A shooting star across France – Saint Joan of Arc – film – now available




We are delighted to have finished our film – ST. JOAN OF ARC – and are now offering this 45 minute presentation on DVD in which to meditate upon and encounter one of our great Catholic Saints. The film is suitable for all ages and draws us into the spirituality and prayerfulness of Saint Joan’s unique mission.

Despite having lived over 500 years ago, this French Catholic girl’s life continually fascinates us. Remembered for her military feats, Saint Joan had a great love for the Sacraments and for purity, a mystical mission, a unique calling and a terrible death, burned at the stake after a politically-motivated trial.

Devotion to Saint Joan of Arc became especially strong and widespread in 19th-century France and later among French soldiers during World War I. Saint Therese of Lisieux wrote a prayer and a play about Saint Joan (which we look at in this film) and portrayed Saint Joan at Carmel. Saint Joan of Arc was canonized in 1920 and continues to be loved and honoured throughout the world today.

Our new film ‘Saint Joan of Arc’ runs for 45 minutes and is available worldwide in all region formats. BUY NOW for Christmas. We are still shipping to the USA.

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“Joan of Arc is like a shooting star across the landscape of French and English history, amid the stories of the Church’s saints and into our consciousness. Women identify with her; men admire her courage. She challenges us in fundamental ways. Her issues of mysticism, calling, identity, trust and betrayal, conflict and focus are our issues still.” (Joan of Arc: God’s Warrior, by Barbara Beckwith)



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Saint Robert Southwell, Poet, Elizabethan, Jesuit – an English Missionary with a message of hope

Saint Robert Southwell (c. 1561 – 21 February 1595), also Saint Robert Southwell, was an English Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit Order. He was also a poet and clandestine missionary in post-Reformation England.

After being arrested and imprisoned in 1592, and intermittently tortured and questioned by Richard Topcliffe, Southwell eventually was tried and convicted of high treason for his links to the Holy See. On 21 February 1595, Father Southwell was hanged at Tyburn. In 1970, he was canonised by Pope Paul VI as one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales.

Our film about Saint Robert Southwell has been released for one year now and is a prayerful and informative way to learn about this great English Martyr and British Saint. Order through our UK online shop, we ship worldwide and in all region formats:  SAINT ROBERT SOUTHWELL DVD

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MARY TUDOR, new DVD release, ‘Mary Tudor’ available now worldwide

Mary Tudor, Mary I of England, (known in history as ‘Bloody Mary’ due to the reinstatement of the ancient Heresy Laws of England that saw burning as the punishment for persistent heresy within the realm), tells the fascinating and tragic story of her life in this new film from Mary’s Dowry Productions, available on DVD now.


Mary Tudor was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Queen Katherine of Aragon. The Princess Mary was well educated, intelligent and bright, groomed from a little girl to be the rightful heir to the throne of England. When her father sought to have his marriage to her mother annulled, Mary suffered greatly as she witnessed the persecution of her mother followed by the destruction and persecution of the faith and heritage of England. Her life was filled with suffering, persecution, loneliness and trauma as she was sent into obscurity and branded illegitimate, yet she found solace in music, reading, prayer and study and remained loyal to the realm and the faith of her ancestors.

After King Henry VIII’s death and the short reign of King Edward and the Regents, Princess Mary rode triumphantly into London with her half sister, Elizabeth, to claim her rightful crown. She spent the following four years working with the British government, Cardinal Reginald Pole and the English people upon matters of commerce, industry, currency reforms, forward thinking, explorations, new forms of taxation, music, art and more as they sought to recover the splendour of England. Since the country was infested with heresy and the elites who had ruled in the name of King Edward were reluctant to relinquish their power, Parliament reinstated the ancient heresy laws which approved of the usual practice of burnings as the form of execution for persistent offenders.

