Where are you?

You all know that I am at the Sabine Farm.   But where are you?

Here is a snapshot of different some of you visitors are located:

Sydney, New South Wales
Roseville, California
Bronx, New York
So Paulo, Sao Paulo
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Columbus, Ohio
Shreveport, Louisiana
Graz, Steiermark
Brooklyn, New York
Johnston, Iowa
Rome, Lazio
Wan Chai
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Winston Salem, North Ca…
Vienna, Wien
Amagasaki, Hyogo
Dallas, Texas
Seattle, Washington
Torino, Piemonte
Willingboro, New Jersey
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Atlanta, Georgia
Moorabbin, Victoria
Williamston, South Caro…
San Jose, California
Fresno, California
Fort Collins, Colorado
Bridgeport, Pennsylvania
Turku, Western Finland
Los Angeles, California
Lewis Center, Ohio
Richmond, Virginia
Homebush, New South Wales
Roslindale, Massachusetts
Alpharetta, Georgia
Yarker, Ontario
Greenville, South Carol…
Spokane, Washington
Orlando, Florida
Birmingham, Alabama
Arlington, Virginia
Colon, Michigan
Clifton, New Jersey
San Leandro, California
Elmont, New York
Atlanta, Georgia
Englewood, Colorado
Bronx, New York
Houston, Texas
San Diego, California
Seattle, Washington
Dallas, Texas
Windsor Mill, Maryland
Louisville, Kentucky
Los Angeles, California
Knoxville, Tennessee
Simpsonville, South Car…
Secaucus, New Jersey
London, Lambeth
Brighton, Massachusetts
Secaucus, New Jersey
London, Lambeth
Westerville, Ohio
Stuvsta, Stockholms Lan
Breesport, New York
Toledo, Ohio
Sacramento, California
Garland, Texas
Chicago, Illinois
Phoenix, Arizona
Newton Center, Massachu…
Portland, Maine
Kingfisher, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Weymouth, Massachusetts
Indianapolis, Indiana
Los Angeles, California
New Haven, Connecticut
Raleigh, North Carolina
Norfolk, Virginia
College Station, Texas
Berkeley, Illinois
Ottawa, Ontario

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  1. Robert says:

    Sydney yay!

  2. I read you every day . I am in Archbishop Raymond Burke’s diocese,specifically St. Louis, Mo. U.S.A.I absolutely love your blog and your articles in the Wandererer. Thank so much for all you do! I pray for you,

  3. Jim says:

    Add Willits, California (diocese of Santa Rosa) to your list. And by the way, every time you refer to the Sabine Farm it makes me think of the picture in my first year Latin book called “The Rape of Sabine Women” — a subject of great jocularity among us 8th graders.

  4. telcontar says:

    Whoever’s in w’boro, how’s Fr Ryan doing?
    He was stationed at my home parish (olgc, moorestown) when he was first ordained and was a big influence as I began to discern a vocation.

    mt Laurel, NJ

  5. Julie says:

    Here’s one from Amityville, Insula Longa, Novus Yorkus.

  6. MJ says:

    here is another one from David City, Nebraska, blessed to be in the Bishop Bruskewitz Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska!

  7. Cpt Tom says:

    I am reading your blog here in beautiful Corning, NY.

    You are a ray of liturgical sunshine here in the wasteland that is the Rochester Diocese.

    Thank you for your fine blog!

  8. mariadevotee says:

    Nashville, TN Bishop David Choby–great orthodox man of God.

  9. Cpt Tom: Look on the bright side, even taking into consideration Rule VIII of the House of God, it is likely that things will improve there.

  10. Maureen says:

    Isn’t it “Nova Eboracum”?

  11. Marcin says:

    Warszawa’s on the list! Yay! My city! Yay!

    Father Z., whichever stone you turn there’s your friend under.

    May God bless you

  12. Julie says:

    Hammonton, NJ

  13. Cpt Tom says:

    Fr Z.

    True. I pray for a Co-adjudicator or a recall to Rome for a “special assignment” for our Bishop. Otherwise it’s going to be 2011 before he’s eligible for retirement.
    I realize that in the life of the Church that is a nanosecond, so I’m patient.

    My wife who is from Shanghai reminds me that at least the hosts are validly consecrated and there aren’t any police swooping into arrest the congregation. She grew up in the Chinese underground Church, so her perspective is a bit sobering.

  14. Fr. Brian Stanley says:

    Coldwater, Michigan checking in.

    I see my neighbor in Colon, Michigan was here.

    Interesting name: the town is on a lake which is shaped like a Colon, I kid you not.

  15. Animadversor says:

    Cpt Tom,

    Indeed, your wife’s perspective is sobering. As for your bishop, if things are as bad as you suggest, perhaps he does need to go. but how much better if he were to change. If God has not given up on us, let’s not give up on each other. I would be interested to know if any readers know of any bishops who have “come around.”

  16. Michael Cross says:

    Don’t forget Sancti Ludovici (St. Louis) where the red hat is awaited.

