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  • Aidan of Lindisfarne, Saint

    Aidan of Lindisfarne, Saint

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    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

    Alexander Briant: Soldier of the Cross

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    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. He is one of the 40 Martyrs of England and Wales and was executed alongside St. Edmund Campion.
  • Alexandrina Maria da Costa, Blessed,

    Alexandrina Maria da Costa, Blessed,

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    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

    Anne Line, Saint: The Safe House Keeper

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    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

    Anthony of Padua, Saint, DVD

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    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

    Bartolo Longo, Blessed, DVD

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    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. From Mary's Dowry Productions. Catholic Films.
  • Bede, Saint

    Bede, Saint

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    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

    Bega of Bees, Saint

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    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

    Benedict of Nursia, Saint

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    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

    Bernadette of Lourdes, Saint

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    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

    Bertha: Queen of Kent, Saint

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    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.
  • Clare of Assisi, Saint

    Clare of Assisi, Saint

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    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.
  • Claude de la Colombiere and the Sacred Heart in England, Saint, DVD

    Claude de la Colombiere and the Sacred Heart in England, Saint, DVD

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    It was saint Margaret Mary’s confessor, saint Claude de la Colombiere, who was specifically chosen by Jesus to take the devotion of the sacred heart direct from Paray-le-Monial to England in 1678. In this film we look at the life and mission of St. Claude, England and the Titus Oates plot as well as the first shrine to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in England, linked to Blessed John Henry Newman.
  • Cuthman of Steyning, DVD

    Cuthman of Steyning, DVD

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    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.
  • David of Wales, Saint

    David of Wales, Saint

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    Saint David of Wales is one of our Early British Saints who lived in the 6th century. His influence is still relevant for the Church today. He was a renowned preacher, teacher and founder, shining brightly as an example of prayer, virtue, daily sacrifice and devotion.
  • Defender of the Eucharist - Saint Polydore Plasden

    Defender of the Eucharist - Saint Polydore Plasden

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    Prepared to give his life for the beloved Catholic Faith and for love of Our Lord, Saint Polydore refused to retreat from the dangerous of Elizabethan England. He was eventually tracked to the home of Saint Swithun Wells by none other than the fiercest hater of priests, Richard Topcliffe, and here he literally bargained for the Body of Christ.
  • Dominic Savio, Saint, Salesian

    Dominic Savio, Saint, Salesian

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    Although he died when he was only 15 years of age, St Dominic Savio’s great love for Our Lady and England is a wonderful example for us today. Mentored by Saint Don Bosco, Founder of the Salesians, St. Dominic Savio also had a vision of England returning to its ancient Catholic Faith. From Mary's Dowry Productions
  • Don Bosco, Saint, Salesian

    Don Bosco, Saint, Salesian

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    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.
  • Edith Stein, Saint

    Edith Stein, Saint

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    Saint Edith Stein (St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross) was a German Jewish philosopher. Born into a Jewish family in 1891, she became an atheist in her teens. It was while she stayed with friends that she picked up the autobiography of St. Teresa of Avila, read it in one sitting and concluded “This is the Truth”.
  • Edmund Campion: A Hero Returns, Saint

    Edmund Campion: A Hero Returns, Saint

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    The life, mission and death of English Jesuit priest and Martyr Saint Edmund Campion are remembered in this film from Mary’s Dowry Productions. Follow the journey of a man with a mission to minister to the persecuted Catholics of Elizabethan England.
  • Edmund Gennings: The Hunted Priest

    Edmund Gennings: The Hunted Priest

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    The Hunted Priest is the story of a 16th century missionary priest, Saint Edmund Gennings, who entered England in disguise after having been secretly trained as a Catholic priest abroad. He was only 24 years old when he was captured and arrested by Richard Topcliffe while celebrating Mass in a Secret Mass Room in the home of Saint Swithun Wells
  • Etheldreda: Abbess of Ely, Saint