Heretics had been burned as a matter of routine during the reign of King Henry VIII, with extreme Protestants also burned during the reign of King Edward and the Regents, often presided over by leading figures such as Cranmer, Latimer and Ridley. Queen Elizabeth I would burn Anabaptists at the stake during her reign but her preferred method of religious execution was for priests, recusant Catholics and religious to be hanged, drawn and quartered, especially at the triple Tyburn gallows in London. Queen Mary I however approved of the reestablishment of the Heresy Acts and persistent heretics in England during her reign were burned under the law. It would be after her death that protestant figures such as John Fox would use this period in her reign to defame Queen Mary Tudor with the title ‘Bloody Mary’, especially in the protestant rulers desires to regain power over England through religion as well as state.  This much maligned Queen of England is now only remembered for her title ‘Bloody Mary’, yet during her reign she was greatly loved by the English people and helped achieve many material and spiritual advances for the nation of England.

Our NEW DVD ‘Mary Tudor’, looks at the life and reign of Queen Mary I of England, with some new haunting and absorbing imagery of Queen Mary filmed on location at Bedham Missionary Church and Racton ruins in West Sussex, capturing the mood and impression of the ruin and destruction of England which this monarch inherited and sought to salvage.

‘Mary Tudor’ is available on DVD worldwide through our online shops and AMAZON UK in all region formats, worldwide:



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Joan of Arc, French Saint, Soldier for Christ, a film of her life

Joan of Arc, Soldier for Christ, Maid of Orleans, Patron Saint of France.

Over the next few weeks we will be finishing the post production and editing of our new film about Saint Joan of Arc. This film will be released onto DVD and will be available in all region formats from our online shops:

www.marysdowryproductions.co.uk and www.marysdowryproductions.org

For this film we recreated footage from key moments in Saint Joan’s life. We spent a day on location in Sussex in the wild fields and meadows near West Grinstead. In our film we follow the journey of Saint Joan, from her early life, to her call from Christ to be his soldier and liberate France, and her final sacrifice. Saint Joan has left us an inspiring a powerful witness of obedience, prayer, purity, courage and humility as well as many other great virtues and lessons. We look at the journey of Saint Joan, the battles that she fought, her spiritual life and many of her words, concluding with her Canonisation and the poems and prayers in honour of Saint Joan of Arc which were written by Saint Therese of Lisieux, the Little Flower.

Here is the text from Saint Therese of Lisieux’s poem to for the Canonisation of Saint Joan of Arc:

1 God of hosts, the whole Church Soon wishes to honor at the Altar

A Martyr, a warrior Virgin Whose sweet name resounds in Heaven.

Refrain 1

By your Power, O King of Heaven, Give to Joan of FranceThe Halo and the Altar

2 A conqueror for guilty France, No, that is not the object of her desire.Joan alone is capable of saving it.All heroes weigh less than a martyr!

3 Lord, Joan is your splendid work. A heart of fire, a warrior’s soul:You gave them to the timid virgin Whom you wished to crown with laurels.

4 In her humble meadow Joan heard Voices from Heaven calling her into combat. She left to save her country. The sweet Child commanded the army.


5 She won over the souls of proud warriors. The divine luster of Heaven’s messenger, Her pure gaze, her fiery words Were able to make bold brows give way….

6 By a prodigy unique in history, People then saw a trembling monarch Regain his crown and his glory By means of a child’s weak arm.

7 It is not Joan’s victories We wish to celebrate this day. My God, we know her true glories. Are her virtues, her love.

8 By fighting, Joan saved France. But her great virtues Had to be marked with the seal of suffering, With the divine seal of Jesus her Spouse!


9 Sacrificing her life at the stake, Joan heard the voice of the Blessed. She left this exile for her Homeland. The Savior Angel reascended into Heaven!…

10 Joan, you are our only hope. From high in the Heavens, deign to hear our voices. Come down to us, come convert France. Come save her a second time.

Refr. 2

By the power Of the Victorious God Save, save France, Angel Liberator !…

11 Chasing the English out of all France, Daughter of God, how beautiful were your steps! But remember that in the days of your childhood You only tended weak lambs…

Refr. 3

Take up the defense Of the powerless. Preserve innocence In the souls of children.

12 Sweet Martyr, our monasteries are yours. You know well that virgins are your sisters, And like you the object of their prayers Is to see God reign in every heart.

