63, Brimfield, MAHello! I'm a practicing Catholic and I have a Devotion to Mary. I pray the Rosary everyday. I'm living my life the best I can to do Jesus's will. I don't watch much TV because I try to live a Holy life and I find TV to be the tool of Satan's Temptations. I'm trying my best to live in the World, without the worldly trappings. That said I do like to enjoy myself. I enjoy being outdoors in God's Creation. Working in my backyard gardening or cutting the lawn I find relaxing. I try to keep healthy by exercising and eating good. I enjoy a good cup of coffee with good company, especially in Starbucks or any good coffee house. I enjoy all kinds of music as long as the lyrics are keeping with Catholic principals. Some of the books I like to read are the Bible, fitness books and magazines. Anything by Scott Hahn(video or book). I'm currently reading the Manuel for Spiritual Warfare by Paul Thigpen and Knowing the Love of God by Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange. I used to be a Personal Trainer and I'm thinking about getting back to that. Thank you for reading my profile.
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.
68, Swampscott, MANow that I am on a dating site, I feel that I am finally in the twenty first century. I enjoy cultural activities-theater, opera, concerts. I am an avid reader, particularly novels, history and biography. I am also very active outdoors. Have become very adept in the kitchen, so you don't have to do all the cooking. Looking for an intelligent woman to do these things with. The best things in life aren't free- they're shared.
47, Worcester, MAHi, I'm a Traditional Catholic who would like to attend the Tridentine Latin Mass exclusively. I have found it's Liturgy of quiet reverence, humility and dogmatic certitude to be spiritually consoling. Personality-wise, I tend to start out quiet and introspective, but I can be talkative and witty once I know you better. I work full-time all day in an office environment, invoicing medical claims. As such I like to spend time outside when the weather is sunny and pleasant. For exercise, I prefer walking or light cycling to more vigorous activities. I have a rather extensive collection of old Catholic books (pre-1960's). At the same time, I am enthusiastic about computers, and have spend some of my spare time creating video presentations extolling some of my favorite musical and literary pursuits.
26, Worcester, MAI am a Traditionalist Catholic who exclusively attends the Traditional Latin Mass. I am looking to establish a classically-based professional architecture degree program in the Boston area. I also have a blog...
22, South Hadley, MAHi, I'm Joey (Obviously) and I have no idea what on earth i'm going to write on here... But I guess I gotta try, right? So here it goes... I absolutely love my Faith. For around 8 years now I have been an altar server at the Tridentine Mass and am convinced that I would not be who I am today without it. I love saying the Rosary and Devotion the Sacred Heart. I was homeschooled, and was raised in a very good Catholic household. I have inherited my dad's love of Catholic art and books (including the part where you buy tons of books and never read them all ) As of right now, work wise, i'm a novice painter/shophand/gofer (Go fer this, go fer that!)
68, East Bridgewater, MAVery honest, sincere, down-to-earth. Very well educated in Psychology so I have an above sensitivity to communication, social and interpersonal skills. Very sensitive to the feelings of oters and read people well..introspective and aware, intuitive.Intersted in politics and have conservative views. Follow the laws of man and God implicitly so have the Constitution and Bible as guidelines. Family-oriented and desire a very close, understanding relationship, parenthood, sharing activities with you. On so many dating sites, the women's posts are all about the things they do, the places they go, their travel;seems narcissistic to me as what counts is being together-the meaning is in the togetherness not the activity itself. Enjoy the beach, the ocean, nature. Well-travelled experience from military experience, something I'm proud of not ashamed of. Deep respect for our military. I once read a woman say "I'd rather enjoy a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with my the man I love and kids than have the most expensive meal at the most prestigious restaurant with some egotistical jerk"..that's about it!
29, Boston, MAI enjoy music, all kinds from classical to pop punk. I'm also passionate about learning new languages and cultures, Tai chi, foods and anything that comes from the human soul.
23, Boston, MAHonestly, I love travel, food, drink, singing, reading, and obsessively learning new things. Catholicism snuck up on me when I was studying history and politics. Even now, I am returning to a reading binge, and am blasting through the usual history podcasts everyone else has already finished. I love the Latin Mass, Gregorian Chant (obviously), and Catholic Art and Music (especially Gothic facades and Eastern Icons). As my mother's son, I've embraced art and music over playing or watching sports, and so after my return to the Faith, I began to sing Gregorian Chant, which eventually grew into a love for singing. I am most who I am today because of my love for learning new things. This was the grace that spurred me back into the Church (thank you Bishop Sheen et al), and what (on a good day) drives me to see more, do more, and experience more. This, and my talent for languages, led to a love for travel which gave me two unforgettable blessings, the five months I've had in France going to Mass at St Eugene, and the Chartres Pilgrimage. I grew up in a tight-knit family that basically keeps me from really being comfortable alone for too long, and yet, taught me how to carve out my own space among the clamour. First-hand, I was shown the crucial importance of the multi-generational household and the extended family. As for free time, besides everything else (singing, reading, internet, languages), I kind of want to get into some form of art: Either drawing or calligraphy, Or maybe I'll finally finish writing something. By the way, I have a beard now...I'll try to get a better picture soon.
22, Boston, MAI'm looking for someone to start a family with. My faith is very important to me and informs much of what I do and how I live. I want to live out my vocation as a husband and father.
26, Malacca, MYI am a school teacher in a government school. I am a Catholic convert and I was received into the Catholic Church during Easter Vigil 2016. I am so blessed to be part of the one and holy apostolic church.
26, Talca, CLI want to find the truth over all things, and I use to very inquisitive and curious; but, I can be so kind when I discuss with any person. My two most important experiences have been my confirmation ceremony and my univesity years: the first make me grow in faith, and the second give me friends with the sames faith and believes. In my lesure time, I like reading about a lot of themes such as history, architecture, art, politics and others, biking around my city, go to mass, and meeting with my friends.
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