, rather who walks in solitude following God's way.
64, Harrison Mills, CAI am passionate about my faith, and look forward to meeting new people, and spending quiet times on my balcony with my cats. My father was a big influence in my life. Also my grandparents really shaped me. In my leisure time I like to spend reading, listening to music and relaxing. I would like to learn to play the guitar. I live close to the water, and enjoy the mountains and water as much as possible.
24, Vancouver, CAI am passionate about being the best version of myself. Although christened and held my holy communion at a young age (thanks to my parents) as I've grown up I guess you'd have to say I've turned my back on God and been mislead by society. However I've now realised the error in my ways and will now turn to God once more.
38, Abbotsford, CA
62, Chilliwack, CAI failed My job was to make this a better world. I lost everything I had I made the worst enemies you could imagine. My money is gone. My health has evaporated I am shadow of what I once was. I need so much to talk to someone Just talk. I know this is a date line and what I offer is not date material but for my sake spend a few minutes just soothe my wounds.
44, Vancouver, CAI am passionate about work, friends and family. I have lived and travels overseas extensively (lived in Japan, California, and France). I really cherish all the people that I have met over these various experiences. In my free time I really enjoy reading about history and architecture. I also enjoy various winter sports and cooking.
Catholic Dating By Major City:
- North Vancouver,
- New Westminster,
- Prince George,
- West Vancouver,
- Port Coquitlam,
- Maple Ridge,
Catholic Dating By Diocese:
- Diocese of Kamloops,
- Diocese of Nelson,
- Diocese of Prince George,
- Archdiocese of Vancouver,
- Diocese of Victoria