Refr. 4

To save souls Is their desire. Ah! give them your fire Of Apostle and Martyr! Of Apostle and Martyr!


13 Fear will be banished from every heart When we shall see the Church crown The pure brow of Joan our Saint, And then we shall be able to sing:

Refr. 5

Our hope Rests in you, Saint Joan of France, Pray, pray for us!

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Bernadette Soubirous film, Saint Bernadette of Lourdes, DVD, Catholic

We will be editing our new film about Saint Bernadette Soubirous over the next few months and hope to have it released on DVD by the end of 2016. It will be available in all region formats from:




For this production we were able to recreate some contemplative footage of Saint Bernadette to represent key moments of her life. These were filmed in the wild meadows and fields of Sussex especially around the largs and forests near West Grinstead. Saint Bernadette’s life remains a beautiful example of simplicity and prayer. Many quotes from the Saint are included in our film. The DVD will be available from both of our online shops – we ship worldwide, especially to the USA with a time frame of  seven to ten days from purchase to delivery. Many of our films have been broadcast on EWTN. Our films offer a prayerful and informative journey with the Saints. Check back regularly for updates and DVD releases.


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Edith Stein, Saint Edith Stein, Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, film

Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein)Virgin and Martyr Edith Stein, born in 1891 in Breslau, Poland, was the youngest child of a large Jewish family, a German Jewish philosopher who converted to the Roman Catholic Church, arrested by the Nazis on 2 August 1942 and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where she died in the gas chamber on 9 August 1942.

Available on DVD worldwide, all region formats from:

www.marysdowryproductions.org and www.marysdowryproductions.co.uk

She is an inspiration to all Christians whose heritage is the Cross, and her life was offered for her own Jewish people in their sufferings and persecutions. In October 2015 Mary’s Dowry Productions filmed specific scenes from the life of Saint Edith Stein for a film of her life and heroic sacrifice.

Born on October 12, 1891, of Jewish parents, Siegried Stein and Auguste Courant, in Breslau, Germany, Edith Stein from her earliest years showed a great aptitude for learning, and by the time of the outbreak of World War I, she had studied philology and philosophy at the universities of Breslau and Goettingen.

After the war, she resumed her higher studies at the University of Freiburg and was awarded her doctorate in philosophy Suma Cum Laude. She later became the assistant and collaborator of Professor Husserl, the famous founder of phenomenology, who greatly appreciated her brilliant mind. In the midst of all her studies, Edith Stein was searching not only for the truth, but for Truth itself and she found both in the Catholic Church, after reading the autobiography of Saint Teresa of Avila. She was baptized on New Year’s Day, 1922.

After her conversion, Edith spent her days teaching, lecturing, writing and translating, and she soon became known as a celebrated philosopher and author, but her own great longing was for the solitude and contemplation of Carmel, in which she could offer herself to God for her people. It was not until the Nazi persecution of the Jews brought her public activities and her influence in the Catholic world to a sudden close that her Benedictine spiritual director gave his approval to her entering the Discalced Carmelie Nuns’ cloistered community at Cologne-Lindenthal on 14 October 1933. The following April, Edith received the Habit of Carmel and the religious name of “Teresia Benedicta ac Cruce,” and on Easter Sunday, 21 April 1935, she made her Profession of Vows.

When the Jewish persecution increased in violence and fanaticism, Sister Teresa Benedicta soon realized the danger that her presence was to the Cologne Carmel, and she asked and received permission to transfer to a foreign monastery. On the night of 31 December 1938, she secretly crossed the border into Holland where she was warmly received in the Carmel of Echt. There she wrote her last work, The Science of the Cross.

Her own Cross was just ahead of her, for the Nazis had invaded neutral Holland, and when the Dutch bishops issued a pastoral letter protesting the deportation of the Jews and the expulsion of Jewish children from the Catholic school system, the Nazis arrested all Catholics of Jewish extraction in Holland. Edith was taken from the Echt Carmel on 2 August 1942, and transported by cattle train to the death camp of Auschwitz, the conditions in the box cars being so inhuman that many died or went insane on the four day trip. She died in the gas chambers at Auschwitz on 9 August 1942.

