Where you are

I am always fascinated to see the places people are when they visit the blog.  These are not always perfectly accurate, of course.  Sometimes only areas are registered.  Still…

I cut out all the "Unknown" and vague entries such as "Canada".

Here is a snapshop of a few minutes of visits.

Amazing… how we can network across the globe in the blink of an eye.

Saint Mary, Missouri
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Absecon, New Jersey
Baltimore, Maryland
London, London, City of
Winter Park, Florida
Cleveland, Ohio
Ozone Park, New York
Tunapuna, Saint George
Uncasville, Connecticut
Boones Mill, Virginia
Ozone Park, New York
New York
Detroit, Michigan
Deep River, Connecticut
Pretoria, Gauteng
Buffalo, New York
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Glasgow, Glasgow City
Toronto, Ontario
Chicago, Illinois
Fargo, North Dakota
San Fernando, Pampanga
Miami, Florida
Sydney, New South Wales
Cebu, Cebu City
Aurich, Niedersachsen
Vankleek Hill, Ontario
Houston, Texas
Portland, Oregon
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Riverdale, Georgia
Naperville, Illinois
Makati, Rizal
Lake Mary, Florida
Ft Mitchell, Kentucky
Kansas City, Missouri
Traverse City, Michigan
South Bend, Indiana
Dallas, Texas
Cape Coral, Florida
Perryville, Missouri
Woodbridge, Virginia
Largo, Florida
Warrenton, Virginia
Ratisbon, Bayern
Tacoma, Washington
Hemel Hempstead, Hertford
Yonkers, New York
Oxford, Connecticut
Washington, District of…
Munich, Bayern
Mc Lean, Virginia
Macon, Georgia
Columbia, South Carolina
New City, New York
Jacksonville, Florida
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Orlando, Florida
Santiago, Region Metrop…
Cape Coral, Florida
Andernach, Rheinland-Pf…
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Brighton, East Sussex
Stratford, Wisconsin
Bronx, New York
Glenrock, Wyoming
West Monroe, New York
La Crosse, Wisconsin
London, London, City of
Moulineaux, Haute-Norma…
Burke, Virginia
Makati, Rizal
Newark, New Jersey
Orland Park, Illinois
Anderson, South Carolina
Basel, Basel-Stadt
Mount Kisco, New York
Weston, Connecticut
Chattanooga, Tennessee
East Providence, Rhode …
Saint Louis, Missouri
Sidney, Nebraska
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Portland, Oregon
Lexington, Virginia
Moscow, Moscow City
Rijeka, Primorsko-Goran…
Hagerstown, Maryland
Brussels, Brussels Hoof…
Winston Salem, North Ca…
Bethpage, Tennessee
Morwell, Victoria
Upperville, Virginia
Washington, District of…
Rocklin, California
Bakersfield, California
Lafayette, Colorado
Newburgh, New York
Hartford, Connecticut
Melbourne, Victoria
Brooklyn, New York
Buenos Aires, Distrito …
Geneseo, New York
New Haven, Connecticut
Leominster, Massachusetts
Jacksonville, Florida
Wellesley Hills, Massac…
London, London, City of
Sydney, New South Wales
Cedar Grove, New Jersey
Keller, Texas
Rome, Lazio
Vantaa, Southern Finland
Cologne, Nordrhein-West…
Jacksonville, Florida
Staten Island, New York
Oakham, Rutland
Melbourne, Florida
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Clarendon Hills, Illinois
New York
Brighton, East Sussex
Alexandria, Virginia
Bergen, Hordaland
High Wycombe, Buckingha…
Mc Rae, Arkansas
Sydney, New South Wales
Fairfield, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Leasburg, Missouri
London, London, City of
Washington, District of…
Manassas, Virginia
Spring, Texas
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Melrose, Massachusetts
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Wallingford, Connecticut
Stratford, Wisconsin
Dallas, Texas
Fitjar, Hordaland
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Birmingham, Alabama
Bombay, Maharashtra
Fitjar, Hordaland
Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Birmingham, Alabama
Bombay, Maharashtra
London, London, City of
Rome, Lazio
Brainerd, Minnesota

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  1. RichR says:

    Drat! Missed it again. College Station will at least get “Honorable Mention” in the ComBox.

