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The dogs have posted profiles of themselves, their interests and preferences for a human life partner. "I promise to provide devoted loyalty to the right match and can guarantee a warm and enthusiastic welcome home every day."My ideal date would love the outdoors, is seeking adventure and would match my fitness and enthusiasm for life.” Loki says finding someone with an unlimited supply of tennis balls would be a bonus.Auckland Council Animal Management Manager Tracey Moore says the public event brings dog appreciators and dogs available for adoption closer together.Even though we want it to be a happy ending, too,” she said.Sr Anna said the programme is a response to Auckland Bishop Patrick Dunn’s pastoral plan “Fit for Mission”.It was like Tinder without technology, Nicholls said.The young farmers shared a video of the novel event on Facebook this week, which had more than 53,000 views in less than 48 hours.Ages: 28-40 Tickets: 5 per person There are only 25 tickets available per gender, so get in quick to guarantee your place. At each event, you will meet between 5 to 10 people of the opposite gender.
Dozens of Auckland Council Animal Shelter dogs will be looking for love at Victoria Park on Friday 12 February, from 11am to 2pm.
Apart from religious, the students heard about the vocation of marriage as well as single life.
“We just hope that by exposing them to a variety of vocations, they would really do some good discerning about what their vocation is and be open to the possibilities,” she said.
Carmel College director of religious studies, Sr Anna Nicholls, RSM, said they had been looking for a way to engage the students into learning more about religious life. Sr Anna said the students loved listening to the stories.
“Speed-dating” added a touch of novelty to the idea. “The ongoing question they were asking was: ‘How did you know this is what you are called to? Vocation speed-dating is part of the vocations programme the school has embarked on.