Lions, turtles and alligators, o my!
France - perhaps because respect for tradition is so strong among the few practising Catholics left. The interesting one for me is Taiwan....
Too bad that your old homeland isn't interested....
I learned that my grandfather's ancestry is Corsica! So I have French blood and thus must account for the French readers!
Go back far enough and you'll get to Africa....
One of our sister cities is Macon, France. In the back of our St. Joseph church are four large statues. Two of them(St Therese of Lisieux and St Vincent DePaul) are French saints. One of the other statues is of St Ignatious of Loyola who studied in Paris and formed the Society of Jesus there. Of course in our Stain glass windows we have French saints such as Margaret Mary. Our assistant organist has a fondness for the music of Louis Vierne, who was the organist for Notre Dame cathedral for 37 years.
A plausible explanation for the "France" phenomenon is that John Nolan, JBS, and Gene are actually Beldar, Prymaaat, and Connie.Inform the authorities!
The French, whose language is unpronounceable and whose food in inedible, are perhaps looking to adopt a new cultural identity, and so are visiting the American South's finest blog: Southern Orders.
Pourquoi France?C'est évident, non? Clairement la France est plein de gens qui ont lucidité.:)
Jean - You've stirred a hornets nest, I am sure. Not much tops Coc au Vin, or Blanquette de Veau.
Probably a thousand of the hits from the United States were from me harassing Gene & John & JBS et al. A few thousand others were from them harassing Fr. Kavanaugh.
Anonymous - You're probably right!
Here's an interesting article on why you can't trust blogger stats...http://www.themilelongbookshelf.com/2014/03/discussion-how-accurate-are-your.html#.VKw1fbdFDb0
I don't recall having been harassed by anyone here.
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