We no longer seek her on earth, but with God Who accepted her sacrifice and will give its fruit to the people for whom she prayed, suffered, and died. In her own words: “Once can only learn the science of the Cross by feeling the Cross in one’s own person.” We can say that in the fullest sense of the word, Sister Teresa was “Benedicta a Cruce” — blessed by the Cross. Pope John Paul II beatified Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross on 1 May 1987, and canonizes her on 11 October 1998.

“God is there in these moments of rest and can give us in a single instant exactly what we need. Then the rest of the day can take its course, under the same effort and strain, perhaps, but in peace. And when night comes, and you look back over the day and see how fragmentary everything has been, and how much you planned that has gone undone, and all the rasons you have to be embarrassed and ashamed: just take everything exactly as it is, put it in God’s hands and leave it with Him. Then you will be able to rest in Him — really rest — and start the next day as a new life.” – St. Edith Stein Quote.

“O my God, fill my soul with holy joy, courage and strength to serve You. Enkindle Your love in me and then walk with me along the next stretch of road before me. I do not see very far ahead, but when I have arrived where the horizon now closes down, a new prospect will prospect will open before me, and I shall meet it with peace.”

“Learn from St. Thérèse to depend on God alone and serve Him with a wholly pure and detached heart. Then, like her, you will be able to say ‘I do not regret that I have given myself up to Love’.”

Our film about Edith Stein covers the main details of her life. We were able to recreate a lot of imagery for this during our filming day. We also filmed some of our parish children as if in the concentration camps or before the Nazis. During her stay in Westerbork, Saint Edith especially took care of the children since their mothers were too traumatized to attend to them.

Images in this post are taken from our film ‘Saint Edith Stein’ © 2015 Mary’s Dowry Productions. Our film is available worldwide on DVD through www.marysdowryproductions.org and www.marysdowryproductions.co.uk

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The Last Conversations of Therese – a film looking at the last months in the life of the Little Flower

During the last months of St. Thérèse’s life, her sisters faithfully sat by her bedside through her long protracted illness and agony, taking notes of her words. Her “last conversations,” therefore, are preserved for posterity.

Although at first this may seem to be a little sad or morbid, the insights that we are given through these last conversations are beautifully inspiring.  In 2011, Mary’s Dowry Productions decided to present a selection of Saint Therese’s last thoughts and words in a prayerful and reflective film. Combining imagery of nature, especially flowers, photographs and specially recreated footage beneath narrative, text and music, we filmed key moments from the final days of the Little Flower. Our DVD on The Last Conversations of Therese is available worldwide, in all region formats, from:




Saint Therese tells us:

“I have found happiness and joy on earth, but solely in suffering, for I have suffered very much here below; you must make it known to souls.”  “Since my First Communion, since the time I asked Jesus to change all the consolations of this earth into bitterness for me, I had a perpetual desire to suffer.  I wasn’t thinking, however, of making suffering my joy; this is a grace that was given to me later on. Up until then, it was like a spark hidden beneath the ashes, and like blossoms on a tree that must become fruit in time. But seeing my blossoms always falling, that is, allowing myself to fall into tears whenever I suffered, I said to myself with astonishment and sadness: But I will never go beyond the stage of desires!”

Our DVD offers 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 to this film are the contemplative and 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.

In 2007 Mary’s Dowry productions created a new form of film media to present the lives of the saints. Mary’s Dowry Productions recreates silent visuals, informative, devotional narration, and original contemplative music that touches your spirit to draw you into a spiritual encounter with the saint. Watch with your spiritual eye, listen with your spiritual ear. Our films seek to offer a window into the lives of our saints. Using your spiritual senses we invite you to shut out the world, sit prayerfully and peacefully and go on a journey of faith, history and prayer with this inspiring Saint.

Length and Format:

The film runs for 30 minutes and is available on Region Free DVD worldwide.

