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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. 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, 54 from Austin, TX
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    54, 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, 35 from Austin, TX
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    35, 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 an introvert. 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.
  • Meka, 32 from Bryan, TX
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    32, Bryan, TX
    I'm passionate about working and family. My experience with the Catholic Church has been the most influential experience in my life. In my leisure time I pretty much do the same things. Sometimes I like to get out.
  • Consuelo, 75 from Natalia, TX
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    75, Natalia, TX
    I have been widowed for some time ,the love of my life God needed him ,with out him there would be know other .Till God made me hear him tell me he did not make me to be alone. The first time I went on my way and did not listen to him .I filed my time ding what I love best That was to care for those who had know one to care for them. I open my home for those who had lost there mother or father which were there care givers ad had past away .For the last 24 years I have fill my life with them .As they have grown old started to lose them it became harder and harder .Because the were my children God had given To me. they had been 10 12 14 years. One of my son seen how hard it was getting to be on me to sit by there side to past them to gods arms .He had never been with them at hat time and now he had seen the other side of the coin.I would be in other room praying God would give then there safe return to his heart. Till two years ago was on my way to mass when I had fall as l dust off ad sat on the steps to make sure I was right I heard a voice. I did not make you to be alone. look around know one was there and seen how alone I was just for a min. after mas lady said you are bleeding .as they clean my arm one of the ladies said God did not make you to be alone. I am not alone I have God children and when home .went on the same way as I have one for years .work till 8:30 come home shower and pray and to bed .In the mid. of the night the house was so hot ,With out thinking I got up to see ac as I step out the door my leg when down the deck and I was trapped for 45 min. there I know one around to help. I am praying to be able to get my self out when again I hear the ,YOU DID NOT LISTEN IDID NOT MAKE YOU TO BE ALONE. Well he as make me see how alone I am .It has been a year that I had the fall .have seen all the material thing are not what we need .A home with out love and someone to come home to is just a shell and I am just half of what God wants .I am the rib of man till I fine my mate I am not what God want of me .To be the wife to the man that is missing his rib . I love to be the wife that every man need to love and have in his life .I love to cook .camp .fish and look good dressed up or in jeans .I am looking for my soul mate .To have that last dance ,so if God has spoken to you Here I am but must warn you the chemistry must be there ,because he has promised me the best for last
  • Becca, 25 from Austin, TX
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    25, Austin, TX
    Howdy! I'm a 4th-grade teacher at a classical education charter school and almost finished with my Masters of Library Science. I am a true Austinite (we are very rare nowadays), love going to concerts, very family-oriented, an avid reader, and an introvert that *occasionally* likes to get pushed out of her comfort zone.
  • Darlene, 59 from Bee Cave, TX
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    59, Bee Cave, TX
    I love working with students who can't speak for them self, I am their voice. I love to drive through the Hill country site seeing, trees, hills, and wild animals. I love to go camping in the beach and never ending body surfing! I love to dance! I like soultown music and R&B music. I like to follow the Pope! And I love the Blessed Mother!
  • 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.
  • Shawn, 56 from Brenham, TX
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    56, Brenham, TX
    If you're a couch potato keep looking . I live to learn and go. Travel is one of my favorite activities. Texas has so much to discover. I want to see it all. Love the beach. Will be on a pilgrimage to France and Italy this fall. Love my family and my church.
  • Barbara, 60 from Bryan, TX
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    60, Bryan, TX
    Welcome to my profile! Imagine you just knocked on my door and I welcomed you into my home. The first thing you would see is 3 walls of windows overlooking a beautiful park. This is a metaphor of my life - or at least I would like it to be. I strive to be open, with the shades pulled up, engaging in the world around me. Neighbors say it makes them feel included in my life - with the windows wide open, they feel perfectly at ease to knock on the door and visit. And that's the way I want it to be! The next thing you might notice is my piano and guitar. The piano is open, with handwritten music covering the ledge. The dining table is right there - between the two living rooms. This symbolizes fellowship, which is what this home is all about! Whether it's having friends over for a meeting, book study or to watch a football game - - or having family come stay a couple of days - the open setting of couches and dining table make it easy and natural to move around, get comfortable and stay awhile. And as you hang out, you may notice photo books with family pictures of us at Rockport or Lake Livingston fishing, or hiking to find waterfalls in the Smokey Mountains or at Lake Catherine, Arkansas. My husband of 30 years died four years ago. We have 3 kids: Jeff, 42, is an electrician with 9 year old Samantha and 3 year old Calvin. He's divorced, but Shannon is still very much part of our family. Emily is 33, a former junior high and honor choir director and is married to Brian, a software engineer that works for Houston's court system. They have 3 year old Pippin and 18 month old Baz. Katie is 19, and a sophomore at Texas A&M. She lives with her best friend but recently announced she wants to transfer to Texas State in San Marcos to pursue acting and directing. I treasure being with family and friends who celebrate life, relationships and this beautiful world God created! If it's cold, you'll probably gravitate towards my roaring fire, which is next to a big screen tv likely tuned into a college football game. Or if it's hot, the sparkling pool may entice us to jump in. This is my home - and this is who I am. I'm a happy homebody, but I'm also drawn to the outdoors and adventure. Friends, family and new friends/acquaintances are what my life is about.
  • Elizabeth, 43 from Cedar Park, TX
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    43, Cedar Park, TX
  • Cath, 34 from Rockwall, TX
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    34, Rockwall, TX
    I am new to this and I am not good with writing about myself unless i am being asked questions. I am open to conversation at first and see what happens as I believe one can never have too many friends. I like the outdoors. Fishing,cooking,board games,hunting,camping,skiing and swimming are few of the things I like. I am making a genuine effort and I will appreciate it if you don't waste my time just like I won't waste yours