Totally into travel and nature, I love all forms of extreme sports including kayaking and rock climbing. I believe in seeing the beauty in things and the good in people till proven otherwise. Passionate about the creative art’s, photography, design, yoga, swimming, running and Reiki.I never give up on life and am driven by challenges. Love discovering new music, going to concerts, exhibitions and...And I don’t get it when people say they are going on a dating fast because how do you get so many people to ask you out that you have to “take a break”.Like, I don’t even know how to get a bloody date in the first place (because there are no single Catholic men, much less ones that have ever shown an interest).
I especially love reading first hand accounts of battle from the heroic and courageous men who fought in this war, such as those contained in books by Marcus Brotherton and Stephen Ambrose.
As Valentine’s Day approaches the majority of us may not be inspired by Pope Benedict XVI’s father’s business-like approach to romance.
But the modern equivalent – Catholic dating websites – are producing happily-ever-afters for Catholics. What are the odds of meeting a devout Catholic at a friend’s birthday drinks in central London?
I’m not single by choice or because it feels safe, in single because there’s no one to ask me out and even when there are, they don’t because no one is ever interested in me.
After asking other young Catholics about their POVVs in regards to the dating scene, I decided that this will be the first of a series called “Catholic Dating Problems.” The first major problem that most single Catholics have when it comes to dating: Finding somebody!