52, Framingham, MAI am a down to earth and easy going person with a good sense of humor. I can border on goofy and off the wall, depending on my daily caffeine intake. I am pretty much an extrovert, love laughter, and am open to trying new things. I'm honest, dependable, reliable, and responsible, with a strong moral compass which guides me through life. I have a passion for music and enjoy playing the piano / keyboard and bass guitar - especially with other musicians. I'm not one for watching sports, unless it's a big social event. I have four siblings and five teenage nieces and nephews who I find entertaining, especially when they're "working me" at Christmas.
65, Tyringham, MAI am a man with traditional values and love to dance to Nat King Cole!I am devorced and have my annulment. I believe in Galentry and believe that man should protect woman! I am a strong Pro-life conservative! I believe that life is precious! It is not a choice, it is life to be protected!I also believe that a sense of humor is vital to have in life! I enjoy current events and listen to the Talk Radio, such as Rush and Hannity and Laura. I guess you could say that I am part of that religious Right! A Conservative Independent Republican!Al Gore's theory on Global Warming,believer's that think that man is the cause,need not respond!Technology for cleaner air like Nuclear Power electric buses for the major cities is what the envirnmentel movement should focus on! I believe the role of government is to create an envirnment where people can become there greatess potiential! Let Freedom Ring! I love to bicycle and hike and ski.I am a Romantic.The one that I love will be Cherished! I love all kinds of music Classical Jazz and Country some Pop.I love the Theater and Movies and I love to Travel to that special place.I am a man that believes in enjoying life to the fullest! My faith is very important to me. Without Christianity you have nothing!A relationship with God is so important.You hear in society about feeling good about who you are.The only way to feel good about who you are is to reach out to others.This is the only positive way to live! The christian way is the most optimistic way to live.There are so many gifts that God has given that one should enjoy! Rejoice in the Lord!One final thing that every generation has had chalenges to deal with we as a society have solved them by being Optimistic about the future!
41, Fall River, MAI am a 37 year old man living in Fall River MA. I am active in my Church and this year I have become a 4th degree Knights of Columbus. I am also on the Honer Gard. I do a a lot of volunteer work and in general just try to help people out in any way I can. I try to go to church every day but can't always make it, I do however make it every Sunday. My faith is a huge part of who I am. I am trying this site because I have tried other sites and with my strong beliefs in my faith I am finding they are getting in the way of what I am looking for in life. I find on other sites when you tell someone that you go to church everyday for one reason or another it is a deal breaker. I am they type of person that will always stand up for who I am and for my faith. I know sometime it does get me in a little trouble but I have left my faith before and that got me into more trouble then I have ever been in for defending my faith. I am hoping to meet someone on here. My family life is I come from a rather large family although most of them still live in Mass. My mother and father are still married after almost 50 years of marriage. I do have one sister that lives in Maine and I am very close with her. I do call my mother at least once a week. She is the one that taught me my faith and we usually get into some deep conversions about it. I love to cook and you can usually find me in the kitchen looking up recipes or cooking a tasty meal. I am always on the cooking crew when we have our Knights dinners once a mouth. I enjoy listening to county music, Gospel, and Catholic talk radio. I do enjoy watching Nascar when I am not involved in the church.
64, New Bedford, MAI'm Richard five feet 7 200 pounds blue eyes and grey hair now. I bowl in a league play golf in summer like to watch the patriots Red Sox on TV I lived in New Bedford all my life. a grad of St.Joseph grammar and Bishop Stang high school. I work for thirty years for Sunbeam Bread ,retiring in April 25 2003. playing one baseball game with 90 players between 16 and 18 years old in 1971 at fenway park was a big deal to me. I always lived by the ten commandments. my parents were my best friends they past away in Sept 27mom Irene and Dad Albert nov27d 1995. have one older sister Jo Ann with 3 nieces one nephew. well here goes what my mother said when I was a teenager. don't go out with somebody who is fat ,skinny smoker drink divorced and a few other things. I've only had this computer since Nov 2006 never had one before I play golf my best round was a 67 in 1993 hope to beat it this year that I say that every year i like to play new course so seen me a email to play and I'll come running down well not run I'll take the car . I like to ride my bike ,would love to visit Hawaii . I've lived in my home for 57 years.I don't ask lady on dates it just has to happen that's one reason I never been in a relationship I don't like beer never have .don't like the bar seen . was born 9 18 1952I don't play much sports now to much hip pain
71, Cambridge, MAI’m a single unattached man looking for a good Catholic girl (my Grandmother would be proud!). I came back to the Church two years ago after a 38 year separation. I live and work in Cambridge and have a good job, which I love, doing technical scientific research. I’ve never married but I have had two fairly long term relationships. I haven’t been in a steady relationship for the past couple of years. I’m starting to contemplate retirement and would love having the company of a woman in the Boston area whose faith is important to her.
