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Aiden of Lindisfarne, Saint
Known as the Apostle of the English, Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne was an Irish monk sent to help convert the British to Christianity in the 7th Century.
Alexander Briant: Soldier of the Cross
From a young Catholic boy in Somerset to a hunted missionary priest in the City of London, St. Alexander Briant gained a reputation throughout Elizabethan England for being a Catholic force of good.
Alexandrina Maria da Costa, Blessed,
In this documentary, the life of Blessed Alexandrina Maria da Costa is presented in a deeply absorbing, thought-provoking way. A victim soul, known as the Fourth Seer of Fatima.
Anne Line, Saint: The Safe House Keeper
In Elizabethan England, where the Catholic Mass was outlawed and priests were hunted and condemned, Saint Anne Line, a young Catholic laywoman, spent her life caring for secret safe houses where these Catholic missionaries could rest and offer the Mass.
Anthony of Padua, Saint, DVD
Saint Anthony of Padua is one of the best loved saints of the Church, known mostly as the patron saint of lost articles. He chose to join the Franciscan Order after watching three Franciscans set off on a daring mission that ultimately ended in brave martyrdom.
Bartolo Longo, Blessed, DVD
An Italian lawyer, and former satanic priest, Bartolo gives us a striking and memorable example of Our Lady's powerful intercession for those who trust in her.
Bede, Saint
Saint Bede Saint Bede is one of the most famous Saints and historians of England, well-known for writing a great historical and Catholic work that documented much of the early historical events in England and many lives of our early Saints.
Bega of Bees, Saint
A prayerful, mystical journey with St. Bega. Miracles occurred after her death and she has been remembered recently in secular novels, plays and paintings. Includes a prayer found recently in a 15th century book of hours to St. Bega.
Benedict of Nursia, Saint
Saint Benedict is the Patron Saint of Europe and one of the great Saints of the Catholic Church. As a young man he found the world so distasteful and such a source of corruption and distraction that he left it for solitude and a life of prayer.
Bernadette of Lourdes, Saint
Every good Catholic has heard of Saint Bernadette and her visions of Our Lady in Lourdes. She was a sweet, simple yet devout French girl with a special love for praying the Holy Rosary.
Bertha: Queen of Kent, Saint
Saint Bertha is a great Catholic figure for England and the Catholic Church, especially today, for she has left us a holy and inspiring life dedicated to assisting in the evangelisation of others towards the Truth as well as her great love for England.
Carmelite Saint Selection. Set of 6 DVDs
6 DVD Films on Carmelite Saints and Spirituality. Saint Teresa of Avila, Saint John of the Cross, The Last Conversations of Saint Therese of Lisieux, Saint Edith Stein, Blessed Titus Brandsma and Saint Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular.
Clare of Assisi, Saint
Saint Clare of Assisi remembered Saint Francis of Assisi as a young, worldly Knight so when she witnessed his conversion, his public rejection of his family’s wealth and honours, and the taking upon himself of a life that stood in contradiction to the world, she was impressed and deeply moved.
Cuthman of Steyning, DVD
Steyning is an ancient town in England that has existed since Anglo-Saxon times. It is most famous in the Catholic world as the place where Saint Cuthman, a shepherd boy, built a Catholic church. The church still stands today but as an Anglican place of worship since the Protestant Reformation.
Etheldreda: Abbess of Ely, Saint
She was one of our nation’s best loved Saints and is being rediscovered by Catholics today. The daughter of a King, Saint Etheldreda married into the Northumbrian dynasty with the condition that she be permitted to preserve her purity and continue her daily life of prayer.
Faustina and the Divine Mercy, Saint, DVD
This new film looks at the life of Saint Faustina, her diary and the message of Divine Mercy, specifically at the Chaplet, the painting and the Feast of the Divine Mercy as given to humanity by Our Lord, especially for our times. It is a message of hope, a warning and a call to trust.
