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  • Edel, 49 from Melbourne, AU
    49, Melbourne, AU
    I was in USA visiting Virginia and surrounding regions in Pa and Cleveland Ohio in December 2015 and am visiting Texas and Kansas in July 2016.. I am a committed 7/7 Catholic who regularly attends the Latin Mass as well as reverently offered Norvus Ordo Masses (English Mass with revised reforms correctly observed). I really like Steve Woods ethos/philosophy on family and parenting and classical home education. I love my faith, and seek to spread it by whatever means I can. I like Catholic Apologetics, gardening, keeping fit and am a bit of a chatterbox. I love children and working with them.I weigh 112 pounds, am fit but petite and can still have children at 48. My ideal has always been to be a simple stay home mum . Good fun with no compromise of morals or character is really important to me. I have considered moving to the USA since Patrick Madrid (brilliant Catholic apologist ) first suggested this to me over 20 years ago, but due to better living costs brought my daughter up in Australia. We learned to live off thin air, thanks to having green fingers and great thrift shops but I was able to own my home outright and my daughter ran her own piano school at 14 ( and can save like me, she save 21 grand by age 19 whilst at university) and now I can afford to travel. Although I am a single mother I have never been married (no paternal access) and am proud to say my daughter has developed into a very strong and independent Catholic theologian. I have fulfilled my parental duties (although you are a parent till 6 foot under) and know parents can't cling onto their children- they are God's first on loan to us, and that she will be a good catholic wherever God sends her.
  • Mary, 25 from Melbourne, AU
    25, Melbourne, AU
    Dia Duit, so my name is Mary and I am from the beautiful Land Down Under. I am from a wonderfully strong, practicing-Catholic, Irish-Australian family which has and constantly still does strengthen my personal and spiritual development. I was unfortunately an only child, although I have 33 cousins on my maternal family's side so I am very blessed to have "replacement siblings", one of whom is my goddaughter. I am a teacher who is currently taking a hiatus from full time work and working as a substitute teacher instead. I attend both Novus Ordo and the Latin rites. I don't want to go on too long about myself because that wouldn't leave too much room for getting to know people the old fashioned "having a conversation" way, now would it?! For those who are into MBTI personality profiles, I am an INTJ (I know, very rare for a female). I believe that websites such as CatholicMatch are wonderful opportunities for people to meet each other as an introduction and even as a way of creating friendships that could possibly lead somewhere. But in order to find the right person God has in store for me, I need to face-to-face meet that person (eventually, after all there is only so long you can Skype, as wonderful a technological tool as it is) which means that for those who are interstate/overseas from myself, they need to really consider whether when they say in their profiles that they are "willing to have long distance relationships" that they truly mean it because I am completely honest when I say that I do. I don't like wasting people's time only to later say "this isn't going to work, you live too far away" and I certainly don't appreciate it when it's been said to me. Having said that, ironically I will say next: don't be a stranger and jot down a line or take my interview questions. Keep in mind that I am looking to seriously meet people that I am compatible with for friendship or maybe more and that I have no satisfaction in wasting your time or having mine wasted either. God bless!
  • Caecilia, 30 from Melbourne, AU
    30, Melbourne, AU
    I find it ridiculously difficult to write about myself so I'll just try and think of what friends often say about me. So I've been told I'm a bit of a walking contradiction. I can be very reserved and introverted but if I 'click' with someone I can become one of the chattiest people. I come across as very girly and feminine yet I have a concurrent unhealthy obsession with '24' and 'Downton Abbey'. My favourite TV shows and movies lie more in the realm of action and drama. I love literature and history and I prefer travelling to areas that are rich in history. I'm quite creative and love fashion, sewing and general arts and crafts. Most people find this amusing as it's a big contrast to my day job. I'm attracted to people who are driven yet humble, have a sense of humour and who are realists +/- a healthy dose of cynicism. I'm a pretty easy going person and I truly believe that being happy really comes from within yourself and finding a special someone just amplifies that rather than filling a void. I'm actually pretty content with my life right now and am happy being single until the right person comes along.