    Etheldreda: Abbess of Ely, Saint

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    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.
  • Exorcist From the North: Saint Edmund Arrowsmith

    Exorcist From the North: Saint Edmund Arrowsmith

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    In 17th Century England, missionary priests travelled throughout the country bringing the outlawed Sacraments of the church and celebrating the illegal Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Saint Edmund Arrowsmith was from an important Lancashire Catholic family and was ordained a Catholic priest in Douai in 1612. He eagerly returned to England the following year as a missionary priest and spent ten years as a hunted man.
  • Faustina and the Divine Mercy, Saint

    Faustina and the Divine Mercy, Saint

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    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

    Francis of Assisi, Saint

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    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.
  • Francisco of Fatima, DVD

    Francisco of Fatima, DVD

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    Canonised with his sister Jacinta in 2017 during the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima, Saint Francisco Marto was one of three children chosen by God to receive the message of Our Lady of Fatima for the world in 1917.
  • Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Volume 1

    Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Volume 1

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    Five original short films are each portrayed with imagery, text, narrative, live visuals, Sacred Art and original music to present the life and work of the Holy Spirit in the Church. The Beatitudes, The Precepts, The Seven Sacraments, The Fruits and the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Volume 2

    Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Volume 2

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    Following on from our first volume on the Gifts of the Holy Spirit comes five more original short films each once more portrayed with imagery, text, narrative, live visuals, Sacred Art and original music to present the life and work of the Holy Spirit in the Church.
  • God's Champion - Saint Edmund Campion

    God's Champion - Saint Edmund Campion

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    Profoundly intelligent and deeply devout, Saint Edmund Campion was a Protestant deacon held in great esteem by Queen Elizabeth I. He was even known by another title: The Queen’s Diamond, so great was his favour with the Protestant Queen of England.
  • Helen and the True Cross, Saint

    Helen and the True Cross, Saint

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    Saint Helen was the mother of the Emperor Constantine the Great and lived in the 3rd and 4th century. She was a deeply devout Catholic woman with a deep love of Christ and especially Christ’s Holy Passion and Cross.
  • Henry Morse: The Morse Code

    Henry Morse: The Morse Code

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    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
  • How I Painted the Sistine Chapel Ceiling

    How I Painted the Sistine Chapel Ceiling

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    eatured on Celebrity Antiques with actor Brian Cox, this peaceful and informative journey with artist Deacon Gary Bevans takes us step by step through a five year Catholic work of art which still draws thousands of visitors from around the world
  • Jacinta Marto of Fatima, DVD

    Jacinta Marto of Fatima, DVD

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    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: Fidei Defensor

    Joan of Arc: Fidei Defensor

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    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 Fisher, Saint

    John Fisher, Saint

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    When King Henry VIII of England broke away from the Catholic Church and entered into schism, he expected the Catholic clergy of the country to follow him. Only one Bishop stood up against the changes that the King was making to the Church – Saint John Fisher, the Bishop of Rochester.
  • John Houghton, Saint

    John Houghton, Saint

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    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 of the Cross, Saint, Carmelite

    John of the Cross, Saint, Carmelite

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    Saint John of the Cross, O.C.D. was a Spanish mystic, a Catholic Saint, a Carmelite friar and a priest who was born at Fontiveros, Old Castile in Spain in 1542. He was a major figure of the Counter-Reformation, also known as the Catholic Revival,.
  • John Southworth, Saint, Westminsters Plague Priest

    John Southworth, Saint, Westminsters Plague Priest

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    Any visitor to Westminster Cathedral in London today will almost always discover the glass coffin containing the body of English Martyr Saint John Southworth in the chapel of Saint George and the English Martyrs. Saint John Southworth was a Catholic priest in 17th century England and the only Martyr to be executed for the Catholic Faith and his Catholic priesthood during the rule of Oliver Cromwell.
  • Julian of Norwich: England's Mystic, Revelations of Divine Love,

    Julian of Norwich: England's Mystic, Revelations of Divine Love,

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    '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

