Where you are!

Here is a brief snapshot of the some of the places people are when they visit the blog.  These are in many cases estimations, depending on where a person’s provider or server might be situated.  I cut out all the "unknowns" and vague "Canada" references, etc.

It is interesting to see how the who world and beyond is getting around in the internet!

Grosse Pointe, Michigan
Chelmsford, Essex
Shickshinny, Pennsylvania
Muncie, Indiana
Gurnee, Illinois
Atlanta, Georgia
Glasgow, Glasgow City
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Powell, Ohio
Houston, Texas
Brantford, Ontario
Beijing
Biloxi, Mississippi
Edmonton, Alberta
Warsaw, Warszawa
Bayeux, Basse-Normandie
Silver Spring, Maryland
Sarasota, Florida
Gouderak, Zuid-Holland
Asheville, North Carolina
Capitola, California
Berkeley, California
Satellite Provider  <— Ooooo… the Mothership is watching
Ripon, Wisconsin
London, London, City of
Cortland, Ohio
Aizkraukle, Aizkraukles
Garwolin, Siedlce
York, Pennsylvania
Buffalo, New York
Coldwater, Michigan
Charlotte, North Carolina
Milford, Massachusetts
Peabody, Massachusetts
Brugge, West-Vlaanderen
Detroit, Michigan
Chillicothe, Illinois
Olfen, Nordrhein-Westfa…
Delaware, Ohio
Oceanside, California
Stafford, Staffordshire
Los Angeles, California
Washington, District of…
Lincoln, Nebraska
Atlanta, Georgia
Alpharetta, Georgia
Issaquah, Washington
Ft Mitchell, Kentucky <— Ooooo… the Mothership is watching
Chapel Hill, North Caro…
Brighton, Massachusetts
Ft Mitchell, Kentucky
Mlaga, Andalucia
Gresham, Oregon
San Francisco, California
Ljubljana, Bohinj
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Chilliwack, British Col…
Kalispell, Montana
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Washington, District of…
Notre Dame, Indiana  <— Is that you, Fr. Jenkins?
Letterkenny, Donegal
Huntington, West Virginia
Rome, Lazio
Columbus, Ohio
Philippines
Manchester, New Hampshire
Berkeley, California
Milan, Lombardia
Liverpool
Strasbourg, Alsace
Bloemfontein, Free State
Arlington, Virginia
Blacksburg, Virginia
Columbus, Ohio
Austin, Texas
Rome, Lazio
Groton, Massachusetts
Cincinnati, Ohio
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Ottawa, Ontario
Manila
Flossmoor, Illinois
Sumida, Tokyo
Portland, Oregon
Hemel Hempstead, Hertford
Denver, Colorado
Bowie, Maryland
Bloomington, Indiana
Saint Louis, Missouri
Portland, Oregon
Billericay, Essex
Alpharetta, Georgia
Passaic, New Jersey
Oakland, California
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Brooklyn, New York
Milpitas, California
Cleveland, Ohio
Southgate, Michigan
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Worcester, Massachusetts
Westbrook, Maine
Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen
Fairbanks, Alaska
Oakland, California
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Miamiville, Ohio
Inver Grove Heights, Mi…
Toronto, Ontario
Falkirk
Indio, California
Hayward, California
Gainesville, Florida
Galveston, Texas
London, London, City of
Slamannan, Falkirk
Mingo Junction, Ohio
San Diego, California

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75 Responses to Where you are!

  1. ckdexterhaven says:

    Which ones of the locations is the one that reports back to the Department of Homeland Security?

  2. Lola in Spain says:

    “Saludos” from Madrid, Spain, Fr. Z.!

  3. GalacticCatholic says:

    Awesome!!

  4. Jacques says:

    You forgot me in the list
    From Cassis in Provence (France)

  5. marnie says:

    Greetings from Barcelona to Lola from Madrid and to Fr. Z and all other gentle readers.

  6. The Satellite is Moscow City, Moscow. All the usual suspects, including Ft Mitchell.

  7. Jack says:

    Bristol, United Kingdom

  8. Christina says:

    Who is in Shickshinny, PA? My parents hail from Glen Lyon. We used to visit Shickshinny to get this great water from a natural spring.

  9. TJM says:

    I love your commentary to the locations!! Tom

  10. Nicko Acks says:

    Baltimore, MD

  11. Luiz says:

    I am not there too.
    Maringá, Brazil.

  12. Cortney says:

    Redding, Connecticut

  13. Callin says:

    Ooooh, Motherships.

    Add Baltimore, Maryland to the list.

  14. Immaculatae says:

    Tampa Bay,Florda

  15. little gal says:

    “I love your commentary to the locations!! Tom”

    Are you the guy in FLOSSMOOR?

  16. Christina says:

    “Is that you, Fr. Jenkins?”

