Six Million

Sometime during the night one of your readers put WDTPRS over 6 million visits.

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11 Responses to Six Million

  1. Vincenzo says:

    Congratulations Father!

  2. Wm. Christoper Hoag says:

    The historical evidence overwhelmingly supports a figure closer to 200 or 300 thousand! ;-)

  3. Tom says:

    Lies, lies!

  4. RichR says:

    Truth attracts.

  5. elizabethk says:

    If it was your *night time* – I bet it was me, and it is then my day time. ;-) Nah, I am sure it was any one of your many overseas readers, or – well, someone with insomnia – or well…Congratulations and blessings!

    Thank you for your site!

  6. martin says:

    Congratulations Father. Here’s to another 6 million? If God wills it, of course. =p

  7. Bos Mutissimus says:

    Congratulations, Fr. Z, and keep up the Superior work! Your apostolate is edifying millions (obviously!). I thank God for your willingness to host this site as a bulwark against relativism and acedia.

    (BTW — does this mean you’ll celebrate by selling McZ Burgers at their original 2006 price for a limited time only?)

  8. Bos: I can see, from your nom de plume, that is a point of great personal interest to you!

  9. JMM says:

    Perhaps something is not functioning right, or someone is in love with this Blog! Maybe someone can give a rough estimation how many times this particular person visits WDTPRS per day.

  10. Bos Mutissimus says:

    Sorry, Father, it’s just been a long Lent. I can go 40 days without beer (and believe me, the discipline is truly chastening!). But, to paraphrase St. Augustine, if all Sacred Cows* be suppressed, then license will rage unchecked.

    * I hear they make the best burgers.

    Cheers!

  11. Immaculatae says:

    Congratulations,Father Z! Interesting it is just as we prepare to celebrate the Annunciation. I think that is the Blessed Mother’s seal of approval :)