  • Brigitta, 30 from Tynong, AU
    30, Tynong, AU
    I am an old-fashioned Traditionalist. I have been to the Latin Mass all my life and wouldn't change it for the world. So having said that.... I'm not an overly chatty person. I guess I'm an introvert and very private. I will socialise and I don't mind meeting new people, but couldn't do it on a weekly basis. My idea of a great night is a good home-cooked meal (or romantic dinner out) and then curl up on the couch to watch a good movie. Perhaps read a gripping novel by the fire... I don't mind hiking and absolutely love checking out new places that have great views. (ie. waterfalls are my favourite)
  • Anne, 49 from Ballarat, AU
    49, Ballarat, AU
    Thankyou for taking the time to view my profile. My Catholic faith is the highest priority in my life. I was raised in a Catholic Family, with 3 other siblings, by two hard working parents, on a wheat and sheep farm in central Victoria. My parents were married for 50 years before my father passed away in 2009. I got swept away with the secular culture and turned my back on God. I met and married my husband during my time in the military, in 1990. God blessed us with 7 children before my husband walked away with another woman in 2007. I gave my life over to God and began to seriously study the Catholic Faith. I was hungry for it and consumed it with a passion. It was during this time I discovered "The Theology of the Body" given to us by the Great John Paul II. I purchased all the resources I could and began the task of schooling my children in authentic Catholicism. My husband and I separated in 2007, Divorced in 2011. I sought an annulment and was granted this in 2013. I have been seriously discerning, by prayer and fasting, the vocation that God has for me. I have not dated another man at all since my husband left as I needed to come to know myself before almighty God and prepare my heart, mind and soul, ready to give and receive as God intended. I am serious about finding the right spouse so if you feel called to me, put it to prayer and please message me I love to pray, read, and study the Faith with my children. I am also passionate about health and nutrition by nature, as God intended. I love spending time in my organic garden and paddock. I also enjoy making clothes and knitting, going to a movie occasionaly, provided it supports authentic Christian values. In January of 2013, I relocated to my home state of Victoria to be closer to my own family and purchase my own home being free from a mortgage This decision cost me full custody of my four youngest children, whom I now only have during school holidays. My 3 oldest are independent adults, 2 working and 1 at University.
  • Lucy, 40 from Sydney, AU
    40, Sydney, AU
    I'm a bit of a homebody, but I would travel far to find and make a loving home. I love writing - stories, emails, and letters - and I love books, too (mine are arranged by colour.) I'm a choleric-melancholic, which is why, even though I can't read a map, change a tyre, or do mental arithemetic, I can help a frightened person to feel brave and a grieving person to laugh. I'm active in my Latin Mass parish, where I sing in the choir and am the presiding queen of the parish children's bookclub, but I do go to the New Mass, too, at times. I'd rather watch a documentary than a romance; I'm shy of big parties but can talk with good friends for hours; children tend to love me, and I them, (and I am the proud owner of a 'book-man,' which is a paddle-pop stick adorned with googly eyes and a bow-tie, made for me by a child in our parish.) I love autumnal weather and afternoon teas; I like going for walks, and baking cakes and gingerbread. I also make the world's best sausage rolls! (Just putting it out there.)