    Kateri Tekakwitha, Saint

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    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.
  • Margaret Clitherow, Saint

    Margaret Clitherow, Saint

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    Although it was illegal to hear Mass, to carry rosary beads or even light devotional candles, Saint Margaret Clitherow refused to comply with the anti-Catholic regimes or attend the compulsory Protestant services and worked instead on providing secret rooms where the outlawed Mass could be celebrated
  • Margaret Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Saint

    Margaret Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Saint

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    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.
  • Margaret Pole, Blessed

    Margaret Pole, Blessed

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    The Countess of Salisbury and the Last of the Plantagenet’s stood up against the father of her goddaughter, the Princess Mary Tudor, when he set out to destroy the Catholic Church in England.
  • Margaret Ward and the Church Militant, Saint

    Margaret Ward and the Church Militant, Saint

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    As a young, single, Elizabethan English woman Margaret Ward decided to assist in the great work of preserving the persecuted Catholic Church in her beloved country of England.
  • Mary Mazzarello: A Simple Soul, Saint, Salesian

    Mary Mazzarello: A Simple Soul, Saint, Salesian

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    Saint Mary Mazzarello was a simple soul and in her simplicity she walked the narrow way, the road of the cross, of sacrifice, prayer and devotions, with a steady humility and pure love. She co-founded the Salesian Sisters.
  • Mary Tudor: Queen of England DVD

    Mary Tudor: Queen of England DVD

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    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.
  • Maximilian Kolbe, Saint

    Maximilian Kolbe, Saint

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    Saint Maximilian Kolbe was a Franciscan priest who founded the Militia Immaculata and the City of Mary in Poland at the beginning of the 20th Century. His great love for Our Lady and his recommendation of devotion to her remains a powerful inspiration for us all.
  • Mildred of Thanet

    Mildred of Thanet

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    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.
  • Nicholas Owen, Saint

    Nicholas Owen, Saint

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    God graced an ingenious layman with the gift of creating secret rooms, priest holes and safe places in houses throughout England, many of which remain undiscovered today. Saint Nicholas Owen was a carpenter from a devoutly Catholic family in Oxford. His skill was unsurpassed and he became a key figure keeping the Catholic Faith alive in England.
  • 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
  • Padre Pio: Spiritual Warrior

    Padre Pio: Spiritual Warrior

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    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

    Patrick: Apostle of Ireland, Saint

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    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.
  • Philip Howard of Arundel, Saint

    Philip Howard of Arundel, Saint

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    s a cousin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, Saint Philip Howard, the Earl of Arundel, spent his youth enjoying the luxuries, sports, pastimes and indulgences of the Elizabethan court, neglecting his wife and the Catholic Faith of his ancestors. He was one of the wealthiest men in England and a favourite with the Queen.
  • Philomena, Saint

    Philomena, Saint

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    Saint Philomena is one of the most powerful saints of the Church. Her tomb was discovered in the catacombs in the 19th Century and since then so many miracles have occurred through her intercession that she has become known as the wonder-worker.
  • Piran of Cornwall, Saint

    Piran of Cornwall, Saint

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    Saint Piran was originally from Ireland. He was called by Christ to the religious life and studied to become a monk. Saint Piran was a great defender and preacher of the Catholic Faith. His preaching so annoyed a group of pagans in Ireland that they tied a millstone around his neck and threw him over the cliff into the sea hoping to get rid of him.
  • Richard Gwyn: Defender of the Latin Mass, Saint

    Richard Gwyn: Defender of the Latin Mass, Saint

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    One of the great Elizabethan Catholic defenders of the Faith during the persecutions of the Catholic Church in Britain by the Protestant government, he had a fervent love for the Catholic Faith and was outspoken in defence of the Church, using poetry, song and rhyme, like the Welsh bards of old, to defend the Truths and disparage heresies.
  • Richard of Chichester, Saint

    Richard of Chichester, Saint

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    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: Remnant Priest, Saint

