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  • Michael, 50 from Auburn Hills, MI
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    50, Auburn Hills, MI
    I am a 49 yr old male who is financially sound. I was divorced in 2001 and consequently had the marriage annulled. This was a good lesson in Canon Law for me. I was constantly asked if I was getting married. That was not my intention for getting my marriage annulled. If I decide to marry again, it will be in a Catholic Church. I have two wonderful children from my first marriage. I work in the tri county area for an automotive parts supplier. I have a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and I am currently pursuing a Masters degree. I attend mass regularly. In fact I am there so much, many people have commented that I have a vocation. I have actually been considering the Diaconite. This is very serious though. There is intense scrutiny as to your motivation. The church wants to know that this is not a personal accomplishment for you rather a commitment to be Christ to others. Very deep. I also play an instrument in the church band. This is something I did throughout high school and stopped for 22 yrs. Just a year ago, I picked up my instrument and worked my way into the band. It has been a blessing. God working through me. Plus I have fun doing it. My church is definitely filled with the Holy Spirit. Have you ever seen a Catholic Mass where the congregation gives a standing ovation after the processional?? Granted they were already standing but the ovation was icing on the cake. I love the charimastic post vatican II renewal. As it was put to me "mass should be fun". I agree and I can see why so many fall away from the Catholic Church. Some masses are just not fun.
  • Kirsten, 32 from Ann Arbor, MI
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    32, Ann Arbor, MI
    I was raised nominally Protestant but I met Jesus and experienced a "true conversion" to Christianity in 2000 and to Catholicism in 2004. I work full time as an executive assistant at Legatus in Ann Arbor, Michigan which is a membership organization dedicated to helping Catholic CEOs study, live and spread their faith. I am practical, logical, and somewhat introverted but I also have a quirky, goofy side and take pleasure in many simple or nostalgic activities. In my free time I train for and compete in eventing which is an equestrian sport. I look forward to meeting a faithful Catholic man who is not just religious but genuinely loves Jesus and raising a family together if it is God's will.
  • Peter, 31 from Ann Arbor, MI
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    31, Ann Arbor, MI
    Hi, I'm Peter. I enjoy video games, tabletop (board) games, bicycling, sailing, swimming, and simply relaxing with a good book. I have an active imagination, especially when it comes to a good book! I am REALLY into tabletop games. I have an ever-growing collection, I watch every episode of TableTop, and I host a weekly game night for friends and senior citizens. I am loyal to and protective of my friends, no matter the cost. I believe honesty to be one of the most important aspects in a relationship. If you have something to tell me, say it straight to my face without worrying how to spare my feelings. I very much prefer not to relocate but to stay where I am, as I have a solid roof over my head, a good job, and a parish in which i am very involved.
  • Bob, 58 from Ann Arbor, MI
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    58, Ann Arbor, MI
    Devout Catholic - if you use phrases like "er, yes it's not in the Catechism, but it's in the "spirit" of Vatican II" we prolly wouldn't get along. Starting to get a little gray, but I told my hair that was o.k. as long as they all stayed put just where they were, and seems like they are all o.k. with that. I noted I don't eat out often, but I'd like to, it's one of the reasons for signing up here. I've been told by some people that I have a good sense of humor. Exercise often, typically during lunchtime at work when I can. Im in pretty good shape, most exercise is aerobic (elliptical , bike, etc). I like (good) beer, and I do drink, but typically limit my drinking to weekends/holidays/vacations. I have dabbled in Catholic apologetics, both on-line and elsewhere, and have learned quite a bit of doctrine/Catholic history through my study. Favorite EWTN show is The Journey Home. I attend a charismatic parish but being charismatic (or not) is not a big concern. I am a Catholic that is charismatic, not the other way around, and its not essential by any means. I believe the doctrine of papal infallibility would not be so strictly defined, but would extend to *all* matters a pope teaches on (including all his Super Bowl picks) , if all popes were Polish. My favorite saint is St. Bubba, who is the patron saint of Lost Fumbles. I have a pretty good job, also I have a mentally ill brother who I kind of look after he lives at a group home but I handle his finances, look after some of his needs, etc, - so moving out of SE Mich is just not going to happen. I have a number of family members in the area who wouldnt want me to leave either. However, I have no problem with driving 2-3 hours to see someone/take them out to dinner/etc if it looks like it would be fun.. Dunno where signing on to this site is going to lead to, but just going out with friends (as much as I like them) is getting a little old. Im a college football fan and Saturdays this coming fall you will find me at Ann Arbors main cathedral, Michigan Stadium. I realize this is a kind of stream-of-consciousness information dump, and if you are an English teacher you are probably really appalled right now, but Im a computer geek, for crying out loud, you should be happy I can write at all. One last thing, I used to have to wear a tie every day at work, but its strictly jeans/casual now, and I love it. Im pretty casual.