  2. joe says:

    Aren’t you really picking up where their SERVER resides ?

  3. Luigi says:

    Very cool. I’ll never forget getting my first computer and I managed to chat with someone in London. (I’m in the Baltiore area.) Blew me away. My kids are not nearly as impressed.

    I was looking for Vatican City State, but I guess Rome, Lazio covers it. Now that the Holy Father is on to the internet thing, I wonder which Dicastery will be foramlly assigned to monitor WDTPRS for breaking news, (not to mention frank commentary.)

  4. Bart Stevens says:

    Don’t forget Lewistown, Montana!!!

  5. irishgirl says:

    And Utica, New York….the hometown of Blessed Mother Marianne Cope!

  6. Corleone says:

    Palermo, Sicily. ‘A terra della Trinacria. Sant’Oliva prega per noi!

  7. Ed says:

    Hensley, Arkansas! Howdy to Mcrae, AR.

    Vatican City (or is that Holy See?) has popped up on Father’s Where You Are lists before.

  8. Dale Crakes says:

    You could have put the list in alphabetical order. [ROFL! Yes… I guess I could have.]

  9. Emilio III says:

    Joe, most people don’t use a proxy server for Internet access, so the IP address Fr Z sees is most likely their router’s. Identifying the location of the router is not an exact science, since many ISPs obscure the information, but it’s fairly close. (My home and work computers are both shown to be in Plano, TX, but one is in Dallas and the other in Fort Worth, on different ISPs.)

  10. Dr. Eric says:

    Nashville, IL

    I want to know who it is that is from Perryville, MO. I used to live there!

  11. Benedicta says:

    Austin, TX

    “Keep Austin Holy” (not an easy task)

  12. Jim says:

    Austin Texas!

  13. minutz3 says:

    What about Stockholm, Sweden? :-P

  14. supertradmom says:

    Your ministry touches the entire world. Thank you, Father Z. From Maryville, MO.

  15. Sandy says:

    Darn, where are all the Californians?! I hope it’s just because they’re still asleep. We need conversions out here!

  16. Roland de Chanson says:

    Ratisbon, Bayern.

    Mmmm. Someone’s brother?

  17. Rich says:

    Hurray for Burke, Va!

  18. Collegeville reject says:

    WOW, Brainerd, MN actually got on your map!

  19. marnie says:

    Drats! I may be logged under Madrid. Any other Spaniards reading the blog?

  20. Jack Sugrue says:

    Lincoln, NE is on the board also.

  21. Dino says:

    Don’t know where my Orange County, Calif., server is.
    Nothing from Jalpanet either.

    Well, off to join in 40 Days of Prayer in front of an abortion mill.

  22. Antonio says:

    Mexico city, Mexico.

  23. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you so much, Father,for all you do to keep us all on the straight and narrow.Know that you are in my prayers.

    Would you ask everyone to pray for
    Philip Gerard Johnson He is having brain cancer treatment. Please check his fabulous web-site.


    Elizabeth in St. Louis

  24. Bernie says:

    Henrietta (Rochester), New York

  25. martha says:

    don’t forget Perkins, Oklahoma!

  26. Kirsten says:

    Belfast here.

  27. Sandy says:

    And Reston, Virginia!!!

  28. ChristopherY says:

    Hmmm… No one from Los Angeles? Fr. Z, I think it must be broken.

  29. Mary Ann says:

    And here in Crystal Lake, Iowa, Father…thank you for all you do here on this blog.

