Yowzo...He could be on the cover of GQ...Sara
Moderately Goth women are to me as members of the Swiss Guard are to Kat, lol! The problem is, I can't find any Catholic Goth women, moderate or otherwise! :-)
Does his blousson really have both a zipper and buttons!? At least he'll be easy to undress...
Did you photoshop your nose and lips into the picture?
its the starched collar isn't it?
Marco... I like the way yout think!
Are you sure he's not gay? The clothes look a tad frilly - if you know what I mean.
Guess the nun this is definitely off then. Looks like suburbanbanshee really brought the point home eh
Christopher Lake, we're out there. In fact, I belonged to a livejournal community Catholic Goths (slogan: Our religion is gother than yours"). Not a lot of posts, though. You could also pray for the intercession of St. John of the Goths (feast day June 26).
missjeanevil, When I was a 19 and 20-year-old (many years ago now.. sigh) pagan, I was quite Goth. My blond hair was dyed jet-black, fingernails painted black, black eye-liner... and this was *while* I was living in a small, not-so-open-minded Alabama town! What I was I thinking, lol?! After that, I stripped off the make-up, spiked my hair, rediscovered my inner angry young man, and became an Elvis Costello disciple! From one kind of nerd-dom to another, hehe... I think that's *really* what I'm attracted to in women-- I want a Catholic nerd with a wild streak (like me?)! :-) However, the older that I get, it seems that God may have ordained me to be single, though I don't like it, and I will almost certainly never be formally "ordained"... We shall see.
Christopher Lake, yours is a familiar story. I will pray for you in your singledom and ask that you pray for me, too. Trying to meet a Catholic man with a COMPATIBLE oddness is like finding a needle in a haystack... at the bottom of the ocean. :) -Jean
Jean,I thank you for your prayers, and I will be praying for you too. "A compatible oddness"-- nice phrase! I appreciate such things, as I have a B.A. in English-- which, in the job market, apparently means B.S.! :-)
Christopher Lake & missjanevil this might be your moment to know each other, remember God works in mysterious ways.
Father Gary,Talk about coincidences-- you're in Rockville. For almost eight years, I lived in Silver Spring and hope to move back there one day! The MD/DC buses (and subway) are sooo much better for my wheelchair than those in New Mexico...! If only I could get back into disabled-accessible housing out there!(I'm very skittish on the long-distance relationship thing with anyone these days. It is part of what brought me to New Mexico. Didn't work out, and now I'm stuck here...)
@FrGaryV. r u @ St. Mary's? If u r the PacificIslander t hen I might have met u. We talked about our dear bishop, if u recall. Check out my blog as I use examples from our archdiocese & might have included u in a post.
Hi Rick, yes I am at SMR and I am a Fil-Am priest assigned by the Archdiocese of Washington to a city/urban parish.
Kat, I tried to figure out a way to put him in my suitcase to bring him home for you. Sadly, the carry-on regulations have become way too restrictive...
There's a lid for every pot.And I can tell CC likes dimpled chins!Cary Grant, Kurt Douglas, Paul Newman...
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