    Robert Southwell: Remnant Priest, Saint

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    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.
  • Saints of England: Volume One

    Saints of England: Volume One

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    Branching off of our Well-Known Saints series of DVDs, we focus on the lives of seven famous English Saints of the Church and present each biography in the same style: a simple, easy to understand and straight to the point presentation of seven five minute shorts with live footage, narration and historical imagery and artwork.
  • Saints of England: Volume Two

    Saints of England: Volume Two

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    Branching off of our Well-Known Saints series of DVDs, we focus on the lives of seven famous English Saints of the Church and present each biography in the same style: a simple, easy to understand and straight to the point presentation of seven five minute shorts with live footage, narration and historical imagery and artwork.
  • Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular, Saint, Carmelite

    Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular, Saint, Carmelite

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    The Brown Scapular was given to the world by Our Lady through a simple monk in Kent, England in the 13th century. Saint Simon Stock, so named because he used to live as a hermit in a large, hollow tree (stock – tree trunk), was a Carmelite friar with a fascinating and important life that impacted the Catholic Church.
  • Teresa of Avila, Saint, Carmelite - Featured

    Teresa of Avila, Saint, Carmelite - Featured

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents Saint Teresa of Avila. Saint Teresa of Avila became a giant of prayer as well as a foundress and author. She is a Doctor of Prayer within the Catholic Church. In her many writings she has left us a wealth of advice and encouragement for the spiritual life and Carmelite Spirituality.
  • The Exorcist From the North - Saint Edmund Arrowsmith, English Martyr

    The Exorcist From the North - Saint Edmund Arrowsmith, English Martyr

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    In 17th Century England, missionary priests travelled throughout the country bringing the outlawed Sacraments of the church and celebrating the illegal Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. As part of his daring missions throughout England, Saint Edmund Arrowsmith took on the devil. It was his intention to claim England for God once more, one soul at a time. From Mary's Dowry Productions.
  • The Last Conversations of Therese, Carmelite

    The Last Conversations of Therese, Carmelite

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    Pope Saint Pius X called Saint Therese of Lisieux "the greatest Saint of modern times". During the last several months of the life of Saint Therese, known throughout the Catholic world as ‘the Little Flower’, her sisters in Carmel wrote down and preserved many of her beautiful and profound words
  • The Martyrs Walk

    The Martyrs Walk

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    Take a walk through the streets of historic London as a group of pilgrims trace the last steps of the English Martyrs from Tower Hill to Tyburn. Step back in time and meet several of the Martyrs
  • The Priesthood: Alter Christus

    The Priesthood: Alter Christus

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    What is a priest? What does a priest do? What makes a good priest? These and other questions were posed to young Catholics, seminarians and priests throughout the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton in interviews taped on location at Brighton, Arundel and Lewes in the Year of the Priest.
  • The Primary Series: Volume One

    The Primary Series: Volume One

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    Children will enjoy learning the lives of the Saints in our series especially produced for younger viewers. Seven short films are here presented in one DVD telling the lives of Saints and Martyrs for children.
  • The Primary Series: Volume Two

    The Primary Series: Volume Two

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    he younger viewer will enjoy learning the lives of the Saints in our series especially produced for children. The lives of seven Saxon Saints are presented in a simple way with each short film running for between five and seven minutes and accessible from a simple start menu.
  • The Safe House Keeper - Saint Anne Line

    The Safe House Keeper - Saint Anne Line

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    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. From Mary's Dowry Productions.
  • The Secret Mass Room: Saint Swithun Wells

    The Secret Mass Room: Saint Swithun Wells

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    In Elizabethan England, when the Catholic Mass was outlawed and it was illegal to be a Catholic priest within the Queen’s realm, a Catholic gentleman named Saint Swithun Wells set up a secret room in his town house in London. From Mary's Dowry Productions Catholic Films.
  • The Shining Pearl of York: Saint Margaret Clitherow

