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  • Elizabeth, 58 from Eugene, OR
    58, Eugene, OR
  • Nicole, 29 from Eugene, OR
    29, Eugene, OR
    I'm a silly, fun loving girl. I live for the simple things in life: country music, dancing, laughing, hiking, the outdoors. I graduated from CSU Fullerton with my Psychology degree. I love to spend my days outdoors or traveling to new places. I am currently in graduate school to get my Masters in Mental Health Counseling and I love working with youth and helping fight the negative stigma placed on those suffering from depression, suicide, and self injury
  • Amy, 27 from Eugene, OR
    27, Eugene, OR
    I am a passionate girl who loves all seasons and enjoys going for walks seeing the leaves change, smelling the fresh air. I love to do crafts and bake for holidays, Halloween, Christmas, Easter ect. During the week I work full time in a preschool. I like to go out with friends, or stay in and have drinks on the weekends. I go to church every sunday. I would love to find someone who has the same values as I do.
  • Jennifer, 28 from Eugene, OR
    28, Eugene, OR
    Maybe it comes off as cliche on a Catholic platform, but what I am most passionate about is the teachings of Jesus Christ. One of my favorite authors Rachel Held Evans wrote about the Kingdom of God that he proclaimed, "One that belongs to the poor, and to the peacemakers, the merciful, and those who hunger and thirst for God. In this kingdom the people from the margins and the bottom rungs will be lifted up to places of honor, seated at the best spots at the table. This kingdom knows no geographic boundaries, no political parties, no single language or culture. It advances not through power and might, but through acts of love and joy and peace, missions of mercy and kindness and humility. This kingdom has arrived not with a trumpet's sound but with a baby's cries, not with the vanquishing of enemies but with the forgiving of them, not on the back of a warhorse but on the back of a donkey, not with triumph and a conquest, but with a death and a resurrection." To this day, I could die searching for this kingdom where weakness is a strength and hope is expectant. Family is also very important to me. I'm close to my family in terms of visits and communication, though, alas not in distance terms. But I always carry them with me in my heart. What they think matters to me. Even when I have relatives who are difficult, I think it is a grace to be able to learn how to show love and courtesy. I always think that if I got married, I would like a big Catholic family. Dr. Gregory Popcak and his wife Lisa have written a lot about attachment parenting and Catholic parenting; a family centered on faith and togetherness. I would like that. I like going on little adventures. I love hikes, picnics, finding magical places to visit, exploring national forests, combing through seashores and lakeshores, camping, exploring unfamiliar towns. Right now, I just have two cats who are very dear to me. Animals give me a great sense of joy. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC 2416) states, "Animals are God's creatures. He surrounds them with his providential care. By their mere existence they bless him and give him glory. Thus men owe them kindness. We should recall the gentleness with which saints like St. Francis of Assisi or St. Philip Neri treated animals." I believe this and take it to heart. This is why "All Creatures of Our God and King" is my favorite hymn. It is why I started a vegan diet and found a love of plant-based cooking.
  • Michelle, 62 from Eugene, OR
    62, Eugene, OR
    I was baptized as an infant and attended CCD classes and vacation Bible school until about 12 years of age. My Mom divorced my Dad before I was two years old, and when she was only 18. I didn't meet my Dad until I was 10 years old. I began to visit him in the summers, and he was influential in leading me away from the Church into New Age occult practices. I spent the next 30 years "searching for myself" as they say. For a while I tried different protestant Churches. Then I began reading self-help books, took workshops, learned astrology, wore crystals, and went to listen to the wisdom of channelers, among other things. When I went to graduate school at the University of Oregon, I dropped all such practices and was "unchurched" for at least 10 years. Then in a way I can't explain, I kept getting a recurring thought to go back to Church, to go back to the Catholic Church. It took three years before I acted on that thought and called a priest. That was in March of 2007. The priest I called was a Dominican. We set up an appointment, and that was that. I had to learn all over again how to be Catholic. But spending most of my life away from the Church had shown me all the ways that people can go wrong--even when they're desperately searching for what is right. I just fell into the arms of Mother Church and wanted to learn all she had to teach. At one point, I was feeling very sorry and unworthy for many terrible sins in my life. In tears I opened my Bible "randomly" right to the story of the prodigal son. I almost couldn't believe it. My pastor helped me with an annulment of my marriage to the father of my 3 children. 2 years ago, my second husband died. Today, the Holy Eucharist is the source and summit of my life. I try to attend Mass daily. I love our Lord, our Blessed Mother, a lot of angels and saints, and our Church. I volunteer a lot of my time with parish activities and a local Catholic charity where I help with accounting. I'm just trying to discern if God has a man he wants me to meet...