  30. Andy says:

    Chichester, England

    An Anglican resting his knees after his first ever visit to a Traditional Latin Mass!

  31. mark says:

    Auckland, New Zealand (land of the ‘long white cloud’) in da house!!

  32. Edward Martin says:

    St. John’s Newfoundland seems to have missed the cut again :(

  33. TG says:

    Cincinnati here! Father, your bird feeder posts are terrific!

  34. Thomas says:

    I think it’s outrageous and bigoted to remove “Parts Unknown” from the list! Don’t be surprised when Papa Shango knocks down your door and puts a curse on you.

    This insult to the wrestling industry will not stand.

  35. Megan says:

    Ave Maria, FL
    Melissa, TX

  36. Patricia Gonzalez says:

    Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec here, in Canada. Also good to see a fellow Newfoundlander Edward Martin posting here — I grew up in St. John’s and went to school and MUN there. Been in Quebec nearly 35 years, but still miss “home”.

  37. Andreas Mulia says:

    Also from here Jakarta, Indonesia although we have 12 hours different. Your blog is my daily meal in the morning together with TLM and Rorate.

  38. chris p says:

    El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora Reina de Los Angeles de la Porciúncula, Alta California.

    Of course, everyone just knows it as Los Angeles, CA.

  39. Make me a Spark says:

    Lansing(the capitol City) Michigan! Home of Bishop Earl Boyea–we love him!

  40. Mitchell NY says:

    Forest Hills, Queens, New York…:)

  41. pinoycatholic says:

    From the Far East… MANILA, The Philippines! MABUHAY FATHER Z! (Long live Father Z!)

  42. LatinLatino says:

    San Juan, Puerto Rico!
    Missed the listing again :(
    Hopefully next time!
    Buona Domenica a tutti!

  43. Will says:

    I can’t believe Wyoming made it on to the list! That makes 2 Cowboys.

  44. Jack says:

    I must be the one from Newark, NJ?

  45. Josef says:

    Highland, CA

  46. jun says:


    San Fernando, Pampanga is a town from northern Philippines

  47. Bogna says:

    Poznan, POLAND!!!

  48. Ruth says:

    We’re reading you here in Pahoa (though the server is in Hilo), Hawaii! God Bless you Father Z!

  49. Richard Collins says:

    And from West Wales, home to the Shrine of our Lady of the Taper, the national shrine of Wales and to Mgr Johnson and Father Jason Jones, both of whom, celebrate the Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form.
    Please pray for the expansion of these Masses in Menevia Diocese.
    Thank you Father for a great website.

  50. Fr Ricardo Isaguirre says:

    And Barcelona, Spain, why not? Here we are still by the blue
    and sunny Mediterranean sea!

  51. marnie says:

    Fr. Ricardo, I suppose you and I are listed under Madrid. Downside (just one more) of being a client of Telefónica.

  52. Peg says:

    How about Harvard, Mass. Home of uninterrupted (by Vatican II) T.L. Masses.

  53. Patrick says:

    Sahuarita, Arizona here. Must be one of the others….

  54. B. P. says:

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Many thanks for this blog, Fr. Z! God bless you!

  55. Sean says:

    Here’s Cape Town, South Africa! Where, sadly, the new Mass responses are suspended…

  56. thomas says:

    Wonderful full missa cantata (in the Dominican Rite) at St Thomas Aquinas in Charlottesville, VA yesterday. Chapel, and overflow area, was packed and the Mass fully exercised both heart and head. The first row pews were used as an altar rail, which worked fairly well, I thought. Great to hear chant fill the lovely little chapel for both ordinaries (thanks to folks from 7:30am gregorian mass) and well done propers..esprit de corps all round, so to speak.

    My personal opinion is that the only decent acoustics come, as here, when sanctuary is packed to overflowing and there is no artifical amplification.

  57. Jane says:

    Doonside NSW Sydney, Australia

  58. Kokomo, Indiana
    The United States of America

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