Dating a catholic woman
When talking to her, focus on her eyes and face( a modestly-dressed yet classy young catholic lady really gets me going:heart:) C. I don’t have any Catholic friends, male or female so I pretty much just go to Church on the weekend and that’s it. I'm lonely and I really do want a holy companion (and something that can turn into something more); I do have that desire for intimacy (in a good way) and the desire to share myself with another.
I wanted to know what Catholic girls are looking for in guys and how I as a Catholic man can approach them, get to know them, and get going on dating? Start a young adults group at your church if one doesn’t exist already. I really do want to meet great Catholic women and I'm hoping to attend something next month that will hopefully allow me to get into contact with these women. [/quote] My advice is to approach her in the mindset of making a new friend.
When talking to her, focus on her eyes and face( a modestly-dressed yet classy young catholic lady really gets me going:heart:) C. If you put civilians in Iraq and had them perform the same mission as Marines they would not perform to the same standard.
Sure there are probably some super studs who could do some or maybe everything but discipline isn’t something you can just had over to a person and send them on your way. E I found one of a woman’s favorite topics is her family, ask questions about her sibling, parents, etc. It would be nice if those kinds of things were available.
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When I have some I'll let you know." [/quote] Hahaha, I need to watch that series more.
" The fact that you say that you are lonely hints that you may be just looking for a way to fill a void. I really do want to meet great Catholic women and I’m hoping to attend something next month that will hopefully allow me to get into contact with these women. [quote="Pitcharan, post:16, topic:216613"] I've known many catholic women in my life time (from across over 20 parishes).
But the best woman I ever met is my orthodox wife [/quote] orthodox or Orthodox?
Unfortunately for me, I don't see many men around my age group :( I think I may try some Catholic events, but mainly to volunteer, not really to find someone.
I think Catholic internet dating sites would be my last resort.
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I've gone to a few classes or different groups and the vast majority of people are senior citizens with a married couple or two splashed in. I started going for a promise I made to our Lord and got hooked.