  • Katharine, 23 from Eugene, OR
    23, Eugene, OR
    Hello, CM Land! I know this is where I'm supposed to "describe myself," but I'm going to be honest with you and say that I don't really know where to start. My favorite movies and books are often high fantasy and/or science fiction, but I also like classics such as anything Jane Austen. In short, my interests range from Colin Firth's Pride & Prejudice to Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. If you're looking for a girl who's into wearing lots of makeup and heels, that isn't me (more because my feet and skin can't tolerate it than because I don't want to, but whatever, lol). However, I do like to occasionally get dressed up in heels and makeup and go somewhere nice. If you want to know about my hobbies, I love reading, watching Netflix, cooking/baking, writing, music, you get the idea. I also really enjoy doing active stuff like swimming, hiking, and dancing. I'm not an adrenaline junkie, but if you catch me in the right mood I'm willing to try most adventures once, even if it's just so I can have bragging rights later, haha. If you want to chat, please don't be shy. I'm totally okay with just being friends at first and seeing where it naturally goes. If you don't want to, then I wholeheartedly wish you success in your search. Cheers!
  • Cristina, 47 from Eugene, OR
    47, Eugene, OR
    I'm divorce and I have two wonderful children. My youngest is in high school and he lives with me full time, and my oldest is moving to another state. I'm feeling lonely so I decide to look for a friend or a potential husband :) I enjoy walking holding hands, and dancing. I like to travel, shopping, help people, I like romantic surprises. I go to church on Sundays, I'm shy and I still need to work in my English, I like passionate kisses and movies. I will show you more pictures if you are interested to know me better.
  • Julie, 53 from Eugene, OR
    53, Eugene, OR
    I have been divorced for 2 years. I am in the process of getting my annulment. I am passionate about life. I am an artist. Watercolor is my Forte. I love singing at church. I have traveled to approximately 29 states and 3 countries. People who influenced me are my parents. I was born physicallychallenge. They decided to keep me even when the doctors tried to talk them into my demise. I have no use of my hands and limited use of my legs. I write with my teeth. Even though I have challenges, I am an enthusiastic beautiful woman. I am a mom of 1 young adult and 1 older teen. Where there is a challenge I try to triumph. God is my strength, love and everything. My leisure time: spent with my kids, family (when I can travel), watch Star Trek and other movies, exercise, nature, horseback riding, prayers, music, church, Rosary and so much more. I love animals! I have 3 cats, 2 dogs, 2 muscovy ducks and a bunny.
  • Brittany, 25 from Eugene, OR
    25, Eugene, OR
    Well hello there Catholic, alright, here we go...I am an awesome person who loves to work out, travel, have a good time and laugh at anything.I love the outdoors and exploring! I am super close to my family and yes, I am actually a Catholic that goes to church weekly. I am a driven person who has goals and dreams that I want to accomplish someday. I love life and have grown to truly appreciate the gift of each day and what it can bring, truly living in the present. :)
  • Jackie, 54 from Eugene, OR
    54, Eugene, OR
    I am new to Eugene and I would like to meet a faithful Catholic man for friendship and companionship that maybe could become more if it's in God's plan. I enjoy doing anything outdoors and exploring new places. I'm an avid cyclist (not so good in cold weather), enjoy hiking, being near the ocean, exploring new restaurants, breweries, listening to music. My faith is a daily part of my life and I rely on God to guide me in all that I do. I've raised 3 beautiful children, who live in Eugene.
  • Michele, 46 from Eugene, OR
    46, Eugene, OR
    Hey, there! I have spent my life looking for love in all the wrong places, believing that I would be fulfilled without being Christ-centered. I want a faith-centered marriage where together
  • Karen, 63 from Eugene, OR
    63, Eugene, OR