78, Taylor, PAI am an avid reader, mostly fiction and heart warming stories. My Mother, some school teachers, and my husband and son. First the Lord God. My leisure time is spent reading, going out to dinner, or just relaxing.
69, East Stroudsburg, PADiversified professional and currently a program specialist in a sheltered workshop. Been there, done that woman. It is important to me to be able to make a significant difference in the lives of others and, the world. Dreaming and executing those dreams is what I am about. Overcoming adversity with the help of God is so rewarding. Living my Catholic faith everyday in every way is what it's all about. Giving of self and one's possessions is up lifting to the spirit. Reaching out to all God's children provides me with a sense of fulfillment and peace.
33, Hazleton, PAI'm tremendously grateful to be a Catholic, choosing to adhere to the Faith in it's fullness. I'm here to see if there's a man who can help me get to Heaven, walk through life with me, and make the journey as fulfilling and joyful as possible along the way...even (and maybe especially!) through its bumps & detours. What does this man look like? Don't know! I'd like to find out! :) The Eucharist, beautiful architecture/art, quotes, Autumn, good conversation, and true people are a few of the things that make my heart happy. I love the Faith & the USA fiercely. (If you are an international gentleman, I ask you to carefully consider that I don't intend to raise a family outside the USA. :) I vote but fear deeply for the US considering the path she's on. (If you voted for Obama or Hillary please don't contact me.) I support our Armed Forces but could weep for laws concerning them that passed in the name of "tolerance." I love books. Hope you don't mind, because chances are my nose will be buried in one at some point! :) My music/drama tastes are fairly eclectic/international and thus a bit, er, obscure? Gosh, it's rough being so excited about something no one else is...we could just go find a used bookstore or a colorful street bazaar to browse. ;) In dress, I try to strive for refinement without fastidiousness, modesty with grace, & individuality without rancor. It's a way I define my femininity in a world where lack of definition has become the new norm. Being a big sister, I've got a family I love. I've a good notion of who I am as a woman, an American, & a faithful Catholic. I'd rather listen than talk, mostly. I'm a saver; can be trusted around bank accounts. (No, really, I can! Promise. ;) The pyramids of Egypt, the marvels of old Christendom, and the beauty here in America have long called me. Conversely, some of my most contented moments are in the kitchen armed with a good recipe & a glass of red wine. I do random things like spend an hour looking for beautiful art, have a smattering of Turkish and Korean I've picked up from some of their media pop into my thoughts, extol the Oxford comma, or the dangers of pesticides & GMOs in our food, turn on music from Armenia, discuss the letter of the law vs. the spirit of the law... Yes: wine, good dramas, gun ownership, and the right to buy as many shoes as I desire ;) Oppose: same-sex 'marriage', abortion, Islam, questionable "apparitions" such as Medjugorje, embryonic stem-cell research, euthanasia.
62, Williamsport, PAOut on my own for the first time in 20 some years. What am I looking for, you tell me, I didn't ask to be hear. Are there any real people in this world or is everyone consumed by this fantastic" stay in touch with the rest of the world" culture we live in? Now that I have expressed my displeasure with our worlds social habits I would like to let you know I am not completly crazy. It would be nice to add alittle more peace and tranquillity to my existance other than payer and mass. I enjoy smiles, nature, quite mornings, family,cooking ,and oh ya golf.
53, Bethlehem, PAI am happy and positive. I am honest and trusting. I think that is very important. God and family are my priority.. I love spending time with family. I take care of myself to be healthy., I enjoy the outdoors very much, like to hike, bike, long walks, roller blading. No drama here, not materialistic. I am a little shy sometimes. That is what brings me to this site and to find a man who has strong Catholic values.
37, Mount Pocono, PAAve Maria! I dearly love The Blessed Virgin Mary and attribute all the many "miracles" in my life to Her and the power of Her Most Holy Rosary which I have had the Grace to cling to. She snatched me out of the novus ordo and guided me to the true, wondrous Traditional Latin Mass and I thank God for His great kindness and faithfulness to me ever granted through Her. By Her Heavenly Intercession, I was brought into this world, saved from countless perils, led to many truths, and granted so many beautiful Graces and Blessings - and I know She will continue Her special, great work in me.