Francis of Assisi, Saint
Known throughout the Catholic world as the Poor One of Assisi, Saint Francis was a powerhouse of prayer. He converted from a worldly life of pleasure and vanity to become the founder of the Franciscan Order which has flourished throughout the centuries.
Jacinta Marto of Fatima, DVD
A new film biography of Jactina Marto, one of the three Portuguese shepherd children who were visited by Our Lady in Fatima at the beginning of the 20th century
Joan of Arc, Saint, DVD
A Roman Catholic Saint and Heroine of France, Saint Joan of Arc received visions from Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Margaret and Saint Catherine of Alexandrina. As a young woman of prayer she shows us the power of perseverance in our intentions to respond to grace.
John Bosco, Saint
Saint John Bosco, also known as Don Bosco, is a Saint for our times. He is called 'The Apostle of the Youth' yet his mission of prayer and spiritual instruction was not limited to a single generation.
Julian of Norwich, Saint, DVD
'The Revelations of Divine Love' by St. Julian of Norwich are presented in her own words in this new film from Mary's Dowry Productions. These beautiful, mystical and deeply spiritual insights give a moving encounter with the Passion of Christ, as well as the reassurance from Our Lord that 'all will be well'.
Kateri Tekakwitha, Saint
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, also known as Catherine, was a native of North America in the 17th Century. She was born into a Mohawk tribe. Saint Kateri was drawn to the Catholic Faith through the French Jesuit missions but her baptism was deferred for some time.
Mary Tudor: Queen of England DVD
In this film, Queen Mary Tudor takes us through the story of her life, from her birth in 1516 to her death at age 42 in 1558. Her personal motto, ‘Truth is the daughter of time’, is especially relevant today.
Mildred of Thanet
We may not have heard of this classic female British Saint who is especially honoured in Kent, England, but her story shows the power of prayer and good Catholic devotion. She was the great, great granddaughter of a King of Kent who welcomed Saint Augustine on the Gregorian mission.
Old London City in the 17th Century. A time of danger, persecution and plagues. A Catholic missionary priest named Father Henry Morse had his own code: to bring the Catholic Sacraments to the people of that City even at the risk of his own life
Padre Pio: Pray, Hope and Don't Worry
Known throughout the world for bearing the visible Stigmata for 50 years of his life, Saint Padre Pio was an Italian Capuchin Franciscan priest of the Catholic Church, canonised in the year 2002 as a Saint.
Patrick: Apostle of Ireland, Saint
He was a devout and fervent Catholic priest and Bishop, feared especially by demons and those who upheld pagan practices and beliefs. He taught the Truths of Faith, famously instructing the Irish about the Doctrine of the Trinity by using the three-leafed shamrock.
Richard of Chichester, Saint
One of the great Catholic Saints of England, Saint Richard de Wych was a man of deep Catholic prayer and devotion, outspoken against the abuses in the Catholic Church, especially among the Catholic clergy.
Robert Southwell, Saint
A Jesuit missionary priest to Elizabethan England during a time of great persecution of the Catholic Faith, Saint Robert Southwell was renowned even during his lifetime for his spiritual writings, poetry and zeal for the Faith of our Fathers.
Teresa of Avila, Saint
The life of Spanish mystic, author, reformer, Carmelite and Doctor of Prayer St. Teresa of Avila is looked at in detail in this biographical film presentation.
Thomas Cromwell: The King's Architect, A Catholic Perspective
Among Catholics he is recognised as King Henry VIII’s chief collaborator in the destruction of England’s Catholic Faith, heritage and people. But who was the infamous Earl of Essex really?
Thomas Cromwell: The King's Collaborator
Tudor statesman, politician and reformer, Thomas Cromwell remains known in world history as one of the most powerful political figures during the turbulent times of early 16th century England.
Thomas More, Saint
As a good, moral statesman of England and a Catholic English Martyr, Saint Thomas More has been honoured in history for over 400 years, even during his lifetime where he was regarded by those who knew him and dealt with him.
Well Known Saints: Volumes 1-6 DVD Set
6 DVDs telling the lives of 42 individual saints. The complete set is now available at a special price.
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