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  • Mark, 42 from Ottawa, CA
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    42, Ottawa, CA
    I'm passionate about helping people, and spending quality time with friends and family, and doing all - for the greater glory of God! Being a traditional Catholic, I embrace all the teachings (7 out of 7) of the Church, and would like to meet a women who does the same.
  • Leonard, 39 from Moncton, CA
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    39, Moncton, CA
    Here I am - a single guy from Moncton. I'm caring, devoted and family oriented. And I'm also too shy to approach someone I've never met before, so I ended up here. Generally, I'm more of an indoor person. I enjoy reading, surfing the net, writing. I'm not into sports and I don't watch any, but I do enjoy cycling and long walks. I'm somewhat of a dreamer but I know what things should be taken seriously. I prefer to be honest with the people around me - even if my straightforwardness could sometimes be considered to be rude. Many say that the word "Don-Quixote" describes me to the point - well, I see no reason to argue with them. I believe in traditional family values. I've always wanted my children to have the family I couldn't have when I was a child - and I'm ready to do all it takes to make that happen.
  • Andrew, 48 from Acton, CA
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    48, Acton, CA
    I am a hard working man with a great sense of humor,I love children and our lord.Enjoy spending time in Florida just hanging out at the beach.I also downhill ski and enjoy the great outdoors.I have a ten year old daughter that lives with me part time.When I am not working I enjoy spending time at home or with family bbqing and hanging out by the pool.
  • Graham, 30 from Montreal, CA
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    30, Montreal, CA
    I'm a traditionalist. Hard working, calm, patient, adventurous, well-read. Hoping to lead a simple, creative, and grace-filled life outside of the city, with a wife to share in it.
  • Steve, 41 from Vancouver, CA
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    41, Vancouver, CA
    I'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.
  • Diego, 32 from Saskatoon, CA
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    32, Saskatoon, CA
    I was born in but I now live in Canada. I come from a big loving family (I'm the 6th of 7, but the only single one, I'm uncle to 17 nieces and nephews), so even do I'm away from them, family is very important for me. I'm a very religious guy, Catholic, and it's an important part of my life, most of my friends and things I do have to do with my faith. I love sports and I try to play them as much as I can, I'll do anything, from football and soccer, to tennis, golf, even paintball. I also like nature, spending time outside, going on hikes or bike rides. I love food and enjoy eating out, cause cooking for one, it's to much of a mess and it's not fun. But cooking for two its different! For the past couple of month I've been living in an acreage and I have to say I really enjoy it. The quietness, the beautiful nights, taking care of the animals. I am still close enough to the city, but living out in the country is just awesome.
  • Gordon, 27 from Vancouver, CA
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    27, Vancouver, CA
    I am a laid back social introvert, who loves the outdoors (hiking), good live theatre and movies, trying new beers and wines, playing boardgames and I have recently started to get into wood working. I am also a major nerd when it comes to Scifi and fantasy, but this nerdom crosses over into history, philosophy, theology and everything to do with the liturgy and church teaching. I'm not the best at small talk but would rather have deep and meaningful discussions.
  • Matt, 31 from Windsor, CA
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    31, Windsor, CA
    Hi, I'm Matt. I'm new to this website, and thought I would check it out. It seems to be very hard to find girls who are Catholic, and share the same values as I do. This seems like a good place to start looking. :)
  • Brian, 26 from Hamilton, CA
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    26, Hamilton, CA
  • Blaise, 46 from Eastern Passage, CA
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    46, Eastern Passage, CA
    I'm just a happy-go-lucky guy. I always try to view the glass as being "half full" and my philosophy in life is that you only get even with someone when they do something nice for you :-)
  • Samuel, 30 from Toronto, CA
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    30, Toronto, CA
    "Friendship is born at the moment when one person says to another: "What! You too? I thought that no one but myself..." As for me, I'm currently finishing up my doctorate in the Great White North, which I very much enjoy (even though I don't really consider myself the academic type). I study Church history and Latin and much of my schooling is spent looking at old medieval books. I became a Catholic six years ago, and it was the best thing I've ever done. I hope and plan to one day teach at a small Christian college somewhere in the States. I'm not too particular about where exactly I live, although I am a country boy at heart. While I enjoy my studies, it is not the most important thing in my life. I consider having a family more important than a career, and I'm willing to live and work wherever God wills. I'm also very passionate about the Church. A blessing of the student lifestyle is that I'm able to attend daily Mass and weekly Adoration. Another blessing is that most of my studies can now be done from my laptop, which gives me plenty of opportunities to travel for anything long-distance. It can be hard to meet Catholics locally, and I think it's important now especially for men to travel the distance, however far (which seems to me like a good excuse to travel!). And so, I'm not hesitant to fly off somewhere in order to meet someone in person! In general, despite the academic side, I'm a rather down to earth, masculine, traditional man. I grew up on a beautiful farm with a large family and a simple life. I'm no stranger to mud and trees! Sometimes I'm serious, sometimes not at all. Calm and confident for the most part, but still a tad shy every now and then. I'm pretty easy to talk to, and I spend lots of time and laughter with friends and family. And I hope to share my life with someone who can be a good friend. as was once said: everything in freedom.
  • Spencer, 19 from Brampton, CA
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    19, Brampton, CA
    I am in the process of converting to Catholicism from Protestantism after years of study and prayer. Politically, I am very conservative, bordering on support for monarchism. Religiously, I am incredibly traditionalist, preferring the Traditional Latin Mass to the Novus Ordo innovations of Vatican II, which was a council that was detrimental to the Church and many souls. Culturally, I am a classicist, preferring medieval literature and art to any modernist creations. I think the good old days ended in the 15th century. The Reformation was tragedy of immense proportion, rending Christendom in twain and laying the foundations for the Modernist heresy which is even now infecting the Church (and ostensibly Pope Francis). I am a huge fan of writers like G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, who have shaped my worldview immensely. I'm looking for a conservative, traditional Catholic woman who is passionate about Christ, willing to be a stay-at-home mother and work together to create a strong Catholic family. I look forward to having a large family with at least 5 children and raising them in the Faith. The world is in dire need of strong Catholics who know and live the Faith, and it's very important to me to have a family that lives up to this glorious calling.