6 FILMS, Carmelite Saints on 6 DVDs:
The Last Conversations of Therese: A profoundly spiritual, reflective and prayerful encounter with Saint Therese of Lisieux as she reflects upon moments from her life in her last conversations. Exclusive atmospheric music tracks from our Holy Spirit of Peace, Calm, Joy and Gentleness CDs, a blend of piano and ambient soundscapes that lift this film into the mystical. Alongside, we pause for reflection on her words and writings amidst flowers and nature that saint Therese loved so much. Runtime: 35 Minutes.
Saint Teresa of Avila: The life of Spanish mystic, author, reformer and Doctor of Prayer St Teresa of Avila is looked at in detail in this biographical film presentation. Runtime: 30 Minutes.
Saint John of the Cross: In this film we look at the inspiring life of St John who, along with Teresa of Ávila, founded the Discalced Carmelites. St John's devotions, prayers, writings and poetry as well as his studies on the growth of the soul are considered as well as his sufferings, love of the Passion and of the Cross. Runtime: 30 Minutes.
Saint Edith Stein: A prayerful and mystical journey with Edith Stein in a new film that especially captures the thought and spirit of her Carmelite soul. Runtime: 40 Minutes.
Saint Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular: In this film we travel prayerfully with st Simon through Aylesford in Kent and even to the Holy Land including his vision of Our Lady and the gift of the Scapular. Runtime: 30 Minutes.
Blessed Titus Brandsma: Blessed Titus Brandsma was a Dutch Catholic priest and professor who spoke out against the diabolical regime of the Nazis during WWII and became a marked man by the Gestapo. This humble, intelligent and brave Carmelite priest spoke several languages and wrote and lectured profusely. When the Catholic Bishops refused to publish Nazi propaganda, Blessed Titus accepted the task of visiting Catholic publishers to encourage them to stand against the Nazis. He was arrested and eventually incarcerated at Dachau Concentration Camp. There he showed great love and humility even for his tormentors. Blessed Titus died by lethal injection in Dachau medical facility. He was beatified in 1985 and declared a martyr of the Catholic Faith. This film tells Blessed Titus Brandsma's story. Runtime: 30 Minutes.
All DVDs available worldwide in Region Free DVD Format.