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  • Peter, 57 from Arlington Heights, IL
    57, Arlington Heights, IL
    I am passionate about my faith I look forward to nurturing a long personal relationship with the right person. My father was the biggest influence in my life he passed away 24 years ago.
  • Michael, 62 from Cicero, IL
    62, Cicero, IL
    God. Joe Z has a retreat center in Bardstown KY near Gethsemane--Merton's home. Like Thomas Merton, Joe sits zazen regularly, and writes regularly. I believe in whatever God Joe believes in. Joe seems more interested in forgetting about himself and helping others with what they need. (To get to be like Joe, it takes a lot of practice--like hitting a major league curve ball, or playing great piano.)
  • William, 58 from Chicago, IL
    58, Chicago, IL
  • FreddySan, 36 from Chicago, IL
    36, Chicago, IL
    Share a moment whit nature mother and a good company is fantastic, smiling to the live every moment. I believe in GOD all over everything, the power of love start when you open the eyes every day. Be thankful is request to our Farther mercy.
  • Larry, 65 from Chicago, IL
    65, Chicago, IL
    I am disabled due to an accident that requires me to use a walker. I am an intellulectual with a lively interest in the arts. My favorite thing is to attend a dance performance with dinner or drinks after.
  • Daniel, 55 from Chicago, IL
    55, Chicago, IL
    My name is Dan and I'm a recent convert to Catholicism. I was received into the faith at the Easter Vigil of 2011 and I will say that my life has done a 180 degree turn around; from being moribund to feeling joy and knowing that a loving God wants what is best for us.
  • Dave, 28 from Evanston, IL
    28, Evanston, IL
    Hi, I'm Dave. I'm getting my Masters in Higher Education right now at Loyola University Chicago. I'm also working as a Graduate Assistant for the Alternative Break Immersion program. Basically, I plan 25 different service immersion experiences for undergraduate students every year and hopefully help them to spend more time with the marginalized in society. In my free time I really enjoy running by the lake, playing ultimate frisbee, watching a little too much Netflix, and exploring the city I'm in. I do really enjoy sports of all kind both watching and playing. I also like to think that I'm funny, even though this bio may not seem like it. Oh well.
  • Gerardo, 40 from Melrose Park, IL
    40, Melrose Park, IL
  • Derek, 24 from Chicago, IL
    24, Chicago, IL
    I love making websites and other platforms because I believe the Internet has the power to improve the world. I love music and film, politics philosophy and social justice. I have depression and anxiety.
  • Danny, 27 from Melrose Park, IL
    27, Melrose Park, IL
    13:4-7 Some of the effects of charity are stated, that we may know whether we have this grace; and that if we have not, we may not rest till we have it. This love is a clear proof of regeneration, and is a touchstone of our professed faith in Christ. In this beautiful description of the nature and effects of love, it is meant to show the Corinthians that their conduct had, in many respects, been a contrast to it. Charity is an utter enemy to selfishness; it does not desire or seek its own praise, or honour, or profit, or pleasure. Not that charity destroys all regard to ourselves, or that the charitable man should neglect himself and all his interests. But charity never seeks its own to the hurt of others, or to neglect others. It ever prefers the welfare of others to its private advantage. How good-natured and amiable is Christian charity! How excellent would Christianity appear to the world, if those who profess it were more under this Divine principle, and paid due regard to the command on which its blessed Author laid the chief stress! Let us ask whether this Divine love dwells in our hearts. Has this principle guided us into becoming behaviour to all men? Are we willing to lay aside selfish objects and aims? Here is a call to watchfulness, diligence, and prayer.
  • Christian, 21 from Chicago, IL
    21, Chicago, IL
    I attend mass Sunday's occasionally, events days before mass comes. I like when I can have a person that almost reads your jokes. I want to be able to own my own way.
  • John, 46 from Chicago, IL
    46, Chicago, IL
    A million facets and contradictions: Whole hearted ,offbeat creative ,spontaneous , fair minded, affectionate , clever ,faithful. I like good food and wine. I love to cook , I am always down for the movie theater and also camping and canoeing is cool. I can't say all about me here so I will wait till meet someone.