    If only…it is likely just me or some of my fellow hold-outs here at Our Lady’s University. :)

  17. David says:

    OOOOh Father. Are you an alien? You show an unhealthy interest in Doctor Who.

    The Who Easter special (I think it’s nice the Doctor has an Easter special, but I’m not keen on the current makers’ treatment of the Doctor as god-like. Nor was I happy when, in the recent special, the character of The Doctor implied he knew what “really happened” at the first Easter.

    Please don’t forget us lowly people from the “dark and protestant city” of Dundee, Scotland.

    Anyway, now that the Octave is over. I wish you all a happy Eastertide!

    David.

  18. Thomas says:

    Mingo Junction, OH!!! My roommates last year were from that vicinity and talked about it all the time (and some of their friends were from there). But who could possibly be looking at this blog….

  19. Joaquin says:

    Salta, Argentina, added

  20. J. Wong says:

    Miami, Florida

  21. AuroraChristina says:

    Aurora, Ohio

  22. Eric says:

    Oddly enough, My mother was born in Ft. Mitchell KY.

  23. Jenny says:

    shickshinny, PA?…..what an interesting name….would be interested to know the derivation of that!

    McLean, VA

  24. Emma says:

    Yey! I am one of I’m sure many reading from Cambridge, UK, where I’m a student at the university!

  25. chadstei says:

    It would be interesting to know who is from Shickshinny PA… I am from Berwick PA. If that person is reading this.. Is St Mary’s having a picnic this year?

  26. Suzanne says:

    Hey, Tonkawa, Oklahoma visits you every day!

  27. Helen says:

    Mesa, Arizona visits you every day too!

  28. Luke says:

    Greetings from the Hibernian capital.

    It seems that County Donegal has internet now…
    who would have thought it?

    (hee hee…)

  29. Andreas Mulia says:

    Andreas, Jakarta – Indonesia also a loyal visitor to your website daily.

  30. KY Seminarian says:

    I never knew the Mothership was in my own diocese!

  31. Catherine says:

    Remember the Alamo!
    (Blessings from San Antono, Texas….)

  32. TJM says:

    little gal, no I am not from Flossmoor, Il. I’m from another suburb of Chicago. Tom

  33. Mary Conces says:

    I wonder why Battle Creek, MI, never seems to come up on these lists. I certainly am a faithful follower.

  34. prof. basto says:

    Greetings from the Archdiocese of St. Sebastian of Rio de Janeiro, today under a brand new Archbishop, and hoping for a TLM.

  35. Jane says:

    Brisbane, Australia

  36. Mad Boopers says:

    Cedar Rapids, Iowa

  37. ssoldie says:

    There is a couple of us in Brainerd,Minnesota you missed.Don’t you like Brainerd, Mn?

  38. RBrown says:

    RBrown, I distinctly remember the smoke being earlier than it would have been, had they burned the ballots at the end of the day’s last scrutiny (the chimney started smoking at about 1745, if I recall).
    The distinctness with which I remember this is no guarantee of my memory’s reliability, though :-)
    Comment by Chris Altieri

    You might be right. When I turned on the TV, however, they were saying that it was longer than expected from the time they had entered for the afternoon session.

    The first ballot already having taken place the day before, Apr 19th began with the 2d and 3d ballots in the morning session. BXVI was elected on the 1st afternoon ballot (3rd of the day, 4th overall). I think the 5:45 smoke would have been early for the second afternoon ballot, but it was late for the first when in fact he was elected.

  39. Guadalupe says:

    You have faithful readers in Athens County, Ohio.

  40. martha says:

    Perkins, Oklahoma – every day.

  41. Stephan Japuntich says:

    Dear Father:

    I am a regular reader from behind the corn curtain within the confines of the schismatic Archdiocese of Dubuque. Internet Free WDTPRS is among the few resources to truth accessible to those of us who are liturgical “Schutte-ins”. Keep up the good work so that those of us in need may one day have licit Masses.

    Stephan Japuntich
    Webster City, Iowa

  42. Patricia Gonzalez says:

    Bonjour (er, bonsoir) from Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec, Canada. I too am an almost daily visitor to your blog, Father. Interesting to see how many of us there are world-wide. That means we’re definitely “Catholic”!

  43. LCB says:

    I totally don’t get the Ft. Mitchel KY Mothership reference.

  44. philippines says:

    How about the Philippines…here!

  45. Brandon says:

    Mingo Junction is probably a Franciscan Professor or student! Don’t forget Father, lots of us Steubenvillians are thrice-daily (or more!) Visitors to your blog!

  46. Scott says:

    Im from down under, Wellington. New Zealand

  47. Michelle Marie Romani says:

    Greetings from the Capitol of the Republic of the Rio Grande, Laredo, Texas!

  48. Mary W says:

    Hello from Temecula, CA. And a warm hello to your Manchester, NH visitor, my birthplace.

