Where are you?

Here is another brief snapshot of where a few of you are as you come to visit the blog.

Stevenage, Norfolk
Hamburg
Honolulu, Hawaii
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Hrvatski Leskovac, Grad Zagreb
Singapore, Dakar
Wegscheid, Salzburg
Mohawk, Michigan
London, Lambeth
Black Diamond, Alberta

Radeberg, Sachsen

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25 Responses to Where are you?

  1. Ansjo says:

    Cambridge! That’ll be/include me. Hello. Not quite as exotic as Singapore I’m afraid…

    P.S. I love these anti-spam words. “Apocatastasis”!

  2. Raphaela says:

    Father, does that list include only people who leave comments or anyone who merely reads your blog?

  3. Raphaela: Any sort of visit to the blog.

  4. Argent says:

    Lambeth….hmmm, maybe Rowan Cantuar is reading, too.

  5. Kevin says:

    Thanks to your anti-spam word, Father, I daily increase my vocabulary. Now I know what apocatastasis is. Cheers.

  6. tim says:

    you want exotic? how about…..

    wait for it…..

    ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA!!!!!!!

    huh? oh well.

  7. Brian Craig says:

    Checking in from Dunellen, New Jersey.

  8. Leguleius Magnus says:

    I have to move to someplace more impressive.

  9. Victor says:

    But Father, But Father!
    Isn’t Apokatastasis a heresy?

  10. A.L. says:

    Father ,I visit your very informative blog very often from the Canary Islands.

    God bless you.

    (I don’t have problems to speak or read English.But I have problems to write it.)

    Oremus pro Pontifice nostro Benedictus XVI

  11. Sidney says:

    I’m from Lençóis Paulista, São Paulo state, Brazil…

  12. gravitas says:

    sorry to go off topic here Fr. but I wanted to make sure folks saw this. First time I’ve seen him speak out
    on this topic and I think it could be interesting:

    TRADITION * FAMILY * PROPERTY

    Washington Bureau

    Please join us for a lecture on “The Classical Roman Rite and the Renewal of the Liturgy” by Msgr. R. Michael Schmitz Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest to be held at the

    TFP Washington Bureau
    1344 Merrie Ridge Road
    McLean, Virginia

    on

    Monday, February 19, 2007 at 7:00 PM.

    Much is being made of reports that His Holiness Benedict XVI will grant a universal indult for all priests to be able to celebrate the Traditional Mass, but so far nothing definitive has been forthcoming from the Holy See. What are Catholics to think of all this? Come hear Msgr. Michael Schmitz, who earned a doctorate in Dogmatic Theology from the Gregorian University in Rome and a Licentiate in Canon Law from Munich State University, and who was ordained by the present Pope, then Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, speak on this important topic.

    Monsignor Schmitz is Vicar General in the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest and Provincial Superior for the United States. He has published several books and over 100 papers on Theology, Philosophy, and general religious themes, and has been a guest on Catholic media networks EWTN and Relevant Radio.

    Refreshments will be offered.

    R.S.V.P. to Preston Noell at 703-243-2104, fax: 703-243-2105
    email: cpnoell@pobox.com

    * Msgr. Schmitz will also celebrate a Traditional Latin High Mass at Old St. Mary’s in Washington, D.C., on Sunday the 18th at 9 a.m.

    http://www.tfp.org

  13. Edgar says:

    Father, you also have another reader in Guadalajara Mexico.

  14. Martha says:

    Edgar,

    “Father, you also have another reader in Guadalajara Mexico.”

    Viva Mexico! Viva! Saludos de una Mexicana fuera de mi pais! Esta bien calientito alla, no? Y sin nieve. :-)

  15. Northern Cleric says:

    Lambeth is the home of Demon Internet!

  16. FranzJosf says:

    Gravitas: Would you please give the exact link to the page? I can’t find the
    announcement at the http://www.tfp.org site. Many thanks, if you can.

  17. RBrown says:

    Apocatastasis, which means reconstitution, is found in Acts 3:21. It is a legitimate concept that is also found in the Christological hymn in Ephesians: recapitulare omnia in Christo.

    Later, this concept of recapitulation becomes very important in the Christology of St Ireneaus.

    On the other hand, there are serious doctrinal problems with the Origenian version Apocatastasis, which seems to include the liberation of fallen angels from hell.

  18. Sue Sims says:

    1. Believe me, if you live in Bournemouth, England, St Louis, Missouri is pretty exotic, I promise you!

    2. Father – how do you know where people are from?

  19. gravitas says:

    FranzJosf:

    I don’t have the exact link either — i was sent an email with all of that info from someone organizing the event. sorry.

  20. Jordan Potter says:

    RBRown said: “On the other hand, there are serious doctrinal problems with the Origenian version Apocatastasis, which seems to include the liberation of fallen angels from hell.”

    Indeed, and the Origenist version was formally condemned in 543 A.D> at the Council of Constantinople. I could be wrong, but the Origenist version seems to turn hell into purgatory: eventually everyone in hell is restored and set free from hell, which would include not just the souls of the damned but also Satan and the demons.

  21. Sharon says:

    Don’t forget Melbourne, Australia.

  22. RBrown says:

    Indeed, and the Origenist version was formally condemned in 543 A.D> at the Council of Constantinople. I could be wrong, but the Origenist version seems to turn hell into purgatory: eventually everyone in hell is restored and set free from hell, which would include not just the souls of the damned but also Satan and the demons.

    Too much Platonism in Origenist thought.