  • Christine, 31 from Melbourne, AU
    31, Melbourne, AU
    Trying my best to live in the moment and to live in love. Im passionate about helping people who are suffering, helping people to find God and animal rights
  • Nellie, 20 from Melbourne, AU
    20, Melbourne, AU
    So here's some about me. My name is Nellie Slee, Born and raised cradle Catholic, with strong catholic parents, who rarely let any of us get away with anything. I'm the youngest of 10 (11) children (with one in heaven,) eight boys (one in heaven) three girls. So outnumbered. I love the country, I was raised on a small hobby farm.. Where I still 'technically' live, When not staying with siblings or babysitting, (Which is more often then not) I have many nephews and nieces, in fact there is twenty eight now. I'm currently babysitting/helping out with a family expecting baby #10 I go to Sunday mass every week, and sometimes I'm able get to a few more masses in the week, which is wonderful. I like to go to the Latin Mass when I can, but it's not as often as I'd like. Daily Rosary has always been a tradition in the family, and over the years we would add extra prayers "trimmings" at the end.. Which are nearly as long as the rosary itself. I love music, I have playing in the background most of the time. especially the soundtrack/music from movies, unfortunately I have no musical talent with instruments whatsoever! I love to read when I have the chance. I've tried writing but I get destacted easily. Please feel free to message!
  • Camille, 28 from Brisbane, AU
    28, Brisbane, AU
    Hi I'm Cam I like having fun. It's very hard I don't know how to write this if you want to find out about then talk to me. I work in a childcare centre. .. I want some one to love so I can help get him, myself and children if I have them God willing , to get to my one goal in heaven to be in heaven for all eternity
  • Gina, 50 from Perth, AU
    50, Perth, AU
    My life is a mix of growing food and gardening plus looking after my mother. I enjoy line dancing and cooking food, small country towns and praying the rosary. I've learned over the years that whatever happens in my life, good or bad, it is God's way of teaching me who He wants me to be and that I can trust in His providence.
  • Rachael, 31 from Sydney, AU
    31, Sydney, AU
    Hi I'm Rach, a paediatric nurse from Sydney. I enjoy exploring and travelling to new places, experiencing different cultures and helping those less fortunate. My family and friends are key influencers in my life and I enjoy spending quality time with them. I am the eldest of seven kids- we are a really close knit bunch. They encouraged me to try this site as a way of meeting others with similar morals and values. I feel that through using this site great friendships with the aim of working towards marriage can and may be formed. I am an artistic individual who has a very dry sense of humour and is often prone to sarcasm. I am a fun, extroverted but realistic person who likes music and dance - particularly musicals. I take after my dad in my love of fishing (yes I can bait a line) and cricket - as my dad would joke 'I'm a real catch' :p I have recently started learning French which I am really enjoying I love children - this makes my job as a children's nurse alot easier. To be able to make a child laugh and giggle through the adversities that these tiny people often face is the brightest part of my day and truly warms the soul In my free time I like to drive and explore new places, cook and trial new recipes (most of the time the food is eatable:), play card games or board games, swim and walk on the beach - anything to relax
  • Kathryn, 39 from Sydney, AU
    39, Sydney, AU
    I think most people regard me as an intelligent, creative and caring person. I'm nice, friendly, funny, honest, playful, perceptive and polite. All that alliteration was an accident by the way - as was that alliteration. Truth be told, I'm a bit of an old-soul, but one who is just a kid at heart. I love Jesus. I'm not afraid or ashamed of the Gospel. And I thirst for holiness. My soul longs to grow in unison with someone; to drink from and dwell by the spring of life in company. But the question is: with whom? Whomever it is, I am a traditionalist when it comes to the roles of men and women, so he would need to be wise, kind and of profound faith too. I live in a quaint little town which I moved to for a more peaceful life. I have no problem with big cities - in fact, I rather enjoy them - but if I lived in the city again, I would always like to have a country retreat. I'm sporty. I enjoy a wide variety of food and wine. I'm a thinker, and I think deeply about mysteries of faith and life, and write about them. In fact, if I didn't want a husband (which I do) I would be a contemplative nun. As it is, I am considering religious life not because I haven't found anyone yet, but because I want to know whether or not I'm looking in the right place. Does that make sense? Anyway, whether all that sounds intriguing or positively awful, it seems to me that when searching for a soul mate one ought to first examine the soul and then the details of someone's life rather than the other way round. Compatible habits and preferences are important, of course, but these things can change, and quite often do - particularly when two compatible souls finally meet. All the best with your search. Pax.