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  • Jenny, 32 from Waco, TX
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    32, Waco, TX
    I am a convert to Catholicism and love the Catholic Church: I am continually amazed by the depth and the beauty of our Lord's Church! I am so thankful that God led me to the Church, and it brings me such joy. I am looking for someone to share my faith and my life with but also just some new Catholic friends! I am a compulsive list-maker, but I love to be spontaneous, too. Although I am a licensed attorney, I currently work in law school admissions and love my job! I love reading, eating out, hanging out at coffee shops, visiting churches, singing, watching the performing arts, watching movies, having nerdy legal conversations, being with family and friends, working out, and volunteering. Currently, I volunteer on the board of a local high school, at an addiction recovery house, in an elementary school reading program, with my college alumni association, and with a discussion group about faith. I love being outdoors, either riding horses or hiking. I dislike group workouts (e.g. CrossFit, boot camps) but de-stress through time alone on the treadmill. Through college, I was a dancer and would love to get back to that. I tend to get into intense debates, particularly about faith or politics, but I also love to just kick back and laugh. I giggle a lot. I love traveling (I've been to a lot of places!) and trying new things. I am fiercely loyal to my friends and family. Oh, and I love dogs and horses!
  • Melissa, 53 from Austin, TX
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    53, Austin, TX
    I am a happy, motivated and faithful Catholic woman who is looking for the right partner to share my life with. I strive to maintain a good balance in my life. My work is engaging and fulfilling. Having not been married or had any children, three years ago I became a mentor to a young girl (now 11) through Big Brothers Big Sisters. It's been both a joy and a challenge! I've learned a lot and just hope I am making a difference. For fun, I tend to go to happy hour or dinner with friends and like cooking out, live music, hiking, great conversation, jogging the trail and staying active. I am very reflective and enjoy reading rich and insightful books, especially about theology, spirituality, philosophy, biographies, literature and compelling fiction. I've been on a lifelong journey seeking meaning and truth and have found both gloriously within the Catholic faith. I want so much to find a spiritual soulmate who is also seeking God and truth above all else. I've met many Godly men along this journey, but none so far who also make me weak in the knees for longing to be together. I've tended to fall for the charming, but not so steadfast soul. I believe I am wiser now. Been patient....am willing to continue to be if that is God's path for me. I'll keep praying I find him soon!
  • Tracy, 34 from Austin, TX
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    34, Austin, TX
    Hi. I've lived in Texas most of my life. My faith and family are important to me. I think my family and friends would describe me as kind, honest, hard-working, and introverted. I love to travel and having fun in general. I love watching football and going to professional baseball and football games. I am shy and laid back but I don't mind meeting someone who is a bit more adventurous than myself. I don't have a need to always surround myself with a lot of people/friends; a close few is good enough for me. I enjoy the simple things in life but also look for some adventure as well.
  • Mary, 74 from Austin, TX
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    74, Austin, TX
    Right now I'm having a hard time figuring out what I am passionate about. Just had a fall and re-injured a herniated disk in my back so my thinking is still kinda foggy. My church and some of the people there have helped tremendously to bring me back to church and making me feel that God does indeed love me. When my back is not out, I enjoy traveling and seeing this beautiful country that we live in.
  • Mary, 48 from Harker Heights, TX
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    48, Harker Heights, TX
    Hi there! Thanks for reading my profile! Here's a little bit about me... I have been catholic all of my life. I see myself as a catholic Christian first. I always look for the best in people, although admittedly sometimes to a fault. I lead a pretty busy life as the mother of a teenager and also an elementary school teacher. I enjoy listening to a variety of music, including contemporary christian music, and find myself still enjoying music from the 80's. I enjoy working out every week and do jazzercise. It's a great stress reliever for me. I have a good sense of humor. It's true what they say about laughter being the best medicine! There are/were 3 important women in my life. My mom was the first one. I lost my mom back in 2002. She instilled in me a very strong moral compass and taught me about my faith. My 2 best friends are Kristine and my sister, Carolyn. They have always been a source of inspiration to me in this journey we call life.
  • Amy, 27 from Buda, TX
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    27, Buda, TX
    My Faith comes first with me. I love the Trinity and the Virgin Mary. I 'm easy going and get along with everyone. I like to read books, watch movies, walk trails, go fishing, two-step/ dance, pray the rosary, hang with my family, and play with my bird. I may live in the city but I'm a country girl at heart. I'm looking for someone with similar interests and is a devout Catholic.
