32, Essex Junction, VTLegal professional in Essex Junction, VT. In my free time you can find me singing in my parish's choir, spending time with friends, rooting for the Red Sox and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, or Netflix-bingeing. I'm a bit shy when I first meet people, but become very outgoing and make a lot of jokes with people I've gotten to know. I spent my childhood outside DC in Maryland, went to college and law school in northern Indiana, and previously worked in Washington DC and Midtown Manhattan. I've been here in Vermont for two and a half years now, and definitely consider it home!
30, Colchester, VTI'm relatively new to Vermont, moving to the Burlington area at the end of 2014 for a job. I hail from southeast Michigan originally, and after a brief stint in Oregon, lived in Maine for several years prior to coming to Vermont. I'm definitely more of an introvert and can come across as overly polite at first, although I open up more once I know someone. I have a dry, somewhat sarcastic sense of humor, and love terrible puns. For fun, I tend to split my time between two rather different hobbies: gaming and outdoorsy stuff.
25, Colchester, VTI am a family oriented person who enjoys spending time with family and friends. Sports have been a big part of my life and I always enjoy playing anything from a pick up game of basketball to a game of bowling. I am hoping to find someone who shares the same values as me and who I can grow with each day.
26, Winooski, VTAbove all else my one true goal is to become a saint, and I'm looking for the woman with whom God means for me to live out the vocation I've discerned. Faithfully practicing "hard identity" Catholicism is central to my life, but as you may be able to tell from my photo album, competitive shooting is probably the second thing (after my Catholic identity) that my friends know me for. When the weather allows, I also enjoy exploring the winding back roads on my motorcycle on some of our beautiful Vermont days. Its an exercise in futility to try to adequately give a complete picture of who I am in these couple paragraphs, and I'm sure there's more I could say, but what's great about this site is that you can always ask if you want to know more!
24, Winooski, VTHey, I'm Eric and I'm originally from Massachusetts. I attended Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont where I graduated with a BS in Criminal Justice. After a few short years, I decided that I did not want to leave the beautiful state of Vermont. I enjoyed the scenery and easy access to many mountains the most, but as well as all the personal and professional connections that I had made while in school. My faith life has played a huge role in my life, even more so while in school. I have met many of my friends through the local Newman center and they have helped me grow in my faith. I admit that without this connection, I probably would have fallen away from my faith in college.
25, Castleton, VTRecent college graduate beginning work in my field. Enjoy spending time outside when possible doing just about anything, especially if water is involved. Prefer to keep active, be it exploring the woods, new part of town, trying new things, or anything else. I am generally terrible about describing myself so please feel free to ask questions.
33, Rutland, VTPassionate and caring are words that would best describe me. As an educator, I strive to support the kiddos I work with with tools for their success. I work hard to learn about students, and care for their needs. I also serve an active role in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, and recently have been employed as the Event Lead for the local Relay for Life. Helping the public to join the fight against cancer is an important part of my life. In my leisure time, I enjoy outdoor activities, including running, biking, hiking, and skiing. I often enjoy spending time outdoors whenever possible. However, I do enjoy spending time indoors with a good book, movie, or favorite television show. Some of the most influential people in my life have been my family and close friends. Their guidance, support, and influence have encouraged me to work toward my goals. Presently, I will be Event Chair for the Relay for Life, and will be starting my second master's in education administration in the spring.
34, Burlington, VTHi Everyone, It's a little hard for me to meet single women in my age range who are practicing Catholics. I thought I'd give this site a try. I'm willing to meet if we hit it off.
18, Richmond, VTMy name is Benjamin but everyone calls me Ben. I am not very good at talking about myself but I'll do my best. I am most passionate about composing music, programming games, drawing and painting, doing math, writing, and watching anime. I always put my friends and family first because I love being kind. I also love sarcasm and puns. I also love cooking. I love kids and I spent much of my childhood with kids younger than me (cousins, neighbors, etc) in addition to my friends. I want to have at least 3 kids. I live for God but the one thing I want in my life for my own sake is to be married. I've wanted to be married ever since I was 2 years old and I saw how happy my parents were together. Everything else in my life I do to try to use the gifts God gave me to make the world better.
35, Saint Albans City, VTI'm 35 years old and have a 9 year old boy. I'm not looking to have anymore children. I usually enjoy working on my vehicles and going to car shows and swap meets I'm big into old cars,trucks and tractors pretty much anything with an engine. I have two old cars. I also have coca cola and oil can collections however I don't seek them out as often anymore.
25, Castleton, VTOnly Traditional Catholics go to heaven!! What??!! Yes! Question for you: Are you willing to die then to commit another mortal sin? If not, in charity I must tell you : you're on the road to Hell, and you're not remotely ready for marriage. God is first in my life, without compromise. I love the Faith. God is not found IN other people, or WITH other people. A true relationship with God is fostered in solitude and unfortunately many people have never found this out for themselves or found God because they shun solitude and the graces that flow from detaching oneself from other human beings, who can subtly corrupt them. Human respect and worrying what others think is the greatest vice in my opinion and the greatest reason that many souls 1.dont fulfill their lot in life and 2. Don't make it to Heaven. We are not put on this Earth to have a good time, contrary to what modern society wants you to believe. As St Paul says "work out your salvation with fear and trembling" and to make up for what is lacking in the Body of Christ--through your flesh, mortifications, etc. I enjoy reading, playing chess, praying the rosary, and antiques. The Catholic Church is absolutely necessary for salvation. That's a dogma.Pray the 15 Decade Rosary every single day to root out vice and plant seeds of virtue.
24, Milton, VTHi! I am a graduate student at the University of Vermont, hoping to get my doctorate in Chemistry! This takes a up a lot of time in my life. But I try to enjoy many things during my free time. I love being outside either hiking, fishing or hunting. Most recently I've picked up beekeeping as a hobby!
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