36, Rockland, MAHello. I am looking to meet some like-minded Catholic friends who value their faith and attend weekly Mass. I hope that I can find someone that enjoys similar activities and interests as me and is close in age :)
26, Lynn, MAI have never been very at describing myself but here it goes: I'm a friendly person who also honest, trustworthy and sincere. When come to friends I'm loyal to the end. As a former art student I still have a passion for the arts. For my down time, I enjoy reading (comic books included), drawing, or playing some video games (Fatal Frame is a personal fave) and on occasion visiting a museum or gallery. As for the most influential person in my life is a little hard for me since I believe that people are shaped and grow from experiences and interaction we have with the people that we come across in our daily lives.
21, Boston, MAHi! I am currently a student at Emerson college in Boston studying Writing, Literature, and Publishing. Catholicism is and always have been a huge part of my life. Service is very important to me. I don't always agree with the more political side of the church but I definitely believe in the fundamental elements of Catholicism. I love to read and write, and I love community service. :)
33, Sharon, MAI'm really passionate about being a great mom for my daughter. I like to be home, cooking from scratch, entertaining her friends, and being available to her as she gets older. I'm very close to my daughter and she has been the major influence of my life. I had her when I was in college, and have made my way as a single parent all the way from an undergrad at UMass Amherst to a master's degree from Boston College. I am also an avid gardener, camper and dog lover. I try not to watch any mainstream tv, and prefer to binge watch a series for a few weeks, if it's great. Amy Schumer Show, Humans, and Jane the Virgin are the top 3 I've enjoyed recently. I'm kind of a podcast addict too, and probably enjoy politics way more than most people.
53, Ayer, MAI live my life in active recovery, my faith is crucial and always developing. I am interested in sharing my life with someone who is on the same journey or at least tolerant and understanding of where I am at. Work takes a lot of my time, down time is spent with recovery programs, creative pursuits, reading, and exercise. I also love animals and music. Attending Mass weekly is something we could also share.
64, Leominster, MA
31, Worcester, MAI love people, understand them, care them. I am Vietnamese, not Japanese or Chinese. There is a big community of Vietnamese in California because in 1975 when the South Vietnam government left Vietnam run to America after they were beaten up by the North government, many staffs who worked for America were picked up by air plane, many other staffs and other citizens took the boat with more than 50% risk of dead included being robbed by pirates, sexual abuse especially women, being thrown to the sea, being hungry and thirsty on the salt water ocean and there were of a lot people died from the war and died from escaping. People who did not left Vietnam during that time and worked for the South were put into the prison for many years. Many family were separated due to the war. Most of people in the South, some in the North but worked for the South also run to America in 1975 on boats like Mayflower boats to have freedom, jobs and not being hungry. Most of Vietnamese do nails especially elder, international students, and old people with language barrier. They try not be to homeless or do prostitution to pay rent, take care their kids, old parents, school tuitions. I know many Vietnamese girls who are nail, facial, wax, eyelash extension salon owner can make 100 thousand dollars per year, they married White guys, Black guys, Spanish guys. My friend, she owns a salon, and and she opened a beauty academy school to help elder or non-English speaker, students get jobs anytime they want, she married a White blond hair guy, they are always in love and have a child as well. He looks young, cool around his 20's and she looks petite,does not have enough electricity or water body parts ( not have a big ass or a coconut size chest) but they are always in love. Vietnamese people are not the same, everyone is different, someone just care money only, but there are many people who have a good will, mind and heart. Many Vietnamese are doctors, engineers, all my cousins here graduated from college, one has master in finance, one has pHD in computer science, one is electrical engineer. They made a decent living.
45, Belmont, MAI enjoy road trips and international travel. I have not been doing much of it lately and I'd like to explore the hidden treasures of New England. I'm an avid reader and I love history, science fiction and spy novels. I listen to all types of music. I'll try it at least once. I tend to listen to music that fits my mood and interest.
68, Weymouth, MAI'm a kind woman with a love for Our Lord. Passionate about learning, especially church history. Love family & friends, walking with my Boston, pool aerobics & gentle yoga. Movies are my interest along with biographies. Looking for a gentle man who would like to joined in serving.
31, Cohasset, MA
24, Boston, MAHi! I'm Jordanna - my friends call me Jo. I'm a graduate student living/learning/working in Boston, but I grew up in Southern California. My family (extended family included) and friends are the most important people in my life, and my goal is to end up with a career which helps me to serve others. I love reading, hiking, eating, joining friends for board game nights, and learning new things. I'm always willing to meet people, whether it's a date or hanging out as friends.
43, Malacca, MY
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