Where are you?

Here is a snapshot of the last few minutes.

My blog stats can tell where people are (more of less) when they come to visit.   I understand that 85% of the time the stats will show where people are within about 25 miles.  Therefore, you might be here in the list, but via some nearby town.  Sometime, however, I get an indication like "Canada", which isn’t all that specific if you think about it.

It is exciting to think of how people from so many places in the world come here to read and comment.  That never ceases to impress me.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Leavenworth, Kansas
Gavirate, Lombardia
Conception, Missouri
Milan, Lombardia
Kitakata, Fukushima
Singapore
Cromwell, Connecticut
Waterford, Michigan
Barcelona, Cataluna
Chicago, Illinois
Lisbon, Lisboa
London, London, City of
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Melbourne, Victoria
Painted Post, New York
Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees
Philipsburg, Pennsylvania
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Grover Beach, California
Schooleys Mountain, New…
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Aubire, Auvergne
Winston Salem, North Ca…
Kilkenny
Canton, Ohio
Alexandria, Virginia
Pekin, Illinois
Calgary, Alberta
San Antonio, Texas
Pelzer, South Carolina
Anaheim, California
Montvale, New Jersey
Washington, District of…
Johnston, Iowa
Wdenswil, Zurich
Valles Mines, Missouri
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Rome, Lazio
Woodbridge, Virginia
Buffalo, New York
Bristol, Rhode Island
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Jackson, Wyoming
Bailey, North Carolina
Wellington
Bemidji, Minnesota
Altoona, Pennsylvania
Windsor Mill, Maryland
Rochester, Minnesota
Rome, Lazio (PONTIFICIO COLLEGIO AMERICANO DEL NORD ter Network)
Hanover, New Hampshire
Sarajevo, Federation of…
Seattle, Washington
Stalybridge, Cheshire
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Ridley Park, Pennsylvania
Nelson, Lancashire
Des Allemands, Louisiana
Champaign, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Saginaw, Michigan
Steubenville, Ohio
Brighton, Massachusetts
Trenton, Tennessee
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Reading
Johnson City, Tennessee
Indianapolis, Indiana
Erie, Pennsylvania
Rotonda, Calabria
Cebu, Cebu City
Ithaca, New York
Henrietta, New York
Atlanta, Georgia
Ratho, Midlothian
Lattimer Mines, Pennsyl…
New Orleans, Louisiana
Dresden, Sachsen
Kuwait
Plten, Steiermark
Rome, Lazio
Worthing, South Dakota
Bronxville, New York
Capreol, Ontario
Houston, Texas
Dorchester, Dorset
Stamford, Connecticut
Bethesda, Maryland
Fayetteville, Georgia
London, London, City of
New York
Front Royal, Virginia
Coimbra
Irvine, California
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Pennington, New Jersey
Waterloo, Ontario
Quinlan, Texas
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Fergus, Ontario
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Manchester
Pittsfield, Vermont
Sassari, Sardegna
Danbury, Connecticut
Bend, Oregon
Toledo, Ohio
Marietta, Georgia
Akron, Michigan
Wuppertal, Nordrhein-We…
Woodstock, Georgia
Waterbury, Connecticut
Trenton, New Jersey
Kansas City, Missouri
Fairfax, Virginia
Los Angeles, California
Troy, New York
Hershey, Pennsylvania
Detmold, Nordrhein-West…
Paterson, New Jersey
Dallas, Texas
Corpus Christi, Texas
Waterbury, Connecticut
Huntsville, Alabama
Washington, District of…
Kingston, Ontario
Dublin
Leeds
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Akron, Ohio
Hempstead, New York

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35 Responses to Where are you?

  1. Henry Edwards says:

    Father Z: I understand that 85% of the time the stats will show where people are within about 25 miles.

    I personally doubt that this is true. But if it is, just call me a “fifteen-percenter”. Because I’m connected with WDTPRS several hours a day — as are a number of others I know, some of whom first learned about WDTPRS from me — but have never, ever seen our city nor any within 50 miles of us in your listings.

