59, Menlo Park, CAI look forward to meeting a nice woman that is catholic and believes in god.i would like to find someone to take weekend trips.carmel, wine country,Tahoe ..so.cal. Like Hawaii,Mexico ,Italy, Ireland ,want to get back to Europe .
39, Menlo Park, CA**Not dating for the time being** Faith is an integral part of my life, and I hope to find someone who feels the same way. I love the outdoors, enjoy hiking and camping, all sorts of music, travelling, and exploring new places and events.
50, Menlo Park, CAHi there, i'm an easy-going, active man who truly enjoys all type of outdoor and indoor activities. Staying active and eating healthy are important to me. I'm a dedicated man to family and friends. My extended family is huge and there's family parties almost every month. You must be able to party! I love my mexican culture and celebrate its many rich traditions and customs. I love attending cultural events and concerts. Mariachi and Latin jazz are by far my favorite music. I love traveling and have visited several beautiful countries. Cuba is next on my list. There's so much to share, but in short, if your looking for a simple/loving, faithful/spiritual guy, with a love for Church/God and community, then I'm your man : )
35, Menlo Park, CAMy catholic faith means everything to me. I work full time as a barista and I'm studying programmingand coding on my own, I would like to some day be able to write my own pc programs.I enjoy reading quite a lot. When I think of the things I look forward the most is having a catholic family that treasures their faith and live according to it. I've been trying to go to mass everyday.... so faith is and I want it to be my compass in life. I love the rosary, also my favorite tittle of the blessed virgin Mary is our lady of mount Carmel.
37, Menlo Park, CAI am passionate about many things. I really enjoy playing the guitar, surfing, running and spending time with my friends. Family is very important to me too and even though I live far aware from my own family, I look forward to having my own someday.
83, Menlo Park, CAI enjoy music, sports, finance, politics, good food, and exercise. I've been the most influenced by my immigrant parents who overcame limited education and no knowledge of English to provide a good wholesome lifestyle. I enjoy gardening, listening to music, watching sports, working out, and dining with family and friends. Also enjoy travel to London and Rome where my two married daughters live.
46, Menlo Park, CAI would say passionate about design and art. Also about living my faith. The most influential person I would have to say is my mom. Her strength and moral standards have influenced me greatly. In my leisure time I enjoy exercise, reading, going out dancing when possible.
32, Menlo Park, CAI'm not an actor...I'm not a star and I am just a Vietnamese guy raising up in the Roman Catholic family. I trust in true love and long distance relationship. Aren't you something to admire? Because your shine is something like a mirror and I can't help but notice you reflect in this heart of mine. If you ever feel alone and the glare makes me hard to find just know that I'm always parallel on the other side. The vacancy that sat in my heart is a space that you will hold my dream future (beautiful mind) Catholic lady. Show me how to fight for now and I'll tell you my dear how to connect with you...it's clear as this promise that we're making two reflections into one. Love is the most powerful magical force in the universe and there is nowhere it displays its beauty and wonder more than in the intimate relationships between two people. Some loves between two people endure a lifetime. Others are destined to only last for a while;then, the two lovers are separated,either by choice or by fate. But one thing is true: No matter what the outcome of a relationship, when love enters our lives, it never leaves without transforming us at the very depth of our being. Intimate relationships are also powerful teachers. They teach us to be compassionate, caring and forgiving. They teach us when to hold on more tightly and when to let go. They give us the opportunity to develop great virtues such as courage, patience, loyalty and trust. Our future relationship will show us all the ways we need to grow as a person. In this way, love will never enter our lives without changing us for the better. There are moments when love can be experienced as quite ordinary, expresses in a simple smile of acceptance from our beloved. And in other moments, love seems utterly sublime, inviting you into new worlds of passion and oneness you've never known before. I create this profile to look out for you. May it open your heart, uplift your mind, inspire your spirit, and be a sweet companion on your own heart's journey. And may your life always be blessed with love PEACE WITH YOU ALL
