58, Coppell, TXI grew up in Charleston, West Virginia, the third oldest of 10 children in a traditional Catholic family. I went to a Catholic elementary school from 1st to 6th grade and yes, we even had religious sisters who taught at our school. I loved religion class and I loved being an altar boy...made my Mom take me to 7AM Mass just so I could serve. I was a good student through middle school and high school, but loved playing sports the most. Over the years, I played baseball, football, basketball, track, wrestling and even rugby, volleyball and soccer after I graduated from college. Not too worry that I am a TV junkie that watches sports all the time...I prefer to participate rather than spectate. These days I spend much of my time volunteering at my church. I have done many things such as ushering and being part of several ministries such as the pro-life ministry and the men's club, but my favorite thing is to teach religious education classes...especially to middle schoolers and high schoolers. I also enjoy making friends. People I know always kid me about how many people I know or who know me. Regardless of where I go in town, it always seems that I run into someone I know. Once I took a trip to New York City and I ran into someone I knew there, even though I live in Dallas. So, I invite you to be my friend. I am not always so good and figuring out things to do and say, but I am pretty good at helping others with what they would like or need to do and I try to be a good ear for all my friends.
55, Dallas, TXI am someone who believes in moral absolutes. In other words, right is right and wrong is wrong. I do consider myself devout but in no way perfect. I respect others even when they may disagree with me. I believe going to church is a great place to learn how to be happy. After all, isn't that what God wants us to be? In my opinion, if you live the way God wants you to live, you'll be a happier person. I consider myself as a glass is half full person.
53, Plano, TXIn search of a mate .. to walk together the rest of our lives .. I am a journalist, 49 years old, with full-time job who lives in Plano, Texas, with a daughter of 17 years ... I consider myself an intelligent, sensitive, passionate guy.. I like to talk about almost every issue.. I'm a news junkie.
25, Royse City, TXI have no idea what to write here considering it seems like I'm talking to myself, so I'll simply make note of some facts about me. I'm a pretty down-to-earth and easy-going guy. I might come off as a bit lazy at times (I mean, who doesn't enjoy to see what Netflix has to offer every now and then), but I do work hard overall. I'm fairly introverted and maybe even slightly awkward, but I still like people! I'm a big fan of math, philosophy, and theology. I love movies, both watching and criticizing them. I enjoy playing and watching sports like golf, basketball, and football. I also have a fondness for puns. My Catholic faith is the most important aspect of my life. If you wanna know anything else, let me know!
31, Kerens, TXChivalry is not dead and through God all things are possible. I've always been Catholic, but was not always the best at following the teachings. I believe things happen for a reason and now, closer to my faith than ever before and the happiest I have ever been. I have a son who is my pride and joy. He's my everything(and yes I am a single father). I don't judge because that is up to God. I have ALWAYS found myself on the short end of the stick in relationships, so right now I guess I am just looking to start fresh and find someone who truly appreciates me and will honor me as I honor them.
28, Carrollton, TXMy greatest passion is helping others. I enjoy going on mission trips and helping those most in need. Instead of going on trips simply for travel, I enjoy much more going on Mission. However, I do find great pleasure in just being around my family. Thankfully, I have most of my siblings around 30 minutes away and 10 nieces/nephews I can spend time with. So just being with them is a great joy that I can't get enough of.
25, Dallas, TXI like to travel, hike, camp, stay active, and generally be outdoors. God gave us so many wonderful things in the world and I hope to see the most I can in my life. My best memories come from my travels, and I hope to make some awesome memories with a special person.
26, Dallas, TXHave never done this online thing. Decided to check out of curiosity. Honestly I dont know where I would be with out this beautiful Catholic faith. My faith is a part of my life. I believe we're all here for a reason. The reason is to choose to Love God and reach our destination to heaven and help others as well. My family is also very important.Even though we have our differences. I know we can count on each other. Have two Goddaughter that mean the world to me. Love them as if they where my own.
40, Dallas, TXHey there! My name is Brian. I am most passionate about growing in Christ and working to become the best Catholic Christian possible and I need some help! Hehe My maternal grandmother, my mom's older sister, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ and EWTN have been the most influential in my life. In my free time I like to read, listen to Catholic Radio, watch great movies, listen to music, and play guitar.
61, Lewisville, TXYoung minded active guy who loves the outdoors Hi enjoy the changes in seasons the festivals sports like the Cowboys and the Rangers and some NASCAR
28, Mesquite, TXI enjoy trying new things and living life to the fullest. I've enjoyed traveling and living overseas but I'm glad to be back in Texas. I'm a recruiter for the Navy so between work and working out, my weekdays are pretty busy.
46, Texas City, TXI am paasionate about adventure and getting to know people and their life style. Caring and love is the most appreciated aspect of life I cherished. I swim, play chess, basketball and table tennis.
Catholic Dating By Major City:
- San Antonio,
- El Paso,
- Fort Worth,
- Corpus Christi,
- Texas City,
- Sugar Land
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- Diocese of Amarillo,
- Diocese of Austin,
- Diocese of Beaumont,
- Diocese of Brownsville,
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- Diocese of Fort Worth,
- Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston,
- Diocese of Laredo,
- Diocese of Lubbock,
- Diocese of San Angelo,
- Archdiocese of San Antonio,
- Diocese of Tyler,
- Diocese of Victoria