  17. Peter Cosgrove says:

    I read you and Rorate Caeli very day. Saper Vedere. In Corde Jesu

  18. Peter Cosgrove says:

    I read you and Rorate Caeli very day. I live in Ireland. Saper Vedere. In Corde Jesu

  19. Dan says:

    Greetings from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, home to 5 million Catholics but only two indult Masses a week — and only one a month in the entire City of Los Angeles.

  20. Justin says:

    Hello Father Z.

    In anticipation of the MP, my pastor invited several of us to his “private” Mass in the Tridentine Rite. I don’t know if this is legal, but it was wonderful to see Roman vestments and experience Holy Mass once again on the high altar.


  21. James Straight says:

    It seems to me that Columbus, Ohio pops up quite a bit. And I should point out that Westerville is a suburb of Columbus and Lewis Center is maybe 20 miles north of Columbus. You have a lot of faithful readers here.


  22. mary margaret says:

    Hey Father Z,
    Checking in from Wichita, KS–home of Bishop Michael Jackels (wonderful holy and orthodox Bishop). We had 4 ordinations to the priesthood and 3 ordinations to the transitional diaconate this May. Yippee!

  23. Jennifer says:

    I’m one of the Dallas’s, woo!

  24. Marco says:

    Loxton in the Riverland of South Australia, Australia. (About 12 hours from Sydney, 8 from Melbourne, 3 from Adelaide). We are in the Diocese of Port Pirie (well, we will be in about 10 days!) where the Bishop is Bishop Daniel Eugene Hurley.

    Do I win the strangest location?

  25. Marianne says:

    Your almost-daily Rockford, Michigan reader, checking in!
    My parish, St. Patrick-Parnell is part Bishop Walter Hurley’s
    Grand Rapids Diocese.

    Glad to hear your summer is going well.

    Blessings to you!!

  26. Athanasius says:

    God bless you! Greetings from Mahonyville…..

  27. jds says:

    Keeping tabs down in Queretaro, Mexico!

  28. D.B. Prewitt says:

    Greetings you Father Zuhlsdorf, from a mountaintop in Speedwell, Tennessee in the Diocese of Knoxville.

  29. jun says:

    Father Z

    Manila Philippines

    Please pray for our bishops…they are becoming more politically oriented rather
    than uplifting the spiritual dimensions of our people

  30. D.B. Prewitt says:

    Greetings TO you Father Zuhlsdorf, from a mountaintop in Speedwell, Tennessee in the Diocese of Knoxville.
    The “to” did not post in my previous post.

  31. Joe Healy says:

    Fr. Z – Keep up the great work, both in submission to Truth and in being a joyful Catholic witness.

    God bless,

    Joe in Baltimore, Maryland (St. Agnes Parish; Card. Wm. Keeler, Archbishop of Baltimore).

  32. Chris Garton-Zavesky says:

    Louisville KY, soon to be Sacramento California

  33. techno_aesthete says:

    Rome, Lazio – Does that include Vatican City or do requests from .va appear as their own location?

  34. berenike says:

    Marcin – I was about to say “oh look, my wireless access registers as Warsaw”…dziaÅ‚ka 24km beyond Łochów….

  35. M. says:

    God bless you father! Gloucestershire.

  36. Jennie says:

    I check in here about once a day from the Twin Cities metro area (MN.)Go twins!

  37. Tacoma, Washington
    Chicago, Illinois
    Santiago, Region Metrop…
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Austin, Texas
    Saint Paul, Minnesota
    Saint Paul, Minnesota
    Tacoma, Washington
    Chicago, Illinois
    Santiago, Region Metrop…
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Rockton, Pennsylvania
    Washington, District of…
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Oakland Gardens, New York
    Saint Louis, Missouri
    Alexandria, Virginia
    Carrollton, Texas
    New York
    Portland, Oregon
    Naples, Florida
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Stowe, Vermont
    Saint Stephen, Minnesota
    Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah P…
    Omaha, Nebraska
    Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    Petaluma, California
    Annapolis, Maryland
    Scarsdale, New York
    San Dimas, California
    Notre Dame, Indiana
    Saint Louis, Missouri
    York, Pennsylvania
    Fresh Meadows, New York
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Collegeville, Minnesota
    Tuskegee Institute, Ala…
    Bothell, Washington
    Corning, New York
    Houston, Texas
    Oakville, Ontario

  38. Danilo says:

    São Paulo, Brazil!
    Here I am
    A very “cool” site (oops, blog!).
    Fr. Z, não sei se entende português, mas continue firme na fé!


  39. Teresa B. says:

    Orangeville, Ontario, (Canada)
    Diocese of the Great Archbishop Collins
    Wife of Bear

  40. Pawel Pojawa says:

    berenike, Marcin, we’re three now (that is, if berenike’s dziaÅ‚ka counts ;)


  41. Marcin says:

    Pawle, berenike surely counts. I might not, though – reading Fr.Z. from the Washington, DC area (for quite some time now).


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