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Roman Catholic Dioceses in the U.S.

March 2nd, 2010, Promulgated by Choir

Can you name all of them?

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6 Responses to “Roman Catholic Dioceses in the U.S.”

  1. avatar Mike says:

    Anchorage AK
    Fairbanks AK
    Juneau AK
    Birmingham AL
    Mobile AL
    Little Rock AR
    Phoenix AZ
    Tucson AZ
    Fresno CA
    Los Angeles CA
    Monterey CA
    Oakland CA
    Orange CA
    Sacramento CA
    San Bernadino CA
    San Diego CA
    San Francisco CA
    San Jose CA
    Santa Rosa CA
    Stockton CA
    Colorado Springs CO
    Denver CO
    Pueblo CO
    Bridgeport CT
    Hartford CT
    Norwich CT
    Washington DC
    Wilmington DE
    Miami FL
    Orlando FL
    Palm Beach FL
    Pensacola-Tallahassee FL
    St. Augustine FL
    St. Petersburg FL
    Venice FL
    Atlanta GA
    Savannah GA
    Honolulu HI
    Davenport IA
    Des Moines IA
    Dubuque IA
    Sioux City IA
    Boise ID
    Belleville IL
    Chicago IL
    Joliet IL
    Peoria IL
    Rockford IL
    Springfield IL
    Evansville IN
    Fort Wayne/South Bend IN
    Gary IN
    Indianapolis IN
    Lafayette IN
    Dodge City KS
    Kansas City KS
    Salina KS
    Wichita KS
    Covington KY
    Lexington KY
    Louisville KY
    Owensboro KY
    Alexandria LA
    Baton Rouge LA
    Houma-Thibodaux LA
    Lafayette LA
    Lake Charles LA
    New Orleans LA
    Shreveport LA
    Boston MA
    Fall River MA
    Springfield MA
    Worcester MA
    Baltimore MD
    Portland ME
    Detroit MI
    Gaylord MI
    Grand Rapids MI
    Kalamazoo MI
    Lansing MI
    Marquette MI
    Saginaw MI
    Crookston MN
    Duluth MN
    New Ulm MN
    St. Cloud MN
    St. Paul-Minneapolis MN
    Winona MN
    Jefferson City MO
    Kansas City-St. Joseph MO
    Springfield-Cape Girardeau MO
    St. Louis MO
    Biloxi MS
    Jackson MS
    Great Falls MT
    Helena MT
    Charlotte NC
    Raleigh NC
    Bismarck ND
    Fargo ND
    Grand Island NE
    Lincoln NE
    Omaha NE
    Macnhester NH
    Camden NJ
    Metuchen NJ
    Newark NJ
    Paterson NJ
    Trenton NJ
    Gallup NM
    Las Cruces NM
    Santa Fe NM
    Las Vegas NV
    Reno NV
    Albany NY
    Brooklyn NY
    Buffalo NY
    New York NY
    Ogdensburg NY
    Rochester NY
    Rockville Centre NY
    Syracuse NY
    Cincinnati OH
    Cleveland OH
    Columbus OH
    Steubenville OH
    Toledo OH
    Youngstown OH
    Oklahoma City OK
    Tulsa OK
    Baker OR
    Portland OR
    Allentown PA
    Altoona-Johnstown PA
    Erie PA
    Greensburg PA
    Harrisburg PA
    Philadelphia PA
    Pittsburgh PA
    Scranton PA
    Providence RI
    Charleston SC
    Rapid City SD
    Sioux Falls SD
    Knoxville TN
    Memphis TN
    Nashville TN
    Amarillo TX
    Austin TX
    Beaumont TX
    Brownsville TX
    Corpus Christi TX
    Dallas TX
    El Paso TX
    Fort Worth TX
    Galveston-Houston TX
    Laredo TX
    Lubbock TX
    San Angelo TX
    San Antonio TX
    Tyler TX
    Victoria TX
    Salt Lake City UT
    Arlington VA
    Richmond VA
    Burlington VT
    Seattle WA
    Spokane WA
    Yakima WA
    Green Bay WI
    La Crosse WI
    Madison WI
    Milwaukee WI
    Superior WI
    Wheeling WV
    Cheyenne WY

  2. avatar Gen says:

    A simple yes would have sufficed. lol

    Well done, Mike. You get a Nod of the Miter for that.

  3. avatar Mike says:

    Gen,

    That table is part of a database I've been building to track such things as ordinations, baptisms, Catholic weddings, etc., etc., in a wide variety of dioceses from the late '70s to the present day. (See here for more info and some very preliminary results.)

    When you asked your question I just couldn't resist showing off. Sorry about that.

  4. avatar Gen says:

    You deserve the glory.

  5. Hey Mike. Remember when we were kids and the nuns in school gave you a map of the U.S. and told you to write in the state and the capitol. How many kids could do that these days.

    We could turn the map in a Catholic "name that diocese/ archdiocese + ordinary" map." What would the first correct winner get?

  6. avatar Anonymous says:

    On behalf of those who are over 50, we can't remember that stuff anymore!!


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