56, Mobile, ALCan I really find love, the man God wants for me, at my age on an online Catholic dating site? I hope and pray so. It would be wonderful. I do love my Catholic faith. It is very important to me and sharing that faith with a partner is something that would be a true blessing from God. I pray to meet a Catholic man who could add more meaning to my life through friendship, companionship, sharing our faith, interests, etc. In other words, a partnership of compatibility, understanding, and trust. This is a big crazy world. I want to spend the second part of my life with the love of my life and with the man God intended for me. Being alone without a family isn't in my DNA. I pray I am smart enough to recognize him when I see him and he accepts all of me with all of my faults. :) I have set a few goals for my life. I've checked off a few, but have put off several more due to responsibilities. I now want to try to affect some sort of change in this country back to its' origional Christian roots and create a family life of my own to name a few. I enjoy cultural type activities. I love the arts and welcome any chance to attend a concert, opera, play, movie, arts&crafts event, etc. I hope one day to have more free time to dabble in taking a few classes of my own as a hobby.
37, Daphne, ALI love hanging out with family and friends and surrounding myself with good, truthful, honest people. I tend to believe I work hard during the week and thrive on every challenge with which I am faced. I enjoy relaxing on the weekend, yet I also enjoy an amazing Saturday of productivity with household projects. I love a nice fall breeze, a crisp cool winter morning, blooming flowers and the smell of fresh cut grass in the spring, and most of all enjoying the water, sun, beach, and boating in the summer! I am in love with the south and being near the water! Activities I enjoy in my free time are listening to live music, sunsets on the bay, boating, fishing, going for a jog, drinking beer/wine, watching movies, chatting, and Alabama Football!!
27, Mobile, ALI am your typical southern belle. I grew up in Louisiana with nine siblings and have strong family values. I currently live in Mobile and am heavily involved in the Catholic community. I attend several of the young adult events as well as other events around the diocese. I am looking for a man who holds the same morals and values as I do as well as maybe making a few new friends in the area.
58, Rutledge, ALJesus came teaching and healing. Because He is our Example, we are to do the same. As a young girl, I became interested in identifying wildflowers. Later, I learned that wildflowers, herbs, are what people used for medicine for centuries. The Greeks and Romans, particularly, were great herbalists. Christians from the time of Christ used and greatly increased this knowledge of anatomy and healing. The Creator gave us the "leaves of the tree for the curing of the Gentiles." Apocalypse 22:2. The medicinal properties of the herb can be gotten by simply eating the herb, or in teas, tinctures, poultices and salves. Each person needs to have a thorough knowledge of the body, because the body is Our Lord's Temple. We all need to know where the organs are positioned and what their function is. Although, we are not made the same as animals, it is good for one to butcher different animals, to learn about the texture, color, shape and placement of the internal organs. Other things important to restore and maintain health are rest, sunshine, fasting, fruit and vegetable juices and the use of hot and cold water, internally and externally. There is no way nor need for everyone to know the use of every herb, but it is important for all to know some basic herbs. If we learn to tend our health the way the Creator intended, we will become free of such evil institutions as the American Medical Association, etc. In the early to mid 1900's Morris Fishbein was head of the AMA. One of his main goals was to persecute Dr. Harry Hoxsey and close down his cancer clinics. Dr. Hoxsey was a selfless man who cured thousands of the dread disease, cancer. In his madness Fishbein had Dr. Hoxsey arrested and jailed more than 100 times in a 10 year period. The AMA was murderous then, it is far worse now! Also, it is the AMA who executes the mass genital mutilation, "circumcision", of our holy infant boys. This "circumcision" is not hygienic, not Mosaic, not Biblical, not a curb for masturbation, not a fix for cervical cancer, nor a prevention for AIDS. This "circumcision" IS rape, IS anti-Christ, IS destructive of souls, IS excruciatingly painful and IS used for subjugation of a man to our Lord's enemies. So let us prayerfully learn to Cleanse and Nourish our bodies and at the same to Cleanse and Nourish our souls. There is nothing more healing than the love we have one for another. Let us put away selfishness and give of ourselves to the good of Jesus' little Flock.
49, Dothan, ALHi, I'm Lynn. I'm a history buff and I love the Chicago Cubs, who have won the World Series! My faith and my family are extremely important to me. I'm an independent woman who loves to travel, dine out, and have great conversation. Let me know if you'd like to get one started.
26, Mobile, ALHello, I decided to give this site a try... In general, I like to do things that are meaningful and have a purpose. I love participating in charitable events, either volunteering or just attending. I enjoy going to Mass, daily if possible :) I would say my favorite things to do in my free time are playing sports, listening/playing music, hanging out with friends, cooking...
30, Fairhope, ALI love most anything active and outdoorsy, and love things that challenge me to push myself. I'm most passionate about improving myself and encouraging others to do the same. I love and cherish the gift of my life. I hope to become the person God has created me to be. A commitment to daily mass, daily rosary and daily adoration has become a necessity for me.
72, Gulf Shores, ALI like to walk on the beach, read a good book, look thru flea markets and antique shops. Ship Shewanna was fun. I like movies, theater, going out to eat, sporting events. I like to play volleyball and tennis and cards but my late husband who was very competitive told me I was not very good at it.
46, Daphne, ALGenerous and kind. Family oriented. I love to smile and laugh. I love Christ and the Catholic Faith. Looking for someone who will be kind, strong in faith and family oriented.
52, Elberta, ALI am a visionary. I like to put things together. It doesn't have to be grand but I have organized 5K runs, weddings, benefits, showers and parties. I love to entertain. I love to have people come into my home and feel the love that is shared here. I have worn many hats in my life from farmer's daughter to being professionally educated. I enjoy a quiet evening on the back porch with a little fire and good conversation. I love to dance especially when a man twirls me. The most influential event in my life was making my cursillo. That was life changing for me.
40, Montgomery, ALHello! I'm excited about what life has to offer and would love to meet a nice guy to share that journey with me! I've tried dating individuals without any concern for their religious background but no matter how nice the person, my Catholic beliefs are very important to me and I feel the best match will be a gentleman who understands and accepts that. For hobbies, I enjoy working out, jogging, photography, hiking, camping, travel (I actually don't mind airports!), playing with my dogs, going to the movies and much more. I'm also very close to my family and talk/visit with them as much as I possibly can. All in all, I'm looking for someone down to earth and even-keeled. I wish everyone good luck in their search!
77, Huntsville, AL
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