56, San Mateo, CATwo years + now in the Bay Area from NYC. I try to bear witness to The Faith, by examining life and trying to live by good example. I serve the best I can; my God, family, neighbors, country, and parts of the world. " otherwise... "...turn what others deem danger to delight..." Byron's 'Le Corsaire'. Hello, My name is Michael. I am a New Yorker; Safety, Health & Environment construction supervisor/ Emergency Medical Technician- EMT. Athlete [skeleton, a winter Olympic sliding sport; and sports masseur]; support through int'l NGO involvement: US Military; UN sports programs; scientific environmentalism [board director in the Athens Environmental Foundation 2004 organization [AEF2004]]; Artistic Photographer/ Press [travel and Olympic sports: polo, equestrian] Practicing dancing at Friday Night Waltzing Palo Alto and Irish Set Tuesday and Thursday. Thank you. God Bless America.
24, San Francisco, CAWell, I'm just an ordinary guy. Looking for a fun girl who shares the greatest gift anyone could have, the Catholic Faith. This is all an adventure. I am a high school teacher.
36, San Francisco, CAI'm not ready to marry again, one day I may be but only if God wills it and the Church sanctions it. I'm just praying and talking to God again now that the storm has passed. I've travelled all over and lived in different places but I hope to settle down. I am married in the eyes of God - so I have no business communicating with a woman who is not my wife. I am just here to read and hope for a future, anything more is dishonest and that's not my style. God bless you.
31, San Francisco, CAI'm passionate about living my faith to the fullest in unconventional ways -- the faith influences everything I do because it's who I am. I am immersed in the world; I love music, business, architecture, nature and snowboarding. I am interested in worker-owned-cooperatives, vernacular architecture, beautiful liturgy. My biggest influences are Pope Leo XIII, Mother Teresa, Dorothy Day, Pope Saint Pius X. In my leisure time, I enjoy the beach.
35, San Francisco, CAI live in Ventura, Ca. I'm an introvert. I am interested in films, music, sports, food, books, travel, art. In my free time I like to be at leisure, whether that is going to the beach, playing softball, watching a movie, reading or writing. I like a mix of activities and relaxation. I love all the arts. I try to travel a lot because it's fun.
28, San Francisco, CAMy name is Bryan and I am a Traditional Catholic. I live and work in San Francisco in Commercial Real Estate. I'm here because I can't seem to find any like minded people here in the city. I'm hoping to find someone who takes their religion and sense of salvation seriously. As for my personality, I'm generally a very positive and upbeat guy. I enjoy art museums like the Legion of Honor, (it's right by my apartment so I go there on occasion). I'd like to find someone to get to know and to spend time with. It's who you're with, not what you're doing, that counts for me.
37, San Francisco, CAI've lived a good life so far, and I only plan for it to improve! With that in mind, I'd love to meet someone with whom to share love, life, and eventually family. *NOTE: For some reason I can't figure out how to change my location. I'm no longer in San Francisco, now in Los Angeles*
22, San Francisco, CAThe different varieties of Chinese are known as Fang Yan (fangyan), which is translated as 'regional languages', 'toplects', 'dialects' or 'varieties'. The English term dialect normally refers to mutually intelligible varieties of a single language, though the distinction between dialects and languages is often for sociological and political reasons rather than linguistic ones. Chinese people generally refer to Chinese as a single language with a number of different dialects or varieties. However there is little mutual intelligiblity between the different varieties of Chinese and as a result some non-Chinese linguists refer to them as separate languages. A distinction is made in Chinese between spoken and written language. In China the written form of Chinese, which is perceived as being uniform throughout the country is referred to as Zhong Wen (zhongwen), while the terms Yu [Yu ] (yu) or Hua [Hua ] (hua) are used in the names of spoken varities of Chinese, e.g. Mandarin Chinese is known as Yi Yu [Han Yu ] (hanyu) = "Han language", or Pu Tong Hua [Pu Tong Hua ] (putonghua) = "common language" in China. elsewhere it is refered to as Guo Yu [Guo Yu ] (guoyu) = "national language" or Hua Yu [Hua Yu ] (huayu) = "Chinese language". The word Yi [Han ] (han) is used to refer to the Chinese people and comes from the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD).
36, Ferndale, CAMy name is Jaes. I go by Joe though. It's great being in nature and running through the rolling hills and wading through water for fly fishing. What a time to be alive.
37, San Francisco, CAI reside in Girdwood, Alaska. Circumstances currently detain me in the Bay Area. I graduated from West Point in 2001 and served as an infantry officer. My time in Afghanistan and Iraq blessed me with the gift of war-sickness (or PTSD as the doctors call it somewhat less fondly). I roll my skateboard around when in the urban jungle and enjoy the gamut of Alaskan pursuits back home. I am lucky to have a VA pension but intend to teach elementary school English in Girdwood as I get old + gray. In the winters I volunteer to teach snowsports lessons to disabled folk at Alyeska Ski Resort. In the coming summers I will be commercial fishing on my buddy Josh Randich's boat. Google his name and watch his Vimeo videos if you want to move beyond the propaganda and see The Great Land through our awed eyes. Also, his videos will give you a read on my known associates. Goodness gauldarned gracious, at least check out Deven Williams: https://vimeo.com/52439447. Deven is my Medic. Josh is our Captain, our Golden Child. And I am Ain't-There. Some daze later: Huh, it looks like these catholicmatchers believe in nonfreedom of speech which, you guess, is pretty much par fer the course in uhmerica since, well, round 1848. Yawp, they deleted all my activities which they found strange. So, injoy ghost-dancing on street corners. Not after the rite of Jackie Wilson the Paiute Messiah, of course, since that would get me 5150'd. Agin, John Prine, again. Nope, after the rite of the Heebrew Messiah, with and for ghosts and hopefully The Ghost. I love chatting with Alskans; a good craick if ye speak Scots. I love hugging those of us with mentall illnesses. I love sitting on curbs with the homeless homies and spitting tobacco smoke at screw-faced tourists. I love non-freestyle rapping with criminals + those who have been merely incarcerated. And much else: all these things I love. Caveat preemptor: if you moderate my profile agin without askin I will sue you into my hip pocketses. After, that is, I marry one of them rich Catholic girls. They aren't all that rare you know. Cuz the only lawyer I currently retain, Don Beto de los Kirchneros, only graduated the University of Alaska Anchorage with a degree in biology. Which, along with his dense Hebrew bones, his northoestern beard, his long hair + unidread, would make these Lowe 48 courtiers look askance at him. He is my most trusted counselor though; us po' folk ain't got the skrill fer spiritual directors.
49, Pittsburg, CAI am passionate about life and helping others to improve their lives. Life is my best teacher. My grandmother made a great impact in my life and taught me to always be a man and a gentleman. I enjoy spending time with my two (2) Rhodesian Ridgebacks and I enjoy being around cool and fun people.
41, Sunnyvale, CAProfile in construction.. Spanish-Portuguese Brazilian born and grown-up in So Paulo. Live in Sunnyvale. Work for a Tech Company in the Silicon Valley. Like practicing my faith in different activities, practice sports and travel when I'm not working.
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