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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Don Bosco, Saint, Salesian

    Don Bosco, Saint, Salesian

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    Saint John Bosco, also known as Don Bosco, was shown numerous visions relating to sin, our eternal destination and the realities of Heaven, Hell and Purgatory. As well as dedicating his life to educating young people correctly in the Catholic Faith, this Italian priest led a powerful life of prayer and holiness.
  • 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.
  • Hildegard of Bingen, Saint

    Hildegard of Bingen, Saint

    Enter upon a contemplative and informative presentation of one of the greatest Saints in the history of the Church, looking at her important life, writings, visions and gifts.  Be transported into 11th Century Germany for a film showcase about a German Benedict nun who was a writer, composer, philosopher, mystic and visionary; a medical author and practitioner during the High Middle Ages.

  • John Houghton, Saint

    John Houghton, Saint

    Saint John Houghton is an important figure for Catholic England. He was the first of the five Protomartyrs to die for the Catholic Faith in penal times in England.
  • John Kemble, Saint

    John Kemble, Saint

    Saint John Kemble’s missionary work as a hunted Catholic priest in Reformation England lasted an incredible 53 years. He was born on the borders of Wales, trained for the priesthood abroad and returned with a powerful zeal to restore the outlawed Catholic Faith, Sacraments and holy joy to the persecuted people in England, a country that had for centuries been known as The Dowry of Mary, dedicated to the Mother of God.
  • Our Lady of Walsingham

    Our Lady of Walsingham

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    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
  • Ralph Sherwin, Saint

    Ralph Sherwin, Saint

    One of three Catholic priests who were martyred at the Triple Tyburn Gallows in London 1581, Fr Ralph Sherwin was just 31 years old when he stepped up to give his life in the wake of St Edmund Campion’s heroic death.

Welcome to Mary's Dowry Productions

Welcome to Mary’s Dowry Productions! Mary’s Dowry Productions is a family run Catholic film production Apostolate based in the South of England founded and run by volunteers since 2007. Our original productions are all available on Region Free DVDS worldwide in PAL and NTSC format. Mary's Dowry Productions' mission is to share the lives of the saints and English Martyrs, the beauty of the Catholic Faith and the teachings of the Church through film and music. All sales of DVDs help to produce more films. To change the currency of this website choose from the drop down menu at the bottom of the page. Many of our productions have been broadcast on EWTN: The Global Catholic Network, Sky, BBC. "An Outstanding Tribute to the Faith of Our Fathers of Mary's Dowry" - Raymond de Souza, Catholic Apologist, EWTN Host and Director of St. Gabriel Communications International.

New releases

  • Hildegard of Bingen, Saint

    Hildegard of Bingen, Saint

    Enter upon a contemplative and informative presentation of one of the greatest Saints in the history of the Church, looking at her important life, writings, visions and gifts.  Be transported into 11th Century Germany for a film showcase about a German Benedict nun who was a writer, composer, philosopher, mystic and visionary; a medical author and practitioner during the High Middle Ages.

  • 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.
  • Catherine of Siena, Saint

    Catherine of Siena, Saint

    A year before the Black Death arrived in the powerful Republic of Siena, taking the lives of 70-200 million people throughout 14th Century Europe and Africa; and as the Catholic Church teetered on the verge of the Great Western Schism, known in history as the Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy, Saint Catherine of Siena appeared as a shining light in the darkness.
  • Clare of Assisi - The Complete Soundtrack

    Clare of Assisi - The Complete Soundtrack

    This instrumental music album is the complete soundtrack from "Saint Clare of Assisi". With 7 tracks of instrumental music combining instruments from Clare's era fused with soundscapes, piano, guitar, strings, the music will lift your spirit to love and encounter God as Saint Clare so beautifully encountered Him especially in the Blessed Sacrament.
  • 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.
  • England's Return to the Catholic Faith 6 DVDs

    England's Return to the Catholic Faith 6 DVDs

    An exclusive 6 disc box set from Mary’s dowry productions featuring six films with the theme of England’s return to the Catholic Faith – including inspiring figures from the second spring, a documentary about our lady of Walsingham and a biography of saint Dominic Savio who was blessed with a vision of England returning to the Faith.
  • Heroes of the Second Spring 3 DVDs

    Heroes of the Second Spring 3 DVDs

    In this new DVD box set – three figures from the time of Saint John Henry Newman’s ‘Second Spring’ are presented in three biographical, devotional, informative and inspiring films from Mary’s Dowry Productions: Venerable Father Ignatius Spencer, Blessed Dominic Barberi and Venerable Sister Elizabeth Prout.

  • Holy Spirit of Compassion

    Holy Spirit of Compassion

    Calming tracks to help you unwind and chill out, meditate and find calm of spirit focusing on the compassionate and meditative attributes of the Holy Spirit through music.
  • 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.
  • Margery Kempe

    Margery Kempe

    Margery Kempe is famous for her many pilgrimages to the Holy Sites of the Faith such as Rome and Jerusalem, as well as her often shocking accounts of her relationship with Christ and Our Lady, her visions and mysticism and a devout life lived over 600 years ago in England, the Dowry of Mary.