Where you are

Here is a snap shot of some of the places readers are coming from over the last few minutes.

These are in some cases approximations.  I also cut out vague references such as “United States”.

Lake Mary, Florida
Rootstown, Ohio
Raleigh, North Carolina
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Little Rock, Arkansas
Stamford, Connecticut
Victoria, British Columbia
Sacramento, California
Maysville, North Carolina
Cadyville, New York
Waterford, Michigan
Frackville, Pennsylvania
Watford, Hertford
Holiday, Florida
Redwood City, California
Celaya, Guanajuato
Brooklyn, New York
Calgary, Alberta
Portage, Indiana
Le Tourne, Aquitaine
Augusta, Georgia
Kingston, Ontario
New York
San Mateo, California
Reston, Virginia
Dunn Center, North Dakota
Reston, Virginia
Washington, District of Columbia
Oakland, California
Sanger, Texas
Northville, Michigan
Knoxville, Tennessee
Toronto, Ontario
Birmingham, Alabama
San Jose, California
Chester, Cheshire
Hayward, California
Rochester, New York
Cincinnati, Ohio
Whiteabbey, Newtownabbey
Taipei, T’ai-pei
Lynnwood, Washington
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Newington, Connecticut
Springfield, Illinois
Nashville, Tennessee
Potomac, Maryland
Oxford, Oxfordshire
El Cajon, California
Calgary, Alberta
Santa Ana, California
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mercedes, Texas
Grosse Pointe, Michigan
Clementon, New Jersey
Saint Louis, Missouri
Eaton Rapids, Michigan
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Walnut Creek, California
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Kennesaw, Georgia
Delmar, New York
Monroe, Louisiana
Chicago, Illinois
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Kansas City, Missouri
Santa Barbara, California
Fremont, California
Indian Hills, Colorado
Smithtown, New York
Grove City, Ohio
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Atlanta, Georgia
Flossmoor, Illinois
Lawrence, Kansas
Lynnwood, Washington
Mission Viejo, California
Nuremberg, Bayern
Kelsterbach, Hessen
San Jose, California
Champaign, Illinois
Stamford, Connecticut
Effort, Pennsylvania
Lafayette, California
New Market, Tennessee
Lawrence, Kansas
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Northfield, Minnesota
Bethesda, Maryland
Freiburg, Baden-Wurttemberg
Casper, Wyoming
Kornwestheim, Baden-Wurttemberg
State College, Pennsylvania
Andover, Massachusetts
Los Gatos, California
Bradford, Ontario
Zagreb, Grad Zagreb
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Katrineholm, Sodermanlands Lan
Baltimore, Maryland
Lawrence, Kansas
Northville, Michigan
Cedar Knolls, New Jersey
Denmark    Vejle
Columbus, Ohio
Milford, Massachusetts
Cleveland, Ohio
Dallas, Texas
Bethpage, New York
Saint Meinrad, Indiana
Portage, Michigan
Atlanta, Georgia
Burbach, Nordrhein-Westfalen
Gurnee, Illinois
Amherst, Massachusetts
Rome, Lazio
Portland, Oregon
Walnut Creek, California
Charlotte, North Carolina
San Jose, California
Omaha, Nebraska
Denver, Colorado
Mercedes, Texas
Portland, Oregon
Montgomery, Alabama
Rochester, New York
Silver Spring, Maryland
Indianapolis, Indiana
Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Winter Park, Florida
Lincoln, Nebraska
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Windsor Mill, Maryland
Toronto, Ontario
Savannah, Georgia
Wichita, Kansas
Los Angeles, California
Notre Dame, Indiana
Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Laurel, Maryland
Cincinnati, Ohio

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  1. Adam Welp says:

    I’m glad to see Saint Meinrad, Indiana on the list. I hope it’s someone from the Archabbey!

  2. ExHic says:

    Southfield, MI

    But I prefer, “In a cave deep in the Andes”.

  3. nanetteclaret says:

    Even though I had to cut and paste the list into a Word document in order to increase the font size, it was worth it. Fifth one down: “Holy See.” Pretty cool!

  4. Bryan Boyle says:

    austin, tx this week…

  5. irishgirl says:

    Utica, NY! (wonder why it’s never listed?)
    ‘Holy See’, eh? Wonder if it’s from one of our newest Cardinal-designates? One of two Americans, perhaps….?

  6. Dr. Eric says:

    Nashville, IL or on Tues, Thurs, or Sat – Swansea, IL

  7. Hieronymus says:


    That “St. Meinrad” person had better watch his back. He’s going to get himself kicked out of the seminary for grazing in these pastures. Indianapolis and Evansville prefer their priests raised in the feed lot down there.

    Fr. Z — you may be endangering vocations by publishing those lists, or perhaps chasing them to greener pastures. [Nah… it’s the faculty as well as the students.]

  8. faceast says:

    Auckland!!! Someone in New Zealand likes Worship worth of our God. There aren’t many of us here!

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