    Actually, I suspect that a number of local internet service providers connect through central portals like Atlanta (for my part of the country) where we are “counted”.

  2. DebSTS says:

    I am writing from Steubenville, Ohio. I am happy to say we had a Traditional Latin Mass yesterday
    at St. Peter’s Church. The church was packed! The Mass was absolutely beautiful! My husband, who
    served in Latin Masses when he was a little boy, was overjoyed that finally, after so many years,
    the TLM has returned. Thank you, Holy Father!

  3. Fr. Stephen says:

    You can add Marshall, Michigan (about midway between Detroit and Chicago. God bless.

  4. Ivar says:

    You can also add Stavanger, Norway to that list.

  5. Jay says:

    For the ZILLIONTH time, Father- Jacksonville, FL :)

  6. Patricia Gonzalez says:

    Good morning, Father, and fellow readers: Checking in from Hudson, Quebec (near Montreal). Bonne journee a tous!

  7. SC says:

    Dear Fr. Z,
    I cannot be the only one in Phoenix reading your blog!

  8. DWW says:

    Amelia Island, Florida checking in. I’d swear I spend almost too much time on your wonderful blog, but I always seem to miss the roll call! :-)

  9. Esther says:

    It’s only 6:30 am and am just getting on the computer now right now so I missed being listed but Fr. I am in Hawaii. BTW, nice to see someone in Paterson, NJ listed (my hometown)

  10. techno_aesthete says:

    “BTW, nice to see someone in Paterson, NJ listed (my hometown)”

    Maybe it’s Bishop Serratelli…

  11. Philothea says:

    I may actually be the only one in Baker City, Oregon reading this blog!

  12. J. Wong says:

    Miami, Florida

  13. Dan J. Howell says:

    Bronx, New York

  14. Augustinus says:

    I see Erie, Pennsylvania and Leeds (presumably UK) are both listed – wonder if Bishops Trautmann and Roche are catching up with the blogosphere.

  15. Sophie says:

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

  16. porys says:

    Katowice, Poland

  17. Marcos says:

    Curitiba, [state of] Paraná/ BRASIL

  18. Tancred says:

    And New Zealand, Father.

  19. Tancred says:

    And New Zealand, Father

  20. Lisa says:

    Gaming, Austria

  21. SMJ says:

    Lençóis Paulista, state of São Paulo, Brazil

  22. Tom says:

    And Berkeley in California is still there too.

  23. Michael O'Connor says:

    Add West Palm Beach, FL to the list.

  24. Mary says:

    Hi Fr. Z — am subscribing to your blog, from Colorado Springs, CO USA!

  25. Tom says:

    Please add Seattle, WA. I want to be counted!

  26. Jeanne Hunter says:

    Southold, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York….Diocese of Rockville Centre…

    We now have a weekly Traditional Latin Mass in Cutchogue….a 10 minute drive from here…with a small excellent Schola.

    I can’t believe how blessed we are to have this…

    Thank you Fr. Z
    Sincerely, Jeanne Hunter

  27. Tim says:

    Brussels, Belgium. I check this excellent blog most days but never when the stats are compiled!

  28. James says:

    Beautiful Hilton Head Island, SC……waiting for the Traditional Mass

  29. Scott says:

    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana
    Carmel, Indiana

  30. A Nony Mouse says:

    Out here in the liturgical wasteland, Gallup, New Mexico. Love your blog.

  31. Tony says:

    And also Canberra, Australia! I pop in for a browse most days – so i don’t knowhow your stats are generated.

    Cheers

    Tony

  32. irishcatholic says:

    Hi Father,

    I’m on your website every day but have yet to show up on your list. I’m in Rockford, Michigan which is very close to Grand Rapids, Michigan…west side of the state.

  33. irishcatholic says:

    Good Afternoon Father,

    I’m on your website every day but never show up on your list of cities. ): I’m in Rockford, Michigan, very close to Grand Rapids, Michigan…west side of the state.

    God Bless you!

  34. Chad says:

    Berwick, Pennsylvania

  35. Domini Sumus says:

    Fall River, Massachusetts