Where are you?

Here is where I was during the Pope’s book presentation.  You can just see my computer screen through the crowd.

That is where I was yesterday.

Here is a snapshot of where some of you are right now as I am looking at my stats.

Plano, Texas
Charlestown, Indiana
Columbus, Ohio
Unknown Country
Grorud, Oslo
Kent, Ohio
Arroyo Grande, California
Emmitsburg, Maryland
Sells, Arizona
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Oakland, California
Deseronto, Ontario
Melville, New York
Anchorage, Alaska
Saint Louis, Missouri
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Whittier, California
South Bend, Indiana
Villanova, Pennsylvania
Hammond, Louisiana
Bangor, North Down
Brooklyn, New York
Saint Charles, Missouri
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Wangaratta, Victoria
Silver Spring, Maryland
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Tibiri, Sao Paulo
Iron Mountain, Michigan
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sioux Falls, South Dakota (home of the Canaries!)
Bend, Oregon
Kansas City, Missouri
Jamaica, New York
Sugar Land, Texas
Herndon, Virginia
Toledo, Ohio
Lancaster, Ohio
Chicago, Illinois
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Austin, Texas
Richmond, Virginia
Tucker, Georgia
Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Millwall, Newham
Millbrook, Ontario
Florence, Kentucky
Roselle, New Jersey
Cupertino, California
Regina, Saskatchewan
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Roseville, California
Absecon, New Jersey
Yonkers, New York
New Haven, Connecticut
Itasca, Illinois
Washington, DC
Falls Church, Virginia
Arlington, Texas
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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  1. Anne Bolmarcich says:

    Don’t forget Princeton NJ

  2. Peter says:

    How can you find the place? My location hasn ´t been named so far. I don´t know why. I am from Slovakia, btw.

  3. Lynne says:

    Darn! I’m never on when you do that (Melrose MA).

  4. I only list the places of visitors actually online when I happed to be looking.

  5. Maureen says:

    Re: the above story —

    I would remind the good cardinal that the Hidden Christians — poor villagers without education, descended from folks who’d only received the slightest of Catholic catechical training before persecution began and they had to run — maintained a few responses and prayers in only slightly mangled Latin, over a period of hundreds of years, without knowledgeable teachers or even knowing what the words meant!

    I would further remind the good cardinal that nobody tells the Japanese Buddhists that it’s too much for them to memorize sutras in Chinese, much less Sanskrit. Sanskrit, like Latin, is an Indo-European language, but actually has _more_ cases and tenses than Latin.

    So I would humbly suggest that the good cardinal is talking through his galero as far as linguistics and historical evidence is concerned.

  6. Theodoricus says:

    Darn! I’m 20 times a day on and i’m not on that list..

    Amsterdam-The Netherlands

  7. James Straight says:

    Columbus! Woo hoo!

    I believe I have noticed that pop up a few times. I believe you probably have quite a few readers here, father.

  8. Statius says:

    Huzzah! Halifax again! Maybe the only one here. Well… a few others perhaps.

  9. Craigmaddie says:

    Scotland never seems to appear…

  10. Zach says:

    Yeah! Go Columbus OH!

    BTW Fr. Z, where exactly are you from and what do you do?

    (sorry, newbie reader here and long time blogger)

  11. Patricia Gonzalez says:

    How about Hudson, Quebec? (Hello, Halifax, I’m originally from St. John’s Newfoundland).

  12. Paul MacLeod says:

    Australia (much less Geelong, Victoria) doesn’t turn up often, but we’re here, Father, looking at you!

  13. Joe says:

    I was wondering when I would get to be on one of those lists Father.
    Whats the mention of the canaries about?
    Joe- Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

  14. Oh Happy Day! Day wherein Sioux Falls did appear! I have been waiting to see my home on your list for what seems an eternity, and not only was it on the list, but it had a link to the Canaries website!

    I will be in Rome the first part of May, maybe I can bring you some Canaries paraphernalia, and in return you can teach me the secret to making good Italian espresso.

  15. Fr. Christiensen: I thank you for the offer of Canaries swag. However, you might keep it there in anticipation of my return to the Sabine Farm. When you come, do get in touch and we will find that espresso… or other things worth looking for.

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