Where can I find practicing catholic women, /int/ ?
Christians please answer
>tfw knew qt religious orthodox girl (albeit I'm Catholic)
>I screwed up by being beta and haven't seen her in months
I haven't see you post in months catholic french bro. It's probably much easier in latin america than Europe (unless you go to Polan or maybe smaller tight knit communities?).
I want one too, senpai.
I've been to several Churches around São Paulo and they're either taken or too young/too old.
Feels bad, senpai.
She was a few years younger than me, but church attendance is usually full of the elderly, at least in Catholic churches, of the elderly, or with mothers/their kids.
I know protestant churches, particularly "non-denominational" here attract a lot of younger people.
They're just people who don't follow any sects, but they're Protestant. I've noticed in particular, there are a lot of protestant Guatemalans and Cubans more so than the other lat. americans in my city, likely due to the amount of US missionaries to those countries (I think Brazil gets quite a few too).
Also this >>53473997
we had a new have of protestants recently (which my family became part of,although the church we go to is small and doesn't focus os money) which are not actually aligned with any moviment
look for qts in a fssp or sspx church
This TBQH François.
You might find this helpful.
Go to Sevilla in the Holy Week.
(Easter for anglos)