33, Bristol, CTOrthodox, scholar, homebody. The main thing that I want from life is to work out my salvation, to which I think that married life can contribute. Next is to improve my intellect, to which I devote as much effort as I can, especially through reading. My intellectual activity includes my career: I am a teacher in a Catholic high school and an adjunct professor at NYU. My jobs, therefore, are not just for earning; they are a "life-work" (to borrow a phrase from Tolkien), as I go further along the path of intellectual achievement and take others with me. On a daily basis I get up and go to teach at the high school, where I often stay long after the end of the school-day because being a great teacher takes that extra effort; moreover, my commitment to doing my job well and improving every day, along with the personal satisfaction that comes from success, means that my work also takes on the nature of a very intense hobby. Accordingly the investment of time and effort that I put into my work, far beyond the minimum requirements, is similar to that which, for example, I observe my brother making on training for triathlons and marathons. On Tuesdays I go to New York and teach an evening class at NYU. On most evenings and weekends I seek the comfort of my home, especially settling myself in my library to read, or I enjoy the company of those people whom I have consciously chosen to include in my life. The number of such people is quite small--mostly family (including some cousins), a few long-time friends, and some of my colleagues--but I opt for quality over quantity in terms of my social circle. The activities that I enjoy with these people include watching movies, playing games, and simply having great conversations. I take seriously my citizenship in these United States, and with regard to politics I affirm the principles that Cardinal Ratzinger explained in 2004 in a letter on worthiness to receive Holy Communion. In terms of health my main goal is to stay trim. I value culture, by which I mean civilized culture, and so I try to avoid the more vulgar aspects of popular culture. I don't go clubbing, but I do like waltz and polka. I am not at all materialistic, and my aunt once called me "no-maintenance". Finally, if I may say so, I have a good sense of humor, which can vary from sarcastic to corny, and I can laugh at my idiosyncrasies.
31, New Haven, CTMany thanks for dropping by! I am Dominick...a Parish Organist/Choirmaster serving the Roman Catholic Church. I have been a staunchly traditional Catholic fellow all of my life, and have also had the blessing of a complete, Catholic education. Both my Faith and my music are and have always been, the most important aspects of my existence, and I strive to always uphold the Teachings of Our Lord. Music is a most essential part of my life. I have been a musician for many years, and I began my music ministry as Parish Organist at the age of 14. It is a gift which I am so thankful for, and I am also pleased to be a very 'old-style' Church musician. I am strongly against modernism within our Churches, and prefer the Holy Mass in it's true form, as I refer to it, (pre-Vatican II). I have been raised within a more traditional immediate family, and many tend to describe me as an exceedingly old-fashioned gent. Since I was very young, I have deeply studied my Faith, my Baltimore Catechism and my old St. Joseph's Missal (from the days of the Latin Mass). I believe sincerely in the practise of manners and etiquette, and I have continually maintained very strong values...especially concerning adherence to modesty, putting Faith into practise, and upholding Christian Values. Therefore, I have always placed GREAT value upon showing great kindness and respect, displaying courtesy through good conduct, and also upon being modestly and nicely dressed at all times, without exception. I continually strive to be a worthy example to those around me. Unfortunately, there are those who often see my many 'old time' habits as irregular, (especially within a society that has lost so much..shamelessly promoting so much indecency, and having fully abandoned the presence of true virtue, modesty, etiquette, and social graces). However, in light of this, I am pleased to know that there are still those in our world, who DO realise the importance of resisting the relaxed standards and temptations of the modern age. It is our duty to remember that our mission, as Christians, is to bring about the Presence of Christ into our world---to be an example for others by our good deeds of love and service, our actions of kindness, and the very manner in which we lead our lives, daily. For it is in constantly striving for holiness in our own lives, that we truly bring forth Gods Love and Blessings to those around us...serving as a leader for others to the path of righteousness!
34, Enfield, CTHi my name is Joe. I live in Connecticut. I work full time. I love to write, play and watch sports. I love animals especially Golden retrievers. Some of my talents are writing, fantasy sports, and anything that has to do with numbers and statistics. God is the best!
