Where are you?

It has been a while since I’ve posted one of these "where are you" entries.  Here is a snapshot of the last few minutes.   These places are not precise.  Someone living in St. Ipsidipsy might actually be registered on the internet backbone through Black Duck, or Tall Tree, if you get what I mean.

Here we go!

New Orleans, Louisiana
Binghamton, New York
Woodstock, Georgia
Vancouver, Washington
Auburn University, Alabama
Munro, Buenos Aires
Tallahassee, Florida
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Cincinnati, Ohio
Canton, Ohio
Staten Island, New York
Irving, Texas
Nashville, Tennessee
London, Lambeth
Notre Dame, Indiana
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Jakarta, Jawa Barat
Berkeley, California    
Emmitsburg, Maryland  [Mount St. Mary Seminary?]
La Storta, Lazio
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Plaistow, West Sussex
Quezon City
Gladwyne, Pennsylvania
Holzgerlingen, Baden-Wu…
Saint Peters, Missouri
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Los Angeles, California
Kansas City, Missouri
Paulo, Maranhao
Leatherhead, Bromley
Pharr, Texas
Moorhead, Minnesota
Colfax, Indiana
Johnston, Iowa
Geneva, Geneve
Poughkeepsie, New York
Saginaw, Michigan
Detroit, Michigan
Arlington, Virginia
Saint Louis, Missouri [Kendrick-Glennon Seminary?]
Saint Paul, Minnesota [Univ. of St. Thomas…. St. Paul Seminary?]
Hyde Park, Massachusetts
Philipsburg, La Massana
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisco…
Bend, Oregon
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Waterloo, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario
San Antonio, Texas
Stamford, Connecticut
Merrill, Wisconsin
Stockholm, Stockholms Lan
Midlothian, Virginia
Gibson, Tennessee
Fort Worth, Texas
Anderson, South Carolina
Cleveland, Ohio
Bloomfield Hills, Michi…
Lincoln, Nebraska
Blacklick, Ohio
Groesbeek, Gelderland
Iowa City, Iowa
Indianapolis, Indiana
South Hadley, Massachus…
Edmonton, Alberta
Palo Alto, California
North Little Rock, Arka…
Daytona Beach, Florida
Mankato, Minnesota
Leavenworth, Kansas
Boston, Massachusetts
Preston, Washington
Columbus, Ohio [Josephinum?]
Hyattsville, Maryland
Philadelphia, Pennsylva… [St Charles Borromeo Seminary?]
New Haven, Connecticut
Tampa, Florida
Bethlehem, Georgia
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Newton Junction, New Ha…
Winnipeg, Manitoba
West Chester, Ohio
Silver Spring, Maryland
Philippine, Benguet
Columbia, South Carolina
Naples, Florida
Seattle, Washington
West Des Moines, Iowa
San Jose, California
Saint John, New Brunswick
Washington, District of…
Celina, Ohio
Alexandria, Virginia
Damascus, Maryland
Fayetteville, Georgia
Emmitsburg, Maryland
Bethesda, Maryland
Royal Oak, Michigan
Richmond, Virginia
Singapore, Dakar
Indian Trail, North Car…
Holzgerlingen, Baden-Wu…
Des Plaines, Illinois
Eccles, Trafford
Richardson, Texas
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Kista, Stockholms Lan
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Emmitsburg, Maryland
Ithaca, New York
Front Royal, Virginia
Cincinnati, Ohio
[Mt. St. Mary of the West Seminary?]
Chestnut Hill, Massachu…
Johnstown, Pennsylvania

My special greetings go out to seminarians reading the blog!

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  1. Michael C. says:

    Thanks, Fr. Z. The seminarians in St. Louis are faithful to your blog and thank you for all you’ve done in spreading the message of truth.

  2. MSusa says:

    Hey Father, we never make your list and we don’t know why. We are in Mississippi.

  3. MSusa: It’s not personal. I suppose you are one of those whose registration on the internet comes through as “United States” or “Unknown”. I don’t include those in the list. Now that you mention it, I don’t recall seeing Mississippi very often. Too many “s”‘s maybe?

  4. anon says:

    You might want to add Mt. St. Mary Seminary of the West Seminary after Cincinnati :-)

  5. Dustin says:

    What is this, and how does it work? Have I missed something?

  6. Jay says:

    JACKSONVILLE, FL here !!!!!

  7. EJ says:

    The Chancery of the Archdiocese of Washington is in Hyattsville, Maryland… hmmm – it’s a long shot, but their just might be some closeted fans of this blog there!

  8. Jim says:

    Scotland doesn’t appear either….maybe that’s because we haven’t got the Internet:
    “The Ipsos Mori report found that the American public believes Scotland has a “backward” lifestyle, with no modern technology such as computers or microwaves. Of course, we know that’s not true. How else would Scots cook their Micro Chips or reheat takeaways?”

  9. Rob Q says:

    West Roxbury, Massachusetts USA

  10. Rob Q says:

    U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center
    Natick, Massachusetts

  11. Henry Edwards says:

    Someone living in St. Ipsidipsy might actually be registered on the internet backbone through Black Duck, or Tall Tree, if you get what I mean.

    These must be places deep in the mountains of East Tennessee, where I’m sure someone is almost always on-line at WDTPRS, but has never shown up in your “Where are you?” listings.

  12. William Casey says:

    I notice Midlothian, Virginia. How about the REAL Midlothian – in Scotland!!!

