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  • John, 49 from Washington, DC
    49, Washington, DC
    ABOUT ME: I'm an attorney whose passion is a film institute (Washington Film Institute) I started on the side a few years ago. The institute puts on regular screenings, offers workshops, and sponsors a film festival. I believe in the power of film to change the world. In terms of my personality / lifestyle: I'm super extroverted and social and really dig going out frequently to art openings, film premieres, embassy events, and lectures. I get truly energized by meeting new people and by being exposed to new ideas. Although not a health nut, I try to eat organic and get to the gym 4 days a week. John
  • Thomas, 42 from Washington, DC
    42, Washington, DC
    Well, about me: I am an avid learner and thinker. At least I think I am. There, I just did it, see? Anyway, I have a great love and appreciation of God and man. Every day, I try to learn more and more about them, in order to understand both better through the intersection of the two, Jesus Christ. We're one big family, after all. As hard as I try, I will not be able to experience all of what humanity already has done countless times over- but if I can learn as much as I can about what others have done, and what God has done, I will come closer to understanding both just a little bit better, and perhaps come closer to grasping the full meaning of life. More about me: I'd like to say that life is too short for fiction, yet every once in a while I write three pages of a book that go nowhere. I have had the good fortune to be well-traveled, but I always look forward to more. I am not a science fiction fan, but like to watch every movie about time travel I can find, even the terrible ones. I like the symphony but not the ballet. I like some opera but never the circus. I like Goya but not El Greco, whose paintings look like velvet Elvises. I don't follow sports generally, but I like the Olympics, World Cup, and any other tournament where nations compete. I like to classify things in my head, but am disorganized in my habits. I tend to be categorical, but my actual opinions are more nuanced than can be set forth in this short little piece. All of these things I said I don't like I would probably do with you, for instance. I'd do almost anything with you. Except the circus. I love languages, linguistics, words, and word origins. I love music most of all. It seems to come from outside of us, but it resonates within us. Very strange. Yet I dont love all music, or even all kinds of music. Hip hop is like nails on a chalkboard. Yes; yes it is. I'm looking to share all of these things, and I believe there is someone out there with whom I can share these things- a co-pilot, a navigator, with whom to journey through this peculiar gift of life we've been given. And maybe, just maybe, that someone is you!
  • Tom, 56 from Washington, DC
    56, Washington, DC
    Hi! I am a 5'8", 170 lbs., fun loving single dad with a beautiful little 8 yo daughter. I live and work in Washington, residence is just up the street from the White House, and my offices look out over the Treasury Dept & the White House. I have a great sense of humor & love to is the best 'medicine' in life! I have my daughter every other week. In my free time, I like to go to my house in Rehoboth Beach, DE in the spring & summer, spending time relaxing & looking out at the ocean and beach, playing golf, or just enjoying the company of friends. I have an upbeat positive attitude, and attribute that to my faith. Prior to my wife leaving my daughter & I in Oct 2008, I attended Mass almost every day for years; since then, my responsibilities with my daughter have restricted my schedule to Sunday/Holy Days. I might get to noon time Mass very less frequent than what I was able to do. I love being a parent & have gladly taken on those responsibilities with my daughter. Having her was one of the best things that ever happen to me. But I am pragmatic too, and know that Dad misses the interaction, laughter, and conversation that a fine woman can add to a relationship......just the thought of planning 'the future together' makes a relationship all that more fulfilling! I know that sitting on the beach with a glass of wine watching the sun set, enjoying the company of a best friend makes life really worth it. To me, it is all about 'sharing the moment' unexpected 'laugh to you cry' spontaneous moment; a glass of wine in front of a big fire; cooking a romantic dinner together; or skiing down a snow covered slope 'in & out' of the pine trees.....are all those 'moments' that make the 'relationship' that only 2 people can share. Life can be as mundane as it can be chaotic at times...........but I believe it is the simple things in this life that contribute on a 'day-to-day' basis to building a connection of love & respect that can last a lifetime.I certainly have been blessed to have had that in my past relationships.
  • John Paul, 35 from Washington, DC
    35, Washington, DC
    Hi there. I'm a so-called "boomerang" DC resident as I left town for three years of law school, but recently returned to the area and thought Catholic Match would be a good way to meet some new people. Born and raised just outside Boston and one of six kids, I'm a big fan of camping, board games, politics, travel, history, and everything Boston sports (go Pats!). After undergrad, I worked in DC for four years- two as a first grade teacher (through Teach for America) and two at a legal think tank. And this past Fall, I returned to DC and to start work at a law firm. A cradle Catholic, I've gone through a bit of a conversion over the past few years, deepening my Catholic faith and taking its tenets (and blessings) seriously. I've been fortunate enough to work in Rome for several months and to take a pilgrimage to the Holy Land itself. I believe that a shared faith is essential in a relationship, and I hope to share my faith with any future girlfriends and with my eventual spouse.