  • Becca, 25 from Austin, TX
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    25, Austin, TX
    Howdy! I am currently a 4th grade teacher working on my masters of Library Science. I want to be a school librarian or work in the literacy field. I am in introvert so enjoy when friendships and relationships are more than just surface level. In a large crowd, I tend to observe and listen. However, to my friends and family, I can be quite the chatterbox. I love to read. Though most of my reading is currently for grad school. I also am quite the tv/movie buff. Any Cary Grant, black and white, or classic is always on the table. Chicago PD, Psych, and The Office are some go-to favorite shows. I am a graduate of the University of Dallas and was lucky enough to travel all over Europe while there. I love spending time with my family. We are extremely close because most of them are here in Austin. I grew up with my cousins and I we continue to be in and out of each other's lives. I love going to concerts - it's a past time I wish I could do more. I am a true Austinite.
  • Emily, 28 from Austin, TX
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    28, Austin, TX
    Hi, I'm Emily and of all the things I'm passionate about, God and his Church certainly rank at the top, along with family and friends. I also enjoy people -- talking to people and simply spending time with others. My life has been an interesting journey thus far which has taught me a great deal about who I am. I may be an adult, but I have a youthful spirit and personality that enjoys children's literature, movies, music, religious study, and spending time outside.
  • Laurie, 44 from Wimberley, TX
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    44, Wimberley, TX
    My dear cousin, who is not so very Catholic, set up a profile on Catholic Match. She promptly removed her subscription and informed me that the matches were too Catholic. And so, as she removed her profile, I added mine. How refreshing that the Cafeteria Catholic is rare here. I, myself, stay out of the buffet line. My great Catholic hero is JPII, the Great. His teaching, Theology of the Body, solidified my faith in my early twenties, and now this gift is passing onto my own children with great love. I lost my husband to cancer six years ago, but by the grace of God, I am strong, faith filled, and unbroken. I am not seeking to replace the irreplaceable. I am seeking a new path with a new prompting. Besides, I gather my Catholic friends close, and cherish them for the true gifts they are.
  • Barbara, 60 from Bryan, TX
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    60, Bryan, TX
    I am a happy optimist. To me, the glass is definitely on the full side. I love being with family and friends who celebrate life and relationships. I am told by many people that my sense of humor is one of my better virtues - treasuring the funny moments in life. My husband and I of 30 years raised 3 kids. My son is an electrician in Austin, and he is the dad to my two oldest grandchildren...Calvin is 3, and Samantha is 9. My daughter is a stay at home mom of 2 and a retired teacher, and youngest daughter is a sophomore at Texas A&M. She's still figuring out what she wants to do. My husband died 4 years ago. I love the beach and mountains. But being that I live in a valley, I enjoy my beautiful yard and swimming pool. Friends come over and barbecue and we just chill and talk about life and faith. My best friend and I will pull out our guitars and hammer out P&W. We're in a band together that plays for Masses 3 times per month. I am passionate about my faith! I love the hands on part as well as the studying or discussing aspects of it. I am the Confirmation and High School Youth Ministry Director and have been in the School of the Holy Spirit for nearly 20 years now (ever since my conversion and coming into the Catholic Church). One of the things that drew me to the Church is how she answers and explains so many of the "coincidences" in life. Looking back to my life "before", I am amazed how I could not have seen God in nature sooner. Or how the work of Jesus in people's lives is so evident now but I couldn't see it before my eyes were opened. I thank the Lord for His patience with me.
  • Gloria, 52 from Burnet, TX
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    52, Burnet, TX
    I am Gloria, I am self employed, own and operate Flores Cleaning Service, established in 2005. I am #13 of 16 children. I have ten brothers and five sisters. We are a very close family. There are only 9 of us living today. I love western movies, especially John Wayne. I have four dogs and one cat. I do some pet sitting for some of my clients. I am looking for someone to spend time with and enjoy movies, hiking, camping, picnics, etc. I host most of our family get togethers at my house.
  • Jennifer, 29 from Killeen, TX
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    29, Killeen, TX
    I'm a Texas girl, born and raised, although I went to college in Massachusetts. I enjoy cooking and good books, as well as spending time with friends and family. For Lent 2011 I decided to attend mass every day, something that was never possible for me before and has never been possible since. It was the most amazing spiritual experience and the event that pushed me from simply calling myself Catholic to truly becoming Catholic in my heart. I tend to be quiet at first, but once I open up people are amazed they ever thought I was quiet. I know my own mind and enjoy expanding it constantly. I'm always looking for new opportunities to learn, my favorite subjects being history, religion, and science. I'm a dog person, but enjoy visiting other people's cats as long as they don't follow me home. I find joy in the everyday, in the wonders of the world around me, and would like to find someone who also enjoys the simple things. I was baptized Episcopalian but was received into the Church during my first year of college. I'm long past the point of ever going back. There's only one Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, and that's the one I'm a member of now. I live in Killeen but attend the Sunday afternoon TLM at St. Mary's Cathedral in Austin (which is a gorgeous space). In my heart though, my spiritual home is still Mater Dei, the FSSP parish in Dallas. Oh, and about the piercing thing. When I was a child, I had my ears pierced, but one got infected, so the holes were allowed to close up and I've never had them re-pierced. The story really is that boring.