Featured Products

  • 42 Saints Films Box Set - Lives of the Saints 6 DVDs

    42 Saints Films Box Set - Lives of the Saints 6 DVDs

    With a combined runtime of approximately 200 minutes, these 42 minimovies have been especially produced for confirmation candidates to help choose a patron Saint. They would also be a welcome resource to any family, school, seminary, parish or home library. Informative, relevant, inspiring and Catholic, ’42 Saints films’ bring together a collection of 42 Saint biographies in simple, clear and enjoyable mini-movies by Mary’s Dowry Productions.
  • Bede, Saint

    Bede, Saint

    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.
  • Dominic Barberi

    Dominic Barberi

    Dominic Barberi was given the religious name of Father Dominic of the Mother of God and is known as the Shepherd of the Second Spring and an Apostle to England. He is an important figure in the history of the Church, especially for today.
  • Etheldreda: Abbess of Ely, Saint

    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.
  • Our Lady of Walsingham

    Our Lady of Walsingham

    Covering almost 1000 years of Catholic history and heritage in England, we look at the life of Richeldis de Faverches who was chosen by Our Lady to build an exact replica of the Holy House in Nazareth in Walsingham. It was there that a Saxon statue of Our Lady of Walsingham was housed in a shrine visited by pilgrims from all over Christendom until its destruction

Welcome to Mary's Dowry Productions

Welcome to Mary’s Dowry Productions! Mary’s Dowry Productions has made films about Saints and Martyrs since 2007 with parishioners, families and friends in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. We have enjoyed producing film biographies of Saints, historical figures and English Martyrs using narration, costumes, original music and local scenery. We were named after an historical Catholic title for England as the Dowry of Mary. All of our films are produced, printed and made available to purchase on Region Free DVDS worldwide in PAL and NTSC format. Because we’re asked a lot: to change the currency on this website you can choose from the drop down menu at the bottom of the page. Do enjoy browsing our online catalogue of original films to learn the stories of the Saints.

New releases

  • David Lewis, Saint

    David Lewis, Saint

    A convert to the outlawed Catholic Faith in his day, this 17th century Welshman was ordained a Catholic Jesuit priest and gave his life for his people; risking everything to bring the illegal Catholic Sacraments into England and Wales during the dangerous persecution of Catholics in Penal Times.
  • Ignatius Spencer

    Ignatius Spencer

    Ignatius Spencer would count among his descendants Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, and Princes William and Harry and has left us a wonderful legacy in the forms of unwavering hope, prayer and love of the Faith and the Catholic Church, attention to the Passion of Christ, love for one’s enemies, and a powerful contribution to England’s return to the Catholic Faith.
  • Dymphna, Saint

    Dymphna, Saint

    In these troubled times, the Catholic Church has given us a Patron Saint especially for moments of anxiety, depression and even despair. Her name is Saint Dymphna and for many ages she has been universally known as the Patron Saint of those in mental need.
  • Margaret Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, DVD

    Margaret Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, DVD

    Devotion to the sacred heart of Jesus is as old as the Church itself. It was not until the 17th century that God deigned to bring that devotion to the whole world, when love of God had grown cold.