  • Hank, 24 from Washington, DC
    24, Washington, DC
    I have recently graduated from college and currently, I am planning on applying for graduate programs near DC and abroad. Despite the fact that I might seem a bit reserved, I have often been described as adventurous, always searching for new places and new things to try.
  • Daniel, 35 from Washington, DC
    35, Washington, DC
    I'm an Australian who has recently moved to Washington D.C. I enjoy hanging out with friends and love my work in international development. I'm looking for what I suspect most people are looking for. I want to meet a woman who makes me laugh and a person who I look forward to seeing no matter what mood I'm in, because I know that within five minutes of being in their company I'll be feeling completely different. It's important to me that they are kind and generous and that they care about their friends and family. These are basic things, I know, but sometimes hard to find all in one person.
  • Sean, 25 from Washington, DC
    25, Washington, DC
    I love philosophy, the fine arts(especially literature, poetry, good film, symphony concerts, museums), nature, healthful living, Catholicism. I spend spare time reading, conversing with friends, exercising, appreciating nature. I try regularly to read The New Yorker and The NYRB. I am pursuing a PhD in Philosophy at CUA. My faith is at the center of my life, and my fundamental formative years in the faith occurred in St. John Fisher seminary in Stamford, CT.
  • Santiago, 28 from Washington, DC
    28, Washington, DC
    I'm a theology teacher in DC, so I love my faith, great conversations, and reading! My favorite days are spent traveling, laughing, and talking with friends and cooking for them. I can be passionate and opinionated, but am a softy at heart. I'm pretty sarcastic though secretly a romantic.
  • Brett, 26 from Washington, DC
    26, Washington, DC
    Hello! I'm a young Catholic who has just moved to the DC area after spending my entire life in North Dakota. I haven't had much time to socialize, as school and work take up most of my time, but I'm hoping to meet someone who can show me the ropes of big city life! I'm a pretty quiet guy overall, but I also love to joke around! I love the outdoors, but I am also just as happy watching documentaries about the outdoors on Netflix. Hiking is my thing, so if you're a hiker, I am in desperate need of a hiking buddy! Given that we're on CatholicMatch, I think it goes without saying that my faith is very important to me. I was only received into the Church this past Easter, but that reception was the culmination of a very long spiritual journey that took me from Pentecostalism and through Atheism before I finally came home! I never miss Sunday mass, and I try to make it to daily mass at least once or twice a week. I also never leave the house without my rosary! For some educational background, I just received my BA in Theology, and am now working on my MA, with hopes of continuing on for my PhD. I also work in IT as a Systems Administrator (managing servers, databases, and other back-of-the-house stuff that most people never see), which has been my job for the past five years. My MA is what brings me to DC, and I'm super excited to not only take this major step in my academic life, but also to be migrating to the big city! I've never lived in a major city for more than a month or two before, so it's both terrifying and exhilarating!
  • Taylor, 58 from Washington, DC
    58, Washington, DC
    I'm passionate about my faith, my family, and life in general. I enjoy lively intellectual discussions, good books, good films, and travel. I play the guitar and write songs. I play tennis and chess.
  • Vincent, 51 from Washington, DC
    51, Washington, DC
    I had an awesome upbringing as one of seven in an Italian catholic household. We were raised to respect others, work hard, take responsibility and enjoy life! As a kid, I though it was cool to have a small glass of wine at the dinner table. Today, I still enjoy a nice glass of wine with good food and great company. It's not easy getting to know someone through an online profile, but it's a start. I'm straight-forward, down-to-earth, and if I say I'll be somewhere, I'll be there. If I say I'll do something, I'll do it. It's just who I am... I recently moved to DC and stay pretty busy with work and everyday life. Fitness has always been part of my life, so oddly enough I don't mind going to the gym, go figure? But If the weather is nice you might find me bicycling, golfing, or just going for a walk. I've traveled to many awesome places and love to visit new cities, whether it's a last minute getaway or a planned trip. At times I can be a bit silly, but love to laugh and smile - even if it's at myself occasionally. I'm interested in meeting others with similar qualities; genuine and extremely nice. Life is what you make it - so make it great!
  • Nicolas, 36 from Washington, DC
    36, Washington, DC
    I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition. NICOLAS