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Blessed Francisco Marto – Fatima seer – 100th Anniversary of Fatima 2017 – a DVD of his life as seen on EWTN

Blessed Francisco Marto, one of the seers of Fatima, features in this special film available on DVD through Mary’s Dowry Productions, worldwide in all region formats:



In this prayerful, informative and moving film we look specifically at the inspiring life of one of the three shepherd children visited by Our Lady in 1917. Blessed Francisco was born on 11 June 1908, the sixth of seven children of Manuel and Olimpia Marto.

2017 celebrates the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s visits to the three children of Fatima with an important message of repentance, penance and prayer for the world.

We filmed our own visuals for our film about Blessed Francisco in 2010 with a lovely (and mischievous) boy from our parish. He portrayed Blessed Francisco beautifully.

Blessed Francisco Marto was a handsome boy, with light hair and dark eyes. He loved games and other children, yet without the spirit of competition. He would not complain when treated unfairly, and gave up a treasured possession (a handkerchief stamped with the image of Our Lady) rather than contend for it. He was a peacemaker, but courageous, as his conduct under questioning by the Mayor would later show. He also had a mischievous turn. He was known to drop strange and inedible objects in his sleeping brother’s mouth. He had a love for nature, and animals in particular. He played with lizards and snakes, and would bring them home, to his mother’s chagrin. Once he gave a penny, all the money he had, to a friend for a captured bird, only to set the bird free. He played a reed pipe, to which Lucia and his sister Jacinta would sing and dance. In short, he was a kind, gentle boy, not yet a Saint, but one predisposed by God for the graces soon bestowed on him.

Alone among the three, Francisco never heard the Lady’s words, although he saw her and felt her presence. After the first apparition, Lucia conveyed the Lady’s message to him, that he would go to heaven if he prayed many Rosaries. In the second apparition, Lucia asked to be taken to heaven, and the Lady replied that Francisco and Jacinta would be taken soon, but Lucia would have to wait for a time. She died February 13, 2005 at the age of 97. In the third apparition, the children were given a secret, including a vision of hell, which so changed them that they became more like adults than children. At this time the Mayor of the district, Artur de Oliveira Santos, a Freemason, devised a scheme to discredit the apparitions by terrorizing the children.

He tried to bully them into admitting they lied, threatened to boil them in oil if they withheld the Lady’s “Secret” (Francisco showed extravagant courage in anticipation of going to heaven), and jailed them to keep them from their appointment with the Lady on the day of the fourth apparition (August 13). They kept their appointment two days later. For the fifth apparition, tens of thousands attended, having been alerted by the press to the Mayor’s controversy with the children. Among the curious was a seminary professor from Santarem, Dr. Manuel Formigao, who questioned the children afterward and became convinced of their veracity.

When the public learned of a miracle promised for the next appointed day, many resolved to be there, and on October 13 perhaps 70 thousand people were present for the miracle of the sun.

After the apparitions ended, Francisco was enrolled in school but played truant as often as possible. He preferred to spend time praying to the “Hidden Jesus” in the Tabernacle. His great concern was to console His sorrowing Lord and the Heart of His Mother. When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, Francisco answered, “I don’t want to be anything. I want to die and go to heaven.”

In August 1918, when World War I was nearing an end, Francisco and Jacinta both contracted influenza. They had short reprieves, but their decline was inevitable. In April of the following year, Francisco, knowing his time was short, asked to receive the Hidden Jesus for the first time in Holy Communion. The next morning, April 4th, at ten o’clock, he died with a glow on his shrunken face. He was buried the next day in a little cemetery in Fatima, across from the parish church, and later translated to the Sanctuary at Cova da Iria (bulk of text taken from EWTN website © EWTN 2016).

Our film about Blessed Francisco is available on DVD in all region formats. We ship worldwide: www.marysdowryproductions.org and www.marysdowryproductions.co.uk

Images seen in this post are taken from our 2010 film ‘Blessed Francisco of Fatima’ © 2010 Mary’s Dowry Productions.

