Rorate Caeli

Statistics: top cities and countries in March 2013

As it probably happened with other Catholic or Catholic-inspired pages, March 2013 was the month with the greatest number of visitors in our history: thanks to all our readers!

Our top 10 cities in number of visitors for the month were the following:
1. London
2. New York
3. Washington
4. Rome
5. Melbourne
6. Sydney
7. Toronto
8. Chicago
9. Dublin
10. Houston

Our top countries for the month were the following:
1. United States
2. United Kingdom
3. Canada
4. Australia
5. Italy
6. Germany
7. Brazil
8. Poland
9. France
10. Ireland

36 comments:

Outworlder said...

As I suspected would be the case, the wasteland from which I write - Los Angeles - isn't on the list.

By the way, Cardinal Mahony is holed up about a mile from me.

RipK said...

Los Angeles NOT on the list of top cities? I was under the impression that Mahony was one a most frequent and fervent visitors of the site... ;)

New Catholic said...

Los Angeles was n. 11, so invite more of your friends to get to know us!

Thales said...

Good to see my country, the largest (former) Catholic country in the world, on a top 10 list that doesn't involve soccer (or 'liberation' 'theolgy', or liturgical abuse...)! Thank you NC and RC team for your outsdanding work! Be assured that you are in my prayers.

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised how low France is, thought it would make the top 4 given that tradition is fighting there
Scott

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work. RC is the best trad blog out there right now.

DS

Jacob Biddle said...

Sioux City and the rest of Iowa is a wasteland. There are only four remnants left in the state. Those of us who live near the Northern boarder travel to Minnesota on Sundays. May God have mercy on our bishops and priests.

Lex said...

Mexico!

mundabor said...

I confirm: the best Trad blog out there, bar none.

On my little blog I have pretty much the same order in the first six countries, with Germany preceding Italy. To answer to outworlder, I have an affectionate readership from California: the few real Catholics living in the wasteland must be very motivated ones...

Keep up the good work, good people of Rorate. Ignore the insults of the ignorant, the sanctimonious, and the outright clericalist. You are a beacon of authentic Catholicism for very many.

Mundabor

Mundabor

Gratias said...

Rotate Caeli is a treasure. We will need you even more since the events of March. Keeping the Traditional Faith will be a fundamental task. Blessings in your important work.

Friedrich von Quitzow said...

A good opportunity to say "Thank you!". You are so important even for us "lost" catholics in (former communist, now deeply atheist) East-Germany. Keep on with your good work!

Friedrich von Quitzow

Polonia Semper Fidelis said...

It is maybe a little bit off-topic but find some time to read this:
http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/marielena/130319

Patrick Langan said...

Many many thanks for all the good work you do in upholding our Holy Roman Catholic faith in the wilderness we currently live in. This not only applies to the secular world we inhabit but also the clerical one our faith must inhabit

Hæc dies, quam fecit Dóminus: exsultémus et lætémur in ea.
Confitémini Dómino, quóniam bonus: quóniam in saeculum misericórdia eius. Allelúia, allelúia.

Anonymous said...

As to France: many French people don't speak English well enough to follow an English written blog. Besides there are many "traditional" forums and blogs in French (and a few in Italian).
Rosa

Anonymous said...

France is low for one simple reason: almost nobody there reads English.
In any case, they have outstanding traditionalist blogs of their own.

French speaker.

Anonymous said...

Melbourne is punching above its weight. Good to see Australia on the list. Great southern land of the Holy Ghost.

Marcel

Richard said...

Strange that my city, London, is number 1. There are trads here certainly, but I would have thought comparably less than other major cities. Perhaps the anomaly is down to me personally visiting the blog repeatedly in recent months.

SlawekM said...

Dublin and Ireland it's me ;)

ilpapaveroebenedetto said...

hey piero, want your old job back?
In the meanwhile, we should be reading francis through benedict. HAHA some people are deluded

Ferraiuolo said...

Proud Londoner. I visit the blog definitely more than once a day.

Liam Ronan said...

Ummm...no offence Dublin but I am a reader and I live in Bantry in the County of Cork...Ireland, that is. Peace from a culchie in the West.

Xacinto Bastida said...

What about Spain? What was our number?
Very low, I fear...

Lopes said...

L.A. County (Long Beach)!

Uncle Claibourne said...

Any hits from Castel Gandolfo? :)

Miles said...

Portugal? At least above the 20th place, I hope...

Benedicta said...

I have always enjoyed reading Rorate Caeli. You are the best!

French reader who reads and speaks English, or tries to...:-))

SlawekM said...

@Liam Ronan

Take it easy :) I am Polish living close to Dublin but in Royal County. Thanks for the new word to my private Hiberno-English dictionery :) Peace from Cill Dhéagláin.

porys said...

Hi from Katowice Poland

Donal said...

I am more than a little curious regarding the readership within the Vatican City State. Please, if you can, furnish us with such information.

Anonymous said...

On what position is Vatican? :-)

I am your reader from Croatia, on what position are we?

Croatian

Publius said...

What? Where's Jersey City on this list? (Home to a besieged traditional community) But seconds to those who have thanked you for this forum.

Anonymous said...

Yes, thank you Rorate Caeli.

Surprising to see two small (by world standards) Australian cities at #5 and #6. The common factor here, of course, being Cardinal Pell, who left the former for the latter some few years ago.

The most "traditionalist" English-speaking people? It would be interesting to see a "visits per population" table...

Benedict Carter said...

Qatar calling.

Ora et Labora said...

Uncle Claibourne I loved your comment:

"Any hits from Castel Gandolfo? :)"

Supertradmum said...

Hey, where are all you trad guys in England?

Alina said...

Wow Ireland is in the list.
visit cork city