  • Garrett, 37 from Flushing, MI
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    37, Flushing, MI
    Born and raised Catholic in the mitten state! I love being Catholic, and I love the richness and depth of the faith. I'm in the midst of planning and leading retreats for youth on a traveling ministry team similar to the National Evangelization Team. My interests can be described as meat and potatoes.... with a little parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. If you know the reference, you get bonus points.. I'm kind of a guy's guy who can work on cars, shoot guns, talk rock and roll trivia, play guitar, but turn around and talk about what's happening in the Church, saints, or your latest endeavor in arts and crafts. But I feel like I don't fit in perfectly with all of those things.
  • Richard, 72 from Ann Arbor, MI
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    72, Ann Arbor, MI
    I enjoy my hermitage (a cabin on a lake ). I am blessed with 3 children and 14 grandchildren. My family is my wealth and my joy. I am a charismatic, ecuminical, roman catholic christian who is cynical, opinionated and a bit of a curmudgeon. I like mysteries, entertaining movies, walks, day trips, estate sales, people watching and good company. I also enjoy card and board games. I am looking for a best friend and then we will see what happens. I am a good listener and a night person not an early bird.
  • Kevin, 59 from North Street, MI
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    59, North Street, MI
    Hi to all single, divorced, and widowed women of the world. I was away for over 6 months for various reasons but have decided to return and try again. Recently attended Charismatic Catholic Retreat in Mississippi Feb. 6 - Feb 8 2015. I found it very rewarding and it removed a lot of mental pain from me also. With the "Laying of Hands" and other religious teachings, I found what I looking for finally. I will keep seeking out this type of religious retreats for the rest of my life and if time permits in the future, to become a volunteer for these retreats. Anybody reading this has never attended one of these retreats, I highly recommend it. This presents a very different light into catholic teachings and I found the Holy Spirit in great force at these retreats. This has turned me into a recovering human being with i hope a new view on life after becoming a widower. I am still searching for that one special women to fill the a big void in my life. Are you the one? Lets chat and find out. I am also looking for new friends too. I am looking for women who is not full of themselves and will try not be full of myself either. Appearance is kind of important for me. I have currently lost over 100lbs to date, and still have about 50 more to go. My original photo and current photo are both displayed to indicate the change. Healthy spirit, mind and body are very important to me now. I do like to have fun and also travel. Are you one for me, time will tell. I have been forced to make a career change at 57, and I don't like it. To try and keep some what close to a decent income, I have decided to become an "over the road " truck driver. I really enjoy in the south, I like the people and the culture. As for my future retirement plans, I still want to relocate to the gulf coast, I have found the people in the south very friendly and I no longer enjoy the cold weather of Michigan anymore. If any of this interest you, great, message me and lets start a conversation.
  • Andrew, 29 from Saline, MI
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    29, Saline, MI
    Hi, I'm Andrew. I am the type of person that seeks out challenges, in every aspect of life. I love strategy games like chess, and sports like tennis, soccer, and basketball. I also enjoy going to movies, riding my bicycle, singing and hanging out with my friends. I have never been the type of person that goes to parties all the time, but I can be a very friendly and caring person in a more quiet setting. One thing I found as a student is that I really enjoy tutoring other people, because helping someone understand a subject that they were struggling with is a very rewarding experience. In my experience, life is the most joyful when I am serving others.
  • Michael, 78 from Bloomfield Hills, MI
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    78, Bloomfield Hills, MI
    I have 76 trombones in my parade, soon to be 77. One of my five grown children is temporarily living at home. Having been widowed 7 years this is an adjustment. Sharing time with family and widowed friends is a highlight of my days. I volunteer at soup kitchen an deliver meals on wheels. Enjoy movies,dinners baseballs and good conversation..
  • Mary Elaine, 61 from Ann Arbor, MI
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    61, Ann Arbor, MI
    I like to interact with people, travel,nature. I was raised in a close family with a lot of support and encouragement. I enjoy cooking and learning new things
  • Aj, 29 from Detroit, MI
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    29, Detroit, MI
    Theres only a few things I care about in life: God, my church, my Family, my boys, my body, helping others, my students, my career, and my Harley. Was a martial arts instructor and life coach for a while, thought I needed to redirect my life to Law. I guess God does work in mysterious ways.
  • Bernadette, 29 from Ypsilanti, MI
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    29, Ypsilanti, MI
    Hi there! I find this "write about yourself" to be so awkward! I spend most of my time with my family, I'm super lucky to count my siblings as some of my best friends. I like to workout (I lift, I hate cardio), watch movies, and be outside. I don't have a ton of free time to do those things lately, as I have an AMAZING little one year old girl who is my pride and joy (and takes up a lot of energy!) I left the church for a number of years (hence - baby) but God really knew how to help me find my way back and have experienced an outpouring of grace, love and compassion from God and the members of the church since then. Life isn't always a cake walk, but I try to always remain grateful for the things that God has given me, including the life lessons that have made me who I am today.