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).
31, Brighton, MAI think I'm a good balance: introspective and intellectual, but with an adventurous spirit. Traditionally masculine, but also emotionally supportive and caring in a relationship. Serious about the things that really matter, but with a good sense of humor about everything else. I love to travel whenever I can, mostly to Europe, but an impulsive road trip down South with friends is a lot of fun too. I try to get to Nantucket whenever I can to sail, surf, fish, and just enjoy being on the water. I love the outdoors, especially hiking in the mountains, but I also enjoy a night on the town as well. Trying to set up my own law practice is the big project in my life right now, along with finding a great relationship. "To know and love one other human being is the root of all wisdom..." -Evelyn Waugh
29, Boston, MAI will be brief: Mass and Confession every Sunday. Occasionally serve. B.A. Theology and Philosophy from a real Catholic college. 3 years Pre-Theology. Languages: Fluent in English, Spanish, Italian. Conversational in Portuguese, French, German, Russian, Polish, and Greek. Classical piano, Italian tenor, Gregorian Chant. Travel and pilgrimage in France and Spain. Unimpressed with secular modernism. Prefer old-world European lifestyle. There is not much more than that you need to know about me.
49, West Boylston, MAI'm a devout Catholic. This doesn't mean I don't have fun (and a lot of it), but God and service to others is perhaps one of my most important values. I'm an old-fashioned Italian man. I go to church every Sunday and actively volunteer with the church and the Knights of Columbus. I live for it, and brings me closer to Jesus. If you like to laugh, are fluent in Sarcasm (or perhaps Italian), and care about your community as much as I do, we could be a great match. My friends all know me as the guy that will do anything for them (big or small), the guy that will always be there for them no matter what, and someone that's deeply committed to those I love. I sell fine wine and spirits, which means you'll just *have* to sample some of them with me. Oh darn, right? I've been in the biz for about 10 years now, and have sold everything under the sun. Traveling around to visit restaurants all around Massachusetts means that I know just where to take you to really give your taste buds a treat. I love my job, and I'm very much a people person, so it's a great fit for me. So one time there was this chicken... ok, lame setup. Here it comes - I'm a comedian. No really, I am! I perform occasionally, and get a few yuks... ;) I'd like to say that my humor was completely G-rated. Oh wait, no I wouldn't... that's boring. It's salacious and I'll always keep you laughing. That'll be my goal in life to keep a smile on your face permanently! So on the personal side, I love yoga and go for regular walks. I take good care of myself (tho not always) and I am at a loss without exercise now. I love it, and feel amazing. If you love to do those things too... this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship (and more!). I'm a big teddy bear. I have a big chest that's perfect for snuggling into and feeling safe cuddled up against, and the word on the street is that I give amazing hugs. My married female friends insist that I'm a catch, but I guess you'll have to find that out for yourself.
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...
27, Allston, MAI am a writer and an urbanist. I write newspaper articles, essays and poetry. I love Chesterton, Tolkein, Keats, Betjeman, Eliot, et al. I also love cities and can frequently be found exploring Boston on foot. I also enjoy listening to classical music and classic rock. I'm a bit of a balletomane, as well, -- I like watching ballets, I volunteer at Boston Ballet and I've even taken some ballet classes for exercise.
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, Boston, MAHello...!! I am Ashly, working as a Software Engineer in Bio-Tech company in Boston. I am easy going guy, hard working and fun. I like exploring new places, sports, cooking etc. I grew up in India and moved to USA three years before. I am little religious and never miss Sunday Mass and lent season activities in Church. I am looking for a Catholic girl who can be half in my life with love, motivate, caring personality... :) Just ask me if you have questions..
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.
27, Warsaw, PLI have traveled to many places in the world and plan to keep traveling (but mostly just Europe from this point on). I am from 2 hours outside of Philadelphia, United States, but am moving to Europe in August (2016). I am an American of Finnish, Irish, German, and British descent. I like going to the gym, reading, watching movies, and meeting new people.
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.
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.
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