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These WebPages are devoted to glorifying our Lord Jesus Christ and His Blessed Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary and the most important events surrounding their lives, including feasts and solemnities in their honour.

A tribute is also dedicated to His Holiness Pope John Paul II.


Also a tribute dedicated to the memory of Blessed Mother Teresa, a spiritual person who devoted her life to the service of Christ and to the poorest of the poor.  Regarded by many as a "living saint" in her lifetime for her tireless efforts and tremendous achievements in her charitable work, she was an inspiration to millions of people all over the world. Mother Teresa’s spirituality is a shining example of faith, love, dedication, devotion and self-sacrifice. The Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa in 1950, with hundreds of homes throughout the world has a community life that is based on spreading the teachings of the Gospel through Christian prayer, love, forgiveness, being nonjudgmental, humility, truth, and total surrender to the Word. Their mission to spread human compassion where needed has improved the lives of many by giving dignity to the dying, nursing and caring for the poor, the sick, the destitute, and the outcasts, lepers and beggars. Mother Teresa’s exemplary spirituality and devotion to her vocation shines as a beacon of inspiration to all humanity.


On Oct. 19, 2003, Pope John Paul II presided over the beatification ceremony of Mother Teresa in St Peter's Square in Rome where more than a quarter million people had made the pilgrimage to witness the celebration. Beatification, a rite, which is the final step before canonization as a saint, means that she may now be publicly venerated. The Pope so admired Mother Teresa that he waived the standard waiting period for beatification to bring forward the honour. For actual sainthood, proof of at least two miracles is required. The Pope granted a dispensation so the procedure for establishing Mother Teresa's case for sainthood could start just two years after her death. In normal circumstances five years must pass between the death of the person proposed for beatification and the start of the procedure, to avoid emotion playing a part. Last December, Pope John Paul II approved a miracle attributed to Mother Teresa after her death, paving the way for her beatification.



In addition they are also dedicated to the memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, a great humanitarian, for her tremendous achievements in her support and involvement of over 100 charities that she was either a president or patron of, for her efforts in her campaign in creating awareness to ban land mines and for uplifting the spirits of all those she visited in hospitals throughout the world by bringing them hope and cheer. Princess Diana was renowned for her work on behalf of homeless and disabled people, a champion of children’s causes, and for her sympathy and compassion for people with HIV/Aids.



Also to Elvis Aaron Presley, a very generous humanitarian whose many philanthropic endeavors included donations to over fifty Memphis area charities in addition to continuous other charitable donations around the country that were never publicized.  His benefit concert in Hawaii raised over $65,000 toward the building of the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. His 1973 Aloha From Hawaii television special and its pre-broadcast rehearsal show, including concert merchandise sales raised $75,000 to benefit the Kui Lee Cancer Fund in Hawaii. Audience tickets had no price on the ticket, as each person was asked to pay whatever he or she could afford. His generosity extended to his family and friends and even total strangers, as he quietly paid hospital bills, bought homes, supported families, paid off debts, etc. Elvis was a deeply spiritual person whose spiritual beliefs are highly evident in his beautiful gospel and sacred music performances and recordings. As Vernon Presley so aptly eulogized in his commissioned epitaph for Elvis:


He was admired not only as an entertainer,

But as the great humanitarian that he was;

For his generosity, and his kind feelings

For his fellow man.


Also a tribute dedicated to the memory of my mother Rosina (Rosa) Rozovits Csányi, who was very spiritual and had profound faith and love of God. Her generosity was boundless to those who needed help even though she did not have much of her own in wealth; she would give whatever she could.





My Religious Pages

Mary, Mother of God

Epiphany of the Lord

Baptism of the Lord

Presentation of the Lord

Our Lady of Lourdes

Ash Wednesday

St. Joseph, Husband of Mary

Annunciation of the Lord

Passion (Palm) Sunday

The Last Supper, Holy Thursday

Good Friday

Stations of the Cross by St Francis of Assisi

Stations of the Cross celebrated by Pope John Paul II

Resurrection of Our Lord, Easter Sunday

Divine Mercy

Our Lady of Good Counsel (Canada)

St. Joseph, the Worker

Our Lady of Fatima

Ascension of Our Lord


Visitation of the Virgin Mary to Elizabeth

The Holy Trinity

Corpus Christi

Sacred Heart of Jesus

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Birth of John, the Baptist

Saints Peter and Paul, apostles

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Transfiguration of the Lord

Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven

Queenship of the Virgin Mary

Birth of the Virgin Mary

Triumph of the Holy Cross

Our Lady of Sorrows

Our Lady of the Rosary

Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

All Saints

Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls)

Christ the King

Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary

The Birth of Our Lord, Jesus Christ

The Holy Family

The Holy Innocents, martyrs

How To Pray The Rosary

Traditional Catholic Prayers

Liturgical Year Definitions

Pope John Paul II



My Personal Pages

Diana, Princess of Wales

Elvis Presley

Tribute to Rosina Csanyi, My Mother

My Favorite Inspiration Links

Catholic Resources    

The links listed below are some good Catholic sites.

The Holy See

Second Vatican Council Documents

Catechism of the Catholic Church

Douay-Rheims Bible

Douay-Rheims Bible

Douay-Rheims Bible

Douay-Rheims Bible

Latin Vulgate Bible

The Holy Bible — King James Version

New American Bible

The WWW Bible Gateway

Bible and Reference

Read The Holy Bible In One Year

Catholic First (Bible, Rosary Prayers, etc.)

Catechism of the Catholic Church

Catholic Calendar

Catholic Liturgical Calendar, Saints, Feastdays, Holy Days, Mass Readings

Catholic Calendar

Catholic Culture: Liturgical Year

Liturgical Calendar

Liturgical Calendar

Catholic Prayers

Catholic Prayers & Beliefs

Prayers – Latin Translation

Links to Traditional Catholic Prayers and Devotions

The Pieta Prayer Book

Code of Canon Law

Archdiocese of Toronto

Szent Erzsébet Római Katolikus Magyar Egyházközség

St. Michael’s Cathedral

Knights of Columbus

Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre

Society of the Little Flower

Catholic Answers

Catholic Canada

Catholic Encyclopedia

Catholic Links

Catholic Online

Catholic Pages Directory

Catholicism - Reference Library

Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)

Society of the Divine Word

The Work of God

The Catholic Company

Catholic Tradition

Mystical Rose Catholic Page

Pathway To Salvation Index Page

Writings of the Early Church Fathers


Welcome to my world

Words & music: R. Winkler/ J. Hathcock


Welcome to my world,

Won't you come on in

Miracles, I guess

Still happen now and then

Step into my heart

Leave your cares behind

Welcome to my world

Built with you in mind


Knock and the door shall be open

Seek and you will find

Ask and you'll be given

The key to this heart of mine


I'll be waiting there

With my arms unfurled

Waiting just for you

Welcome to my world

Welcome to my world

Recorded: 1973/01/14, first released on Aloha from Hawaii

Music: Welcome To My World, sung by Elvis Presley

The music is purely for your listening pleasure only, without any commercial interest whatsoever or profit of any kind. Titles have copyright by their respective artists and record companies.

Graceland, Elvis, and Elvis Presley are trademarks of Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.




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