Where you are!

Here is a snapshot of the last few minutes, as I scan to see where people are right now as they are visiting.

I find that fascinating.  Imagine.. people from all over the world can find there way here and interact.

There are in some cases approximations.  I excluded those which mere say "United States" or some such.

Portland, Oregon
APO, Armed Forces Europ…
Melbourne, Victoria
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Lanark, South Lanarkshire
Norfolk, Virginia
Nagoya, Aichi
Wallisellen, Zurich
Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Ch…
Brisbane, Queensland
Geneva, Geneve
Bristol, Bristol, City of
Surrey, British Columbia
Annecy, Rhone-Alpes
Warsaw, Warszawa
Vienna, Wien
Karachi, Sindh
San Diego, California
Chicago, Illinois
Kailua Kona, Hawaii
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Bellevue, Washington
Brisbane, Queensland
Glen Innes, New South W…
Anchorage, Alaska
Rome, Lazio
Perth, Western Australia
Saint Johns, Pennsylvania
Vancouver, British Colu…
Tychy, Katowice
Indianapolis, Indiana
Figline Valdarno, Toscana
Mission Viejo, California
Los Angeles, California
Wrgl, Tirol
Sydney, New South Wales
Gouderak, Zuid-Holland
Munchen, Brandenburg
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Bronx, New York
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Denver, Colorado
Bloomington, Indiana
Victoria, British Colum…
Mexicali, Baja California
Chicago, Illinois
Pravia, Asturias
Portland, Oregon
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
San Diego, California
Poway, California
Rome, Lazio
Santa Ana, California
Kansas City, Missouri
Phoenixville, Pennsylva…
Beirut, Beyrouth
Fresno, California
London, London, City of
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Los Angeles, California
Brownsdale, Minnesota
Perth, Western Australia
Bozeman, Montana
Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Albstadt, Baden-Wurttem…
Holyoke, Massachusetts
Satellite Provider <– Ooooo…. aliens
Bergen, Hordaland
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Pleasureville, Kentucky
Sacramento, California
Aliso Viejo, California
Calgary, Alberta
Vero Beach, Florida
Mountain Grove, Missouri
Hennepin, Illinois
Rome, Lazio
Milan, Lombardia
Basingstoke, Hampshire
Bakersfield, California
Covina, California
Canberra, Australian Ca…
Maidenhead, Windsor and…
Portland, Oregon
La Laguna, Canarias
Caloocan, Quezon City
Wildwood, New Jersey
Austin, Texas

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  1. marnie says:

    Hello to the reader in Santa Ana, California (St. Anne Parish) , my home town before moving to Europe.

  2. Thomas says:

    Father, it would seem that you are not only of international, but indeed of interplanetary fame. Congratulations!

  3. Roland de Chanson says:

    I notice two visits from the Holy See (Vatican City State) [Oh, THAT Holy See. ;-)].

    This is probably as unsettling as the political blogger who gets visits from the U.S. Government (Washington D.C.) [Oh, THAT U.S. Government!]

    Did the Holy See post anything? Not even a “OBSERVARIS”? :-)

  4. Bernardo Flores says:

    Greetings from Mission,TX(Rio Grande Valley 65deg)

  5. Andrew, UK and sometimes Canada says:

    The Holy See visitor wouldn’t post anything…His Holiness probably doesn’t want to seem to favour any particular blogger.

  6. Brandon says:

    SCV huh? Perhaps our Holy Father is a secret watcher of the Z-Cam

  7. CPT Tom says:

    Salutations from Corning, NY. Where “Brick by Brick” is the mantra of our schola. Keep on posting Father, it is through your excellent posts (and the New Liturgical Movement) that have helped us educate your brethren here in this corner of the Rochester Diocese to the point we actually have a monthly OF mass with (mostly) Latin Ordinary and Propers. Like an ant moving a boulder up hill we continue to progress.

    Thank you for giving us light for the journey!

  8. kevin says:

    Mountain Grove, MO? My wife’s aunt and uncle live there!

  9. Paul S. Quist says:

    Here’s Edmonton, Alberta, Canada reporting in.


  10. Jason says:

    Good to see a visitor from Saigon, Vietnam (aka “Ho Chi Minh City”)!!

  11. Eric says:

    Karachi, Sindh

    Peccavisti father

  12. therese b says:

    Those from the UK at 1.42 am must be insomniacs….

  13. Albertus says:

    Dear Father, I read your blog daily and have learned much from it. I like the podcasts and the Advent/Christmas Collects etc. We have an ongoing problem with getting a TLM started in our local parishes in Ireland. Can you provide some help to solve this problem ?

  14. trespinos says:

    Nice to see Portland, Oregon, represented by three visitors. As probably the most unchurched city in the most unchurched state, one wonders sometimes if anyone is paying attention there, but happily it appears some are. Keep supporting your Cantores in Ecclesia, too.

  15. Trevor says:

    I wonder how aliens view the liturgical upheaval of the post-VII era?

    Perhaps that’s just a proxy for the National Catholic Reporter? They seem like they’re from another world, no?

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