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Hi I'm Catherine

I live in Montreal, Quebec and I am adopted. I love to learn and want to become a surgeon. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a graduating high school student and will be attending CEGEP in the Health Science program for two years. I have traveled a lot and want to go on a mission. I am diligent, hardworking, and extremely organized. I have been playing the piano for over ten years and have played the french horn for over four years. I certainly love music and the joy it brings me. I love science and medicine and am working towards becoming a surgeon someday.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a mormon family, but was definitely not born converted. Over the years, I have been able to learn more about God's plan for me, my purpose and the sacrifice Christ made for all of us and this has started my journey of conversion. I have had doubts, but always remember to have faith and press forward because I know God loves me and Jesus Christ sacrificed himself so that I can one day be reunited with my Father in Heaven and live with my family for eternity. I am sealed to my family and look forward to being sealed with a husband and children someday so that I can live with them forever. I know that their are trials to be had and worked through, but I am a mormon because I believe God can help me through them and my faith in him and Christ will grow stronger as I live as righteously as I can. I know Joseph Smith was a prophet of God and that he restored the gospel on this earth. I know Thomas S. Monson, his counsellors, the Apostles and all other church authorities are called of God and receive true revelation for the church. I am so grateful for the sacrifice Christ made for me and I know I can one day live with my Heavenly Father again.

How I live my faith

I am in a wonderful ward and love serving as the ward chorister. I am privileged to have been presidents of certain age groups of young women and have loved working with them to help them accomplish their goals and feel included. I have finished the Personal Progress Program twice and completed the Honour Bee and this has helped me grow as an individual and strengthen my faith and values. I love to help my parents visit other members in the ward and have a strong testimony of Christ, the gospel, and the blessings I have received from living in accordance with God's standards.