32, Hazleton, PAHello I'm Anthony, . Well let me think here. I don't exactly know where to start. The whole online dating idea is a little awkward for me, and I really have no idea what I'm doing.:-] I guess when my future children ask....Dad how did you and mommy meet? I can say uuuummmmm I met your mom on the internet and it was love at first sight!!!! hahahahaha that's my sense of humor talking. I am a man who knows exactly what he wants out of life. I enjoy singing dancing playing guitar, hanging out with my friends. This summer I'm working up the courage to go sky diving. Will see how that pans out I have a fear of heights to over come, and the list goes on. I was raised traditional Catholic. I owe that to my parents for us praying the rosary every night before going to bed. I would absolutely want the same in my own family.
25, Freeland, PAI recently discovered Philadelphia's wonderful live music scene, and its been a huge help readjusting to my new life here in the Keystone State after moving here from New York.
51, Bushkill, PAI'm here because I would like to meet a nice Catholic guy.. to be friend first and hopefully end an a relationship I'm Dominican living at Pocono.. I have two children.. love the outdoor..I will tell you more later..
18, Factoryville, PAHello there, I'm a college student studying Wildlife Biology at Keystone College. I'm a big animal lover so to say though I'm not a vegetarian nor would I ever consider becoming one. I'm especially into lizards , but the Dorms don't allow them sadly. I'm a pious person, I have been since I was ten. I really thank God for blessing me with a grandmother who is so strong in the faith to help me learn and discover my own faith. She taught me the Rosary when I was young and always keeps me in her prayers. I couldn't get to where I am now without them. I love reading, and writing. I hope to become an aspiring author one day. Some of my favorite novels are Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park, ans John Green's The Fault in our Stars. Apart from fiction I also read non-fiction. I have a collection on books on Military History from various time periods. I carry books on Lizard care, Dinosaur toxonomy, and firearms. Above all I read the Holy Scriptures often, usually during my own private Bible studies. These have helped me understand my faith, and Church teaching better. My favorite Bible quote is Matthew 16:18 "And so I say to you. Thou art Peter(Rock) and upon this Rock (Peter) I shall build my Church, and the Gates of Hell shall not prevail against it." I love this excerpt because it shows the origin of the Papacy in Saint Peter. I am enjoy reading through scripture and constantly finding new thinvs I never knew before. As hinted at earlier I am into firearms. They're one of my many passions. I am a strong proponent of the Second Amendment because I strongly believe in the Church's teaching in the right to self defense. Christ even told his Apostles to arm themselves when traveling. I am somewhat of a gun nerd. I try and go to the range with my family as often as I can. I love watching movies, especially Horror films. My favorite Horror movies include, The Conjuring, Insidious, and The Exorcist. I also love to Watch A Haunting on Destination America. Horror films and TV shows like this actually made me very Catholic when I was very young. I said to myself if the Devil is real God most define try is real as well. I love to go out to the movies, and out to eat. I especially love hiking, going to the range, handling Reptiles, and having long conversations over the phone and in person.
20, Sugarloaf, PAHi, My name is Marie-Adelaide; but everyone calls be Addie. I am very passionate about my faith, and my family. If someone tries belittle my belief's, or mess with my family then they better watch out because they will get an ear full from me. I will not stand for anyone that messes with God, my family or me. I am the youngest of 7, with four older brothers, and two older sisters. I have six nephews, and two nieces. My family is everything to me aside from God. I have a bubbly temperament, and can be unpredictable at times. I thoroughly enjoy a good conversation of sharing opinions and beliefs. My favorites things to do are; gardening, listening to music (while playing spider solitaire), tending to my aquariums, and being outside. I also like to read, sew, bake, and watch movies I have three aquariums with African cichlids. I am constantly amazed how God has made each one of them different with their own personalities. I could watch them all day. I own a black cat; named Chloe and a labradoodle puppy named Josie. My favorite animals are dogs, horses, cats, and then my fish. My favorite quote is "My God, what will happen to me today, I do not know; but I do know that nothing will happen to me which Thou hast not foreseen or ordained for my greater good. I accept, then, Thy thrice holy will; I submit myself to it, and desire to delight in it despite all the revolts of my reason, and the repugnance's of my nature" by Mme. Elizabeth, Louis XVI's holy sister.
27, Sugarloaf, PAI come from a big Catholic family- one of seven. So many benefits to growing up in a big family. My parents have been married for 35 years and my grandparents for 65 years. My Faith is important to me....The toughest struggle for a Catholic in this world is finding the balance in the expression " living in the world, yet not OF the world." The object of a spouse is someone to help you get to Heaven in the everyday-ness of life. More later and much more articulate! ;) St. Joseph, pray for us!
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