  13. Dan J. says:

    Bronx, New York over here

  14. occassional commenter says:

    FYI: The Josephinum is located in Worthington, Ohio a suburb just north of Columbus. Of course their ISP may be registered in Columbus.

  15. Seminonymous says:

    My seminary was in a previous list, but not this one.

    Thanks for your support!

  16. Maureen says:

    If your ISP is a big ISP, you’ll show up all kinds of places where you aren’t. :)

  17. J. Wong says:

    Fr. Z., Thank you for all you are doing. Regards from Miami, Florida

  18. Dave says:

    Scenic Milwaukee, WI!

  19. Nathan says:

    + JMJ +

    Well, I’m trying to plan my future vacations on WDTPRS, but in Mapquest I keep getting:

    Your search for “St. Ipsidipsy” did not match any locations. Please revise your search.

    In Christ,

  20. Jeff Pinyan says:

    Princeton, NJ, representing.

  21. Tedster says:

    Brighton, Colorado!

  22. Marysann says:

    Fr. Z, we read you here in Israel, too.

  23. andreas says:

    Durham, North Carolina calling!

  24. Allan says:

    I’m wondering why San Diego hasn’t made your list. I get several emails from you per day that I very much enjoy. In thanks, I’ve sent along a small contribution on the internet. Keep up the great work, we must not allow this opportunity to be lost; 40 years is a long time to wait.

    Deo gratias. Dominus vobiscum.

  25. Mike in NC says:

    Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A.

  26. Mike says:

    Phoenix, AZ. also not on the above list.

  27. Matthew M says:

    Father Zuhlsdorf,
    No doubt you have plenty of readers at the Josephinum, but your readership in Columbus is probably bigger. As our (formerly ‘indult’) Diocesan TLM, you are routinely invoked without explanation.  Sometimes we refer to you as ‘our other Pastor’.

  28. Discipulus_Ecclesiae says:

    I think that Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, might include St Charles Borromeo Seminary — you have a very loyal readership here, and we thank you for your prayers and coverage of the Usus Antiquor.

    Deo gratias agimus tibi et sacerdotati tuae!

  29. Matthew M: you are routinely invoked without explanation. Sometimes we refer to you as ‘our other Pastor’.



  30. Discipulus: Then greet the whole gang for me and tell them to be good.

  31. Carlos says:

    I´m in Cruzeiro, São Paulo, Brazil.

  32. brother says:

    the seminarians of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook are big fans of the blog — religious and diocesan alike.

  33. Iohannes says:

    Fr. Z-

    Greetings from Potomac, MD where we are in dire need of a Latin Mass.

    And a special hello to Rob Q from my old home town of West Roxbury, MA!

  34. 007 says:

    I posted through a proxy. So, my location always be be a mystery to you.


  35. PNP, OP says:

    Fr.Z., the Irving, TX hits are from the University of Dallas where I routinely quote your New and Improved translations in my classes. Also, Holy Trinity Seminary is on campus as well…no doubt you have fans over there !

    Fr. Philip, OP

  36. James says:

    Gering, Nebraska

    An orthodox deep in the heart of dissension territory!

  37. David says:

    Father, I read you daily from Adelaide, South Australia.

  38. john says:

    Detroit, MI
    Seminarian at Sacred Heart Major Seminary

  39. Marcin says:

    Greetings from Potomac, MD where we are in dire need of a Latin Mass

    and make it Gaithersburg, MD as well

  40. rk says:

    There are a few others here as well, like from our baby seminary in Fargo, ND. (Cardinal Muench)

  41. matt1618 says:

    Hello from a seminarian at St. Mary’s Seminary (Roland Park), Baltimore, MD!

  42. Armand-Jean says:

    South Orange, New Jersey – Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University (‘The old Dunwoodie’)- sadly, those of us here who read this blog generally use the RSS feed…

  43. Father V. says:

    Checking in from North Chelmsford, Massachusetts! You are a gift to us all, Father Z!

    God love you,

    Father Ventura

  44. Tim says:

    Hollywood, CA here!

  45. sacerdos says:

    New Orleans, Louisiana…

    Notre Dame Seminary??

  46. Didymus says:

    Watervliet, NY

  47. Chris says:

    Melbourne Australia

  48. Andy K. says:

    Dear Fr. Z.,

    Just to add two other seminary possibilities to your list up above:

    1) Toronto: Could be from St. Michael’s
    2) San Antonio, TX: Could be Assumption Seminary

  49. Lisa says:

    Gaming, Austria

  50. AGA says:

    Ankara, Turkey

  51. Susan says:

    Whidbey Island, WA

  52. JPG says:

    Fairfield, CT, USA

  53. btb says:

    New Haven, Connecticut and Indianapolis, Indiana; not precisely bilocating.

  54. CB says:

    Rottenburg am Neckar, Germany – between Black Forest and Lake of Constance

  55. Royce says:

    Fr. Z,

    A big thank you for everything you do from Mendoza, Argentina.

  56. Kim Poletto says:

    Englewood Colorado says hello and thank you!

  57. Mary Conces says:

    BATTLE CREEK, MI here.

  58. Matthew says:

    Fr. Z,
    After the Pope and Augustine, you are the next creature on the hierarchy of ecclesiastical being that is often invoked.
    Be assured that there are those who read your blog before they pray the office of readings. Your ratings are beyond and OVER
    other blogs at the BROOK.

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