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  • Angela, 69 from Mount Joy, PA
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    69, Mount Joy, PA
    I have raised 2 succesful children and have 3 grandchildren.I spoil my grandchildren (in a nice way) and they adore me. I was married 34 years till it got crowded and my love was not enough ;single for 12 years I am looking for someone special. Loyal,honest, who is not a control freak, financially independend, have sense of humor, content,and fun to be with. I know its a tall order but I have all of those qualities and now that Im older I would not settle for less.
  • Anne, 41 from Coal Township, PA
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    41, Coal Township, PA
    Hi my name is Anne. I am a Asian female living in Coal Township, PA, USA. I am 5'7" tall with blue eyes and brown hair. I would describe my body type as Slender. I was previously married and am now divorced and I have children. . .
  • Shema, 41 from Lancaster, PA
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    41, Lancaster, PA
  • Cassidy, 56 from Camp Hill, PA
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    56, Camp Hill, PA
    I enjoy hiking and biking. I love helping others and find peace in the companionship of friends and family. I love taking trips and outdoors. Thank you that's sll
  • Rachel, 39 from Hanover, PA
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    39, Hanover, PA
    Hi everyone it's hard to introduce myself I would say I am pretty shy but once we have a common things that we enjoy. I can talk a lot it just need to be started that's all. I am looking forward to meet and getting to know stage who knows we will just take it slow. I am kind,sensitive,fun and silly sometimes. Lots to share but I am willing to share with a right person. My leisure time is watching movies,travelling,just driving around.
  • Theresa, 38 from Danville, PA
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    38, Danville, PA
    Annyeong! In other words, "Peace and hello!" I am a a high energy Korean-American woman with a quirky sense of humor with a love for shoes. I believe that God is the foundation of all relationships. I am creative, kind, compassionate, strong, and loyal woman with a dynamic personality. I believe that consistency, integrity, open communication, trust, honesty, fun, and faith are essential to lasting relationships. I am seeking a gentleman who is a gentle man of True God. Please posses kindness, strength, faith, hope, courage, and resilience to pursue your goals in life...as well as lightness of spirit and sense of humor to enjoy living. If you're interested, please send me a message, may God bless your search here ...
  • Theresa, 38 from Harrisburg, PA
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    38, Harrisburg, PA
    Annyeong! "Peace and hello!" I'm a smart Korean-American woman with a quirky sense of humor and devotion to Divine Mercy and Blessed Mother. While my love for dogs and stiletto heels have remained constant, it seems that everything else in my life has changed in the last year....so I'm resigned to grow in trust in Him. I rather talk/message than write a long profile, so if you have any questions....feel free to message me.
  • Sheetal, 41 from Lancaster, PA
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    41, Lancaster, PA
    often hear from Catholics wondering what to do when they are unable to go to Mass anymore. They want to know if they are sinning by missing Mass on Sundays. Or I will hear from adult children wanting to know if their parents are sinning. I never hear from parishes wanting to know what they can do to help homebound Catholics receive the sacraments. Not only that, but I also hear from Catholics trying to arrange pastoral care to the homebound who are pushed away. Let me tell you one such story. A few years ago, a friend was regularly visiting a gentleman who was even older than the couple in the retirement home. His end was near; although he wasn't Catholic, he wanted to see a priest. The problem was that he had dementia and his times of lucidity could not be anticipated I do believe in PRO-LIFE Some will say I am being persnickety when I say this, but I cringe every time I hear a well-meaning Catholic say, "We really don't know when 'ensoulment' takes place after the fertilization of the human ovum." I even heard one well-known Catholic defender of life argue that killing a newly fertilized ovum that has not received "his" (yes, he used "his") soul yet would be even more serious than killing a post-"ensouled" human because the pre-"ensouled" little human would have been robbed of the possibility of eternal life because "he" wouldn't have a soul yet. I said it to myself then, and I'll say it now. Huh? The real point of emphasis here is for us to remember that this kind of confusion can be used by the forces promoting death to continue the confusion. "See? Even Catholics do not know when a fetus is truly a person." Even though this is an obvious red herring argument, I believe that the antidote is a clear presentation of the truth as presented by none other than Horton the elephant. "A person is a person, no matter how small." Yes, from the moment of conception. Does anybody agree with me that it is time to put these lame "ensoulment" arguments to rest? Forever? Now, I should say here that it is true, the Church has not yet infallibly spoken on the matter of "ensoulment" at the moment of fertilization. But that does not mean Catholics are free to speculate either. The Church does teach, at the very least at the level of the Ordinary Magisterium, that "ensoulment" occurs at the moment of conception. There is no human being without a human soul. And there is no human soul joined to a body that is not a human person.
  • Jenny, 59 from Lancaster, PA
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    59, Lancaster, PA
    Want somebody kind of heart love children love to do charity work . Get along with family funny. Educated. Faithfull , truthful, neat , by the way my name I Jenny I am 59 but look little younger . I lived with my daughter help taking care of my two beatyful grandchildren . I can be very funny . Good heart love kids love to helping people love to do charity work love to sing very sociable. That's all I can think of , I don't to talk on the phone much .
  • Jenny, 41 from Mountville, PA
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    41, Mountville, PA
    I love to help people and love being around people. Love children, cooking , travel and reading good books. Love to be with my family and spending time with them.
  • Claire, 32 from Danville, PA
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    32, Danville, PA
    I enjoy dining out with my friends, doing outdoorsy stuff, watching movies and shows, and traveling. I always look forward to spending time with my family.
  • Mai, 34 from Elizabethtown, PA
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    34, Elizabethtown, PA
    I am a Catholic and i trust in God who making my life is better. I am living and working in SaiGon, Viet Nam. I love adventure and new experiences meeting new people. I am open to trying new things and exploring new things all the time. I looking forward a man who can make me smile anytime i see him. Where is my love? I would like to know you.