33, Guilford, CTIt's been some time since I updated this, so here goes! My name is Andy and I moved to the Atlanta area January, 2013 and am looking to meet someone who is my "catholic- match" (corny, I know. But most women love a guy with humor ;)). I'm very interested in working with computer graphics in my spare time as well as an avid reader of theology and history. My passions lie in the arts and I enjoy getting involved with a creative project with like-minded folks who love what they do. While I'm not too big of a party-person, I do enjoy making friends and picking people's brains to see what they're about. Other interests include science-fiction, fantasy, anime, and many other aspects of geek culture. One thing I really enjoy are collecting art books that have character model sheets, concept artwork for movies and video games, etc. While I'm not heavily interested in sports, I don't mind the prospect of going to a Braves or Falcons game and enjoy playing soccer when it's not too hot out. I make it a point to get some exercise in during the week even if it's 20-30 minutes on the treadmill and typically avoid buying junk food. I wouldn't classify myself as a health nut per se, but the best way to avoid temptation is to eliminate it in the first place.
46, New Haven, CTHi, thanks for checking out my profile....... I am a White / Caucasian male living in New Haven, CT, USA. I am 6'0" tall with brown eyes and brown hair. I would describe my body type as Athletic. I have never been married and I have no children. . .
27, Middletown, CTI am passionate in exploring god's works. The person that has the most influences in my life i Jesus Christ and his love and sacrifice to humanity. I enjoy hanging out, exploring thing and of course have fun in my leisure time.
63, Waterbury, CTI enjoy travel and dining out. I like sports such as Ice Hockey, soccer and baseball though it is a minor part of my life. A social drinker and a strongly not a smoker. It -smoking -shorted my Dad's-Deceased, life. Obviously he was a heavy smoker. Strongly Pro Life and Pro family- Active in both movements. I exercise weekly and enjoy the outdoors walking and country fairs etc.. . . Enjoy just about any kinds of music except for Gangsta rap and overly loud music.
32, Danbury, CTHello, my name is James . I'm a traditional Catholic male from Connecticut. I'm a fun loving guy who is here searching for that special someone to start a serious relationship with that will one day lead to marriage, God willing. Please don't think I'm in any rush because I'm not but I just want to be clear that marriage is the ultimate goal. I'm a very family oriented person and would love to have a large family of my own one day. My dream is to come home every night after work to my loving wife and children and to pray the daily rosary as a family. If you share a similar dream than we might be very compatible. :-) I come from an inter racial marriage as my mother is originally from Ecuador and my father is a new yorker with an Irish Italian background. Growing up in the Bronx with the mixture of cultures in my home has made me very much enjoy experiencing and learning about all cultures. I work as teacher at a preschool full time, I also run an after school program for school age kids. I very much enjoy working with kids and look forward to having my own some day. In my free time I like to watch and play sports and spend time with family. I also love going to New York City whenever I get the chance, its one of the perks of only being 45 minutes away. There's always something fun to do in the city. I hope I get the chance to share it with somebody soon, but not my will, God's will be done. If you have any questions or wish to learn more about me, please don't hesitate to message. Good luck on your search, I truly hope we all find what we're looking for. God bless.
34, New Haven, CTBasically, I love life and I love living life. I enjoy traveling (particularly looking forward to my upcoming trip to Spain), the outdoors, sporting events, restaurants, and hanging out with quality people. I think it's just better doing all these things with someone else. I just moved from PA to CT for a challenging and exciting opportunity, and I'm looking forward to meeting new people and new experiences up here. If you'd like to know more, drop a line. Thanks!
33, Simsbury, CTTall yet very very cool. How about that dog at the zoo. I read that a man walked his dog into the Connecticut River at low tide last Wednesday afternoon.
34, Somers, CTProtecting John Connor. Time Travel. Strange paradoxes about existence. Im just writing enough to see what all the fuss is about. I hear this is not worth it.
27, New Britain, CTI'm trained in mathematics, currently working with computers. I enjoy travelling. I worry a lot about moral and social philosophy. Matteo Ricci was right.
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