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64, Menlo Park, CASensitive, warm, insightful, loyal person. I am a perpetual student....a sensitive fan of "ideas". I could have gone college forever. I am fascinated by, and totally appreciate, those great thinkers throughout history have accomplished great things in science and the arts. Not surprising in college I actually majored in Biology...and minored in Film & Cinema. As a college senior I earned an "A" in Fiction Writing (taken only as an elective) from "The Toughest-Teacher-to-Get an 'A' From" on campus...which enraged the Lit majors that a mere Biology major was so honored. However, because of my chatty nature, attention to detail, and honest face... I've been very successful in sales and marketing. I must confess that in a mid-life crisis, I almost went back to Film School at USC. Aptitude tests that I have taken early in my adulthood call me a frustrated architect or an advertising executive. But things do have a way of working out. In the past 30 years I have channeled my left-hander's creativity into being the "de-facto birthday cake decorator" for my family, superbly (ask their teachers) decorating my children's classrooms, building working model volcanoes and California Missions for school projects and (on rainy days) painting and firing ceramics. I also enjoy using my creative eye in helping my clients re-purpose and reposition vintage real estate in need of a "makeover". My work style is that of a storyteller. My younger colleagues know me as a teacher and someone they can approach as a mentor. It is hard for me to tell a short story. While completing my graduate degree in Business, I worked concurrently as a graduate teaching assistant at USC's Marshall School of Business and as a graduate resident advisor in a frat house on USC's infamous Fraternity Row (not only was each job very rewarding....but they enabled me to pay my way thru grad school!). I also managed to play some rugby in college, post undergrad and in grad school. Great sport! I am looking forward to rediscovering my hidden artist, and exploring new and inspiring territories and activities (hiking the Camino de Santiago is top of the list) in the coming years in all facets of my life. These activities will be carefully sandwiched around the magnificence of college football (my only vice) which continues to distract me during each coming Fall Season as it has when I played it.
62, Menlo Park, CAIn the end what facinates me more than anything is philosophy. I have put a lot of time and money into my training as a philosopher so that I could teach in a Catholic university with the freedom that the Church gives us. I was a priest in the Episcopal Church (Anglican) for 15 years serving three parishes in California, my home state. And I found that although the Episcopal Church prides itself on its freedom actually its leftist hierarchy tyrronizes the conservatives creating a church anything but free. I could not think philosophically free as an episcopalian. One day, after 2 years of struggle, Our Blessed Mother very personally and strongly drew me into the Catholic Church. I had the sense that she was ordering me into the Catholic Church! I heard her say to me, "Get into the Church" as if my entrance into the Mother Church was a matter of great urgency. I would have to relinquish my priesthood in the Episcopal Church if I entered the Catholic Church. I would no longer have a job to support my children. A precarious position. But God made it clear that, for me, it was better to be a Catholic layman than an Episcopal priest. So I went back to school and earned a doctorate and now I'm a professor in a catholic seminary. I have a little Down syndrome son who of all the people in the world is my greatest joy. His name is Christian and he is well known at the seminary. He likes playing the guitar with his brothers reading good books and eating cheeseburgers. He keeps my feet on the ground and models an unconditional love for everybody he meets. A model which I should follow. We spend a lot of time together. But there remains ample room for one more: a catholic woman who would be loved deeply by both of us. and who I plan to cherish. My Catholic faith is vey important to me. It guides every intention of my heart as well as the ideas of my mind. "The heart has reasons that the reason knows not of." (Pascal) I will stay in the Bay Area where my family has lived for six generations and where I have been a professor for 20 years. I will continue to teach and write at the seminary. And I would like to meet someone who could journey with me in this kind of life. And not just journey together on a dusty path of routine and boredom, but to love each other wildly and to express that love demonstrably, and to "be there" for each other when we face challenges. In other words, I need a God-sent, genuine woman.
24, Menlo Park, CAhi I'm mark, a very true and loving person, I'm a friendly to anyone, hope to meet a new friends here and start a new conversation and being inspired from them.
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