66, Franklin, MAI grew up attending Catholic schools (grammar school, high school, college), so the Faith has always been a major part of my life. In my early years we attended the traditional Latin Mass prior to the Second Vatican Council, and I am glad that the opportunity has been once again made available thanks to Pope Benedict XVI. I have always been concerned with world events and how we can influence them for the better by our activities and prayers, in particular by joining prolife groups and by saying the rosary for peace to ameliorate the tragic situations of abortion and war. I think that the Catholic Church has the solutions for most (if not all) of humanity's crises in her doctrinal and moral teachings, especially on the prolife issues (antiabortion, anticontraception, antieuthanasia), social issues (no divorce and remarriage, an end to economic exploitation through the just family wage and cessation of usurious practices by banks), and cultural issues (for example, respect for the dignity of the human person, which rules out pornography). I am also opposed to the mutilation of babies (an anticircumcision activist). I hold PhD degrees in philosophy and mathematics, teaching mathematics as a full-time lecturer at a university, logic as an adjunct professor at another college, and philosophy as an adjunct professor at a minor seminary -- all three institutions in Boston. I play classical piano and church organ, have earned a brown belt in karate, and like to do some gardening (growing herbs, decorative plants, attempting vegetables and berries). I have written or co-authored a couple of books on Catholic apologetics ("Why Matter Matters" and "Does the Bible Support Catholic Beliefs?"). I always wanted to get married and have children, but things never worked out that way, but now I am probably too old. I am hoping it is not too late, however, since I am rather deep into middle age, yet people have told me I could pass for 45 (not bald, still have hair that is mostly dark brown, though grayish on sideburns and beard/moustache, which I now keep trimmed).
25, Hudson, MAhi, just want to meet a nice honest down to earth girl. i like to dance and have fun and do things out of the ordinary. i'm close with my family, active in the Mass, and would like to find someone who's similar.
21, Dedham, MAI'm the oldest of 8 boys in a Traditional Catholic family. I was homeschooled, but very active in sports. In fact, I was Captain of the local high school wrestling team for two years and became State Champion, even though homeschooled. My family has strict moral values, and it's tough to find a girl who shares those values. I like to enjoy life just doing anything or nothing. I like video games, movies, family time, games, and fun. I'm commuting to college, majoring in Business, and I'm wrestling again.
28, Burlington, MAI act with the enthusiasm of a kid in regards to my interests, and it is kind of embarrassing to admit some of them. I like reading, browsing video sites, playing games, both board games and video games, and watching some TV shows. My official major is Graphic Design. I enjoy playing with children and animals, and joking around constantly with my friends. I understand that I come across as somewhat serious at first, however, as I'm somewhat reserved if I feel I still don't know someone well. That's partly why I appreciate someone who is talkative, positive, and friendly. While I do goof around sometimes, the time I enjoy most is time spent with family and friends. Probably the most influential person in my life is my mother, who is a compassionate woman who runs a non-profit charity out of one of the local church rectories. I've always been very close to her, partly because I've always been kind of huggy, and who doesn't like a good hug? I know I've had plenty of practice. Anyway, I remember especially my family vacations with great fondness, and I want to share all the wonderful times I've had with someone special, someone who shares my views on the value of family.
22, Hanover, MAHello my name is Dan and I am currently studying for a History major and a Biology minor at the University of Massachusetts Boston. I am seeking to become a teacher in order to better educate people on a field of study that I feel is very undervalued in our day and age. I'm usually pretty reserved and don't talk to people I don't know unless it is necessary. Some hobbies and activities that I do in the free time that I can get nowadays are: Reading, drawing, play games, rollerblading, socialize with friends, go on long walks, extensively follow politics, and of course study history in my free time. I grew up in a family(one side being Scottish, Irish, and French Canadian with the other half being Swedish and Portugeuse)that is Roman Catholic and very conservative. I believe in very traditional values looked down upon by people in our modern culture(modest behavior, strong family values, traditional marriage, etc). I go to Latin mass every Sunday with my father and two younger brothers. The most influential people in my life are of course our Lord and our Lady, my father who worked hard for me to get where I am today, and holy figures such as Pope Saint Pius X.
38, Boston, MAI love eating food. I live by the beach and eating at the beach. I want to travel on food trips around the world. I have had lots of home cooking lessons. I make cake
42, Gardner, MAHello. My name is Eric. I am disabled...Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. But I do not let that stop me from trying to live life...most of the time anyways...lol. The person who has been the most influential to me in my life is my grandmother. I am fortunate to still have her in my life. She did so much for me growing up and believed in me when so many others did not. I am so thankful every day for her. With my leisure time, I like to watch sports...hockey and football. I am not an obsessed fan...I don't need to know stats of every player...but just love to watch. I love to go out on nice days and take pictures around town or even meet up with a friend for lunch or just to hang out and talk. I also love to play card games.
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