    The Shining Pearl of York: Saint Margaret Clitherow

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    One of our great English Martyrs, Saint Margaret Clitherow, has been known in history since her death, as the Shining Pearl of York. She was a Catholic convert at a time when it was illegal to be a member of the outlawed Catholic Church in Elizabethan England, yet she showed no fear for standing close to the Pope, the Church and the Truths of the Faith even at the risk of her own life.
  • Thomas Cromwell: The King's Collaborator

    Thomas Cromwell: The King's Collaborator

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    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 Garnet and the Gunpowder Plot, Saint, DVD, English Martyr

    Thomas Garnet and the Gunpowder Plot, Saint, DVD, English Martyr

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    When Father Henry Garnet learned about the Gunpowder Plot from one of the conspirators in Confession, the Jesuit priest wrote to Rome asking the Church to warn English Catholics not to use force against the oppressive, anti-Catholic government. His nephew Thomas travelled England, illegally administering the outlawed Sacraments and offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. From Mary's Dowry Productions.
  • Thomas More, Saint

    Thomas More, Saint

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    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.
  • Titus Brandsma, Blessed, Carmelite

    Titus Brandsma, Blessed, Carmelite

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    Blessed Titus Brandsma was a Dutch Carmelite priest and a great defender of the Church, especially against secular influence upon Christian press and freedom of speech, and in particular during the time of the Nazi dictatorship and rise to power in the 1930’s and 1940’s.
  • Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins, Saint

    Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins, Saint

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    Saint Ursula was a British Saint who lived in Roman Britain and was the daughter of a powerful leader or king. Many signs and miracles accompanied her entry into the world and she was at one point compared to Saint John the Baptist due to the fascinating occurrences at her birth.
  • Well Known Blesseds: Volume 1

    Well Known Blesseds: Volume 1

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    Six Well Known Blesseds of the Catholic Church are presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies in volume one of this off-branch of our popular Well Known Saints DVD series.
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 1

    Well Known Saints: Volume 1

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume one of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Therese of Lisieux, John the Baptist, Faustina, Joseph, Anthony, Paul and Francis of Assisi.
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 2

    Well Known Saints: Volume 2

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume two of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Elizabeth, Maximilian Kolbe, Augustine, Ignatius of Loyola, Padre Pio, Clare of Assisi and Luke.
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 3

    Well Known Saints: Volume 3

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume three of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Matthew, Bernadette of Lourdes, Thomas More, Lucy, Martin de Porres, Joan of Arc and Peter.
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 4

    Well Known Saints: Volume 4

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume four of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Gertrude the Great, John Fisher, Teresa of Avila, John Eudes, Catherine of Siena, Francis de Sales and John the Evangelist.
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 5

    Well Known Saints: Volume 5

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume four of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Saint Louis de Montfort, John of Avila, Rita, Gemma Galgani, Christopher, Mary Magdalene and Don Bosco
  • Well Known Saints: Volume 6

    Well Known Saints: Volume 6

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    Mary's Dowry Productions presents six well known Saints of the Catholic Church. Presented in absorbing and informative mini-movies volume four of this popular Well Known Saints DVD series presents the lives of Juan Diego, John Vianney, Philomena, Hildegard of Bingham, Anthony of the Desert, Margaret of Scotland and John of the Cross.
  • Wilfrid: Apostle of Sussex, Saint

    Wilfrid: Apostle of Sussex, Saint

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    One of our great English 7th century Saints, Saint Wilfrid’s vocation began when he was a young boy. His stepmother was impatient with young Wilfrid and eventually sent him away to the Court of King Oswy where Queen Eanflaed took delight in the deeply pious and fervent boy and became his patron.
  • Winifred and Her Well, Saint

    Winifred and Her Well, Saint

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    Saint Winifred’s Well in Wales has been a place of pilgrimage for over a thousand years. Known as England’s Lourdes, the waters of Saint Winifred’s well brings spiritual and oftentimes striking physical healing.
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