Hi, I'm 23/m/Catholic, and I graduated from college in December 2012. After graduation, I took up an awful job that required me to work Saturday and Sunday. I did not have much of a social life then. However, I recently quit and have more time on my hands. I have some secular friends I am close with and have no intentions of parting with them. However, I really want to surround myself with some truly conservative Christians friends (they don’t have to be Catholic Christian). I feel like having more friends like that would help me be more passionate about my faith, be open about my faith, and create a valuable support network that all of us need. Also, I don’t plan on being a lonely monk on top of a mountain who lives alone. I want to meet a morally upright girl who I click with and is marriage-material. Lately I have been feeling somewhat upset and lonely, because it just seems like most people are completely different from me. Here is what I mean: -Most people get pissed off if you say you have an absolutist stance on abortion -Most people my age are not virgins, and that is something important to me -Most people I’ve spoken to who claim to be Catholic don’t truly follow Jesus at heart -People are way too materialistic and focus on the wrong things in life -A lot of marriages fail because people are too selfish -I can go on but I will stop here The Catholic church in my town is mostly comprised of old people. Every now and then I will see a young catholic but there isn’t much of a youth scene there. Where should I look to meet new friends my age who are practicing christians? What would you guys do in my situation?