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  • Scott, 56 from Oregon City, OR
    56, Oregon City, OR
    I love our Lord and our Catholic faith. I'm pretty easy going yet passionate about a number of topics, especially protecting our freedom of religion as well as other freedoms. I love to give and receive love and am a strong advocate of Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body. I love kids, as you would observe when I'm around my nieces. It didn't work out for me when I was married to have my own. Under the right circumstances, kids would be great, but first and foremost is finding the right woman with whom I would like to share the rest of my life. If you have kids, that's great. For it to work, I realize I must gain your kids love and respect, which entails time and love on my part. It's not necessary, but I'd love it if you enjoyed an occasional fishing trip with me. An ideal romantic time for me would be sitting next to a campfire on a cool full-moon star-lit night with the girl of my dreams wrapped in my arms. We'd be talking about anything and everything and sometimes nothing while we stared at the stars. I definitely enjoy time at the resort as well. If it makes a difference, I enjoy fishing and hunting (most hunting is with a bow). Even though I'm cutting out the middle man, it makes zero economic sense, but I get much satisfaction from the hunt and cooking up a good meal direct from the land with which God graced us. I certainly don't expect you to enjoy hunting but if God chooses to bless me with a bride, I need her to accept this part of me. In July '09, I moved from Oregon to Alaska for a new job and adventure. It wasn't too difficult since I always wanted to see Alaska. I never thought I'd be moving there, but God gave me a great experience with meeting new friends and seeing some of the most amazing creation on Earth. However, in Aug, 2010, he decided to bring me back to the NW. My Alaska employer closed it's doors and I'm back in the NW with an even better job. Thank you God! May all of you looking for employment find relief soon.
  • Kurt, 64 from Lincoln City, OR
    64, Lincoln City, OR
    i Was Brought Up In a Christian Home and Was Loved and Taught to Love GOD, JESUS &The Holy Ghost. and was taught right from wrong. i grew to manhood in the 1960s and at 14 was sent to Reed College in 1966-1970 where i recieved my degrees and returned. to Santa Barbara, California and taught History at a Private High school. in 1978 I met a Beautiful Women and we Wed In The Episcopal Church and had a Son. on Dec 22, 1981 My Wife and Little Boy died when a Off Duty Drunk Santa Barbara Cop ran a red light and killed them. . . spring 1991 i moved to Portland,Oregon where my Mum had moved and got a job teaching at a high school. there. (running out of things to say. : ( i shall end by saying I want a Nice Catholic Lady to Love, honour and wed and be with till God takes me home. I am very much a Gentlemen thanks to my parents & grandparents. i dislike porn as to me it dishounrs God's most perfect creation Women.
  • Daniel, 54 from Ashland, OR
    54, Ashland, OR
    I have been a physical therapist for the past 30 years and also a baseball coach for the last 13 years. I have developed a Catholic Baseball Team for the Catholic Faith called Catholics In Action. I have received world wide recognition for the team through EWTN. I would love to find my beloved who would share in this ministry with me and travel the world evangelizing the faith and forming our future Catholic ambassadors. I have a passion for children especially orphans and feel called to this ministry. I am an inventor of fitness equipment and also have had my own business for 12 years. My ideal mate would be in love with children, possibly a school teacher or nurse and like to stay fit and like to travel and explore. She would like the country life and possibly have grown up with horses or the ranch life. I believe 4 things are important to a compatible relationship. The love of the Lord, children, have a light sense of humor and share common ambitions and goals. Liking the game of baseball is a prerequiste since my life revolves around the sport.
  • Peter, 57 from Portland, OR
    57, Portland, OR
    I'm lonely, and desire to have children with a loving wife. I enjoy long walks, dogs (which I don't currently have - a friend in Santa Rosa has been taking care of her - "Sophie"), and sampling new foods. I'm going through a rough period right now, and the loneliness is UNBEARABLE SOMETIMES - just around a bunch of guys (all strangers) while I wait to get into housing somewhere in downtown Portland (or Beaverton). I like playing on the computer, and shopping at Fred Meyer (if that's a "hobby" ? Looking for deals, etc.) Actually, I'm planning on moving back to Medford - city life isn't for me.
  • Joseph, 58 from Scotts Mills, OR
    58, Scotts Mills, OR
    Single White Country Guy and Volunteer Firefighter and I am a Scuba Diver and I Live Alone With my Cats. And my Hobbies is Horseback riding, Hunting, Camping, Motorcycle Riding, Scuba Diving, Four Wheeler, Walk on the Beachs.
  • Frnck, 46 from Hillsboro, OR
    46, Hillsboro, OR
  • Austin, 21 from Silverton, OR
    21, Silverton, OR
    Howdy, I am Austin. I am a full-time (entry level) worker at a fabrication shop at the edge of Woodburn, and a citizen soldier (E-2) in the Oregon Army National Guard. I come from a tight knit family with farming roots, although we don't farm anymore, we still take pride and joy in our country upbringing. I have been a baptized catholic since I was ten years old when my Mom and Dad came back to the church after 12 years of Protestantism, and I fell in love with the Catholic faith the more I learned about it. I am a stubborn conservative who listens to Glenn Beck every day on my lunch break, and I enjoy talking about politics and history. I also love hunting, camping, hiking, and exploring new places outdoors, also in my opinion I ain't able to do these things nearly as often as I would like. I am planning on starting evening classes at Chemeketa in January, and I am looking for someone to share my life with. Anyways, that's my piece. God bless!
  • Rick, 26 from Hood River, OR
    26, Hood River, OR
  • Jonathan, 24 from Hood River, OR
    24, Hood River, OR
    I'm an easy-going, shy kind of guy but open up to those I know and trust. I'm a hard worker, and it's my goal to be a breadwinner for a faithful wife...
  • Scott, 40 from Silverton, OR
    40, Silverton, OR
    I suppose the best description off self is blunt honesty and almost pure cerebral dominance. I suppose this makes me appear a rather aloof and cold person, but I believe that if you spoke to those who know me best they might give a more positive profile of me. Either way, nothing is lost in this endeavor so c'est la vie .
  • Thomas, 28 from Beaverton, OR
    28, Beaverton, OR
    I'm a young professional looking for that right girl. I'm often described as rather "Old Fashioned", so I am looking for an "Old Fashioned" kind of girl. I do know how to roll up my sleeves, let my hair down, and have some good American fun, but I admit I tend to walk with somewhat of an aristocratic air. This has been pointed out to me by most people I know, but it's the way I am comfortable in behaving. That being said, I do appreciate many different kinds of people.
  • Philip, 64 from Grants Pass, OR
    64, Grants Pass, OR
    have been catholic since birth, but only in the last 8-10 yrs actually accept Christ as the savior i desperately need. trained in the health sciences. the accepted thought in the sciences as well as secular society is that there is no God. naturalism is all there is and this means there is only chance which leads to no meaning to existence. through intense reading of apologetic books and books dealing with science and the obvious need for an intelligent designer i have come to accept and wholeheartedly believe in God the Father, Jesus the Son, and a bit later the Paraclete...Holy Spirit. so i have made that enormous, life altering decision. yet i still struggle with complete surrender. human nature, free will is forever resisting though progress has been steady. i pray that God is merciful though i do not deserve that.