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Saint Bernadette of Lourdes filming day – photographs and quotes from the Saint – DVDs on the lives of the Saints

In July this year we were out and about the wild and rustic fields and meadows of Sussex, filming visuals for several new films that we are working on to tell the lives of the Saints in a prayerful and spiritual encounter through DVD. The films will be available from our online shops, keep an eye out for the release of our film ‘Saint Bernadette of Lourdes’ : www.marysdowryprodutions.org and


Our film about Saint Bernadette looks especially at her love of, and devotion to, the Holy Rosary, which was a constant part of her life. Saint Bernadette is most famous for her connection with Lourdes. In our film we look at the eighteen apparitions of Our Lady as well as key moments in the life of Saint Bernadette. We filmed a selection of visuals of Saint Bernadette which will, as usual, run beneath a narrative in our film. Saint Bernadette has left us some beautiful and inspiring thoughts and especially a powerful example of simplicity, prayer and devotion.

Here are some of Bernadette’s thoughts and reflections taken from her notebook:

“O Jesus, You Who were forsaken have become the refuge of forsaken souls. Your love teaches me that I must gain the strength I need to endure being abandoned by seeing how You were abandoned. I am persuaded that the most terrible abandonment I could experience would be to have no part in Yours. By Your Death, You gave me life; You delivered me from the suffering I deserved by suffering in my place. Because of what You endured on the Cross, our Heavenly Father will not desert me. He is never closer to me through His Mercy that when I am most united with You in Your abandonment.”

“A righteous person is a victim and his life a continual sacrifice. For love of Jesus, I will fight against my own desires even in the most insignificant matters.”

“The Christian life does indeed mean battles and trials, but it also means consolations. And though I must leave Tabor and climb to Calvary, one day I will leave Calvary with Jesus and return to Tabor. A foretaste of Heaven awaits me there. My soul follows but one path: from Golgotha to Tabor. It leaves Golgotha to seek strength and courage at Tabor. Life is such a ladder.”

“I must work with all my strength to destroy self-love and self interest.” “Jesus keep me under the standard of Your Cross. May the crucifix not be just something I wear, something I look at, but let it be alive in my heart. Let me transformed into a living crucifixion, in union with You through the Eucharist. By meditating on Your life and the most intimate feelings of Your Heart, let me draw souls to You from high on this Cross where Your Love holds me forever.”

-Saint Bernadette of Lourdes. We will be working on this film over the summer and hope to release it as soon as possible. Visit our websites for the DVD release as well as the whole library of our films about the lives of the Saints and English Martyrs of the Church:



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Saint Therese of Lisieux as Saint Joan of Arc – a new film coming soon from Mary’s Dowry Productions

We have been recreating some visuals for our film about ‘Saint Joan of Arc’ which will be available on DVD from our online shops:



As well as looking at the life of Saint Joan of Arc, we look at the prayer to celebrate the canonisation of Joan of Arc which was written by Saint Therese of Lisieux, as well as a play written by Saint Therese on the life of Saint Joan of Arc.

We originally hoped to be able to include a few photographs that Celine took of Saint Therese as Saint Joan of Arc in the end segment of our film but were unable to do this so we happily recreated the images as best as we could. We love to recreate the Saints in our own way and were pleased to be able to recreate Saint Therese portraying Saint Joan for this final segment in our film.We hope to finish our film about ‘Saint Joan of Arc’ soon and release it on DVD through our online shops: www.marysdowryproductions.org www.marysdowryproductions.co.uk

Saint Joan of Arc has a very inspiring story and we were able to film specific moments from her life this summer. Our images are presented as moving paintings in which the music and narrative combine to draw the viewer into a spiritual, prayerful and informative encounter with the Saint. Saint Therese of Lisieux dressed as Saint Joan of Arc and performed her play on January 21, 1895. Saint Therese called Saint Joan of Arc her spiritual sister. She wrote:

“When I was beginning to learn the history of France, the account of Joan of Arc’s exploits delighted me; I felt in my heart the desire and the courage to imitate her”

This year we also filmed some visuals for Saint Bernadette of Lourdes and have started on our film about Mary Tudor. Visit our websites for full DVD listings.

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