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  • Susan, 35 from Langley, CA
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    35, Langley, CA
  • Noelle, 34 from Vancouver, CA
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    34, Vancouver, CA
    I live in downtown Vancouver and I absolutely love it. I often spend my time outdoors...I love running, even when it rains! I'm a practicing Catholic and I am looking forward to meeting a man who shares the same values and not shy to talk about their faith. Good luck with your search!
  • Ellis, 22 from Vancouver, CA
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    22, Vancouver, CA
    I'm looking for someone who is willing and able to convert me to the Catholic faith. I'm in love with the Catholic Church; unfortunately, I'm also an atheist. "Unfortunately," because I agree with Dostoevsky that "if there's no God, then everything is permitted," and I don't like meaningless anarchy very much. In fact I'm more serious about that God I don't believe in than a lot of Catholics probably are; that is, I don't want a watered down version of faith. I'm too much of an idealist for that. However, I'm better at asking questions than at finding answers. I'm also one of the craziest people you'd ever meet: take my word for it.
  • Melgie, 38 from Coquitlam, CA
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    38, Coquitlam, CA
    I am extrovert and loves to spend time with friends when I'm off work. Making friends and starting a conversation with a person I might first meet comes easy to me. I value relationships; therefore, I am loyal, honest and trustworthy to my friends. My hobbies are outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking, etc. I hope to try sky diving one day, despite my fear of heights! My passions include: - Anything I can work with my hands, i.e., minor repairs at home; - Designing my own clothes or doing alterations on clothing; and - Gardening, I could do this for hours.
  • Dorota, 23 from Surrey, CA
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    23, Surrey, CA
  • Rachel, 21 from Surrey, CA
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    21, Surrey, CA
  • Leydi, 37 from Vancouver, CA
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    37, Vancouver, CA
  • Nicole, 27 from Vancouver, CA
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    27, Vancouver, CA
    Hello. My name is Nicole. My passions include good health, eating well, reading art (amateur photographer, drawing, music, movies etc.) The most influential have been my professors, boss and people who like to give seminars about making the world a better place. In my leisure time I enjoy walks, writing, reading and going to coffee shops with friends or by myself.
  • Youngsook, 45 from Vancouver, CA
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    45, Vancouver, CA
  • Elis, 22 from Vancouver, CA
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    22, Vancouver, CA
    I'm a Catholic atheist. Which means that I want to believe in God, but I can't. That being said, I'm probably more serious about this God I don't believe in than most Christians. It's like Dostoyevsky wrote somewhere: even if it was mathematically proven to me that Christ never existed, I would still prefer to be with Christ and not with truth. Another writer I admire, Miguel de Unamuno, wrote along these lines: it's understandable not to believe in God; it's understandable, although unnatural and inhuman, to resign to the fact that there is no God; but to be happy about it is the most wicked thing there is. I fully agree with him on this. I also don't understand those Christians who take their faith lightly. On another dating website, people listed their religion, and a lot of them wrote: "Catholic, but it's not important," "Christian, and laughing about it." If it's true that your best friend agreed to be tortured and executed in order to save you, how could you possibly laugh about it? And how can it be unimportant whether you would spend ETERNITY with God or in torment, or whether you would simply cease to exist? I think that if there is a God, then there is nothing more important in the world than our relationship with Him. That being said, I'm not "saved." So far, God and I, we're playing hide and seek... I also have a beautiful daughter. It was NOT an accidental pregnancy: I was trying to get pregnant for 3 years, ever since I was 18. It was probably a mortal sin, but I was ready to be in order to have her. Her name is Vera Maria Dolores, she is a month and a half, and she is vying with God for the most important place in my life. Finally, I must say that I'm NOT looking for sex. All indecent messages will be deleted and will guarantee that you will be ignored.
  • Liana, 63 from Vancouver, CA
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    63, Vancouver, CA
    I enjoy cooking, listening to 60's and 70's music, and traveling. I like traveling the most and have travel to various country, my most influential experience would be when my son graduates from college and I attend the ceremony.
  • Tally, 38 from Vancouver, CA
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    38, Vancouver, CA
    Looking for an honest guy who accepts all the Catholic Church teaches without any room for comprising on the key principles of our faith. The person I'm seeking must be willing to accept the teachings of the Church prior to Vatican II and open to the idea of raising a family in a Latin Rite Church with the idea of enrolling our children in a Latin Rite private school.