  49. Dino says:

    An outcast behind the Orange (California) Curtain…his lordship is due to retire in about 30 months.
    Wheeeee!

  50. Matthew M says:

    I wonder if my home is the only Z-connected home in Bloomington, IN?

    By contrast – when we lived in Columbus Ohio ‘Zuhlsdorf’.. well I wouldn’t say it was a household word. But if you wanted to attend the pre-motu latin mass, you’d knock three times on the side door and say “Open, Zuhlsdorf!

  51. jedesto says:

    Read your posts regularly in Chattanooga, the one in Tennessee, USA. God bless!

  52. Father Totton says:

    greetings from the once episcopal see city of St. Joseph, MO. About 50 years back, The Holy See combined our fair municipality with a city of much less importance (not even named for a saint) one hour to the south. We still hold out for the day when the Bishop will return as full-time ordinary and reclaim H.E.’s rightful place in our Cathedral. Until that gloriuos day, we will continue to faithfully check in on the word from the Sabine Farm.

  53. chris p says:

    Cool! Los Angeles made the list! :)

    Mothership…the Visitors? Hopefully, Diana isn’t wearing 80′s big hair still. Or perhaps the Goa’uld? Oh no! Anubus or Baal are about to attack! Jaffa, kree!

  54. Saskia says:

    Hello from the Catholic Hinterland a.k.a. Utah. I feel so alone…the Faith here, in general (though there are a few exceptions), seems lethargic and tepid and defeated in the face of the Mormon Giant. So many concessions have been made..a stale clinging to pop liturgy (Life teen Masses) desperately trying to attract youth. We need the fire of Roman Catholic orthodoxy to win Latter-Day hearts and souls.

  55. Saskia says:

    Let me clarify..we need the fire of Roman Catholic Orthodoxy to win back Catholic souls! Latter Day souls would be a bonus.

  56. Daniel Nekic says:

    What about Sydney, Australia?!?!

  57. Tess says:

    Kia ora from Greymouth, New Zealand :)

  58. Noel says:

    Not sure if I’m the Liverpool (UK?) connection – could be others – as I am in suburbs, but my ISP is located in Sheffield.

  59. Andrew says:

    Perth, Western Australia.

  60. Tomas says:

    To infinity, and beyond!

  61. Liz F. says:

    Father Z:

    You don’t know how heartening and comforting it is to read about so many like-minded folks; plus we can all use the humor! Thanks to the great start of a new week! God bless! Lincoln, NE

  62. Jim says:

    Middletown MD here and I could check in a lot more often if there was a FrZ iPhone app…hint hint

  63. Martin says:

    Hey Father! Reading the blog on a ferry on the Irish Sea. Only recently discovered how good the blog functionality is on my mobile phone. Ain’t technology wonderful? [When it works it's great!]

  64. Mattk says:

    La Crosse, WI

  65. irishgirl says:

    Utica, NY here!

    I’m a regular ‘Z-reader’!

    Hoping we get a new Bishop soon-our current one has been retired for a couple years. Please, Holy Papa Benedict, send us a new shepherd!

  66. laurazim says:

    Teehee…I’m much nearer Madison than Ripon, but I know that’s where my server says I am. Greetings from the Heartland!

  67. Butters Stotch says:

    Just curious, but what makes Ft. Mitchell so special?

  68. Julie says:

    Darn it. I want to be included in that list. I don’t visit often enough.

  69. Anthony in TX says:

    Wow! Berkeley, California is in that list. Brick by brick, indeed!

  70. Marilee says:

    Hello there Fr Z,
    Daily blogger from Seattle, Wa Thanks for all you do. We are now more imformed than below, Thanks to modern technologies. Before, we use to receive news for the Holy Father, 6 Months to I Year after. NOW, with internet,youtube/vatican and others , we are able to see what is going on. That is why I wonder why these Cardinal, Archbishops, Bishops really think that they can hide their erroneous decisions????

  71. faithful one says:

    Dear Fr Z, Greetings from Renton, WA. Daily blogger. Thanks for keeping us informed on lastest happenings in the Church. Hello to all of you daily bloggers around the world. God bless

  72. Scott Mastel says:

    Greetings to all from Fargo, especially the ladies from España. Viví un rato en vuestro querido país hace dos años. ¡Cuanto la echo de menos! Escuchad, cuento con regresar a España para la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en 2011. Estaba buscando unas parroquias donde soliera tener lugar la Misa Extraordinaria. No he tenido mucha suerte en la red. ¿Conocéis unos buenos lugares en vuestras ciudades respectivas? (Por cierto, no estoy dispuesto a ir a una Misa SSPX). ¡Cuidaos!

  73. Bogna says:

    Poznan, Poland

  74. Were watching from Nova Scotia as well with out binoculars and hearing devices…