From the dawn of human history, mankind has understood the value of a lifelong, faithful, procreative union of one man and one woman in marriage. This natural bond, which was raised to a Sacrament by Our Lord Jesus Christ, has been the foundation of Christian civilisation for over two thousand years.Read more
An influential teacher, a distinguished theologian, a man who endured many trials, a father of souls – Blessed John Henry Newman (1801 – 1890) remains as fresh and relevant today as he was during his lifetime. In this engaging film, Fr Nicholas Schofield and Fr Marcus Holden present the story of Newman’s life and visit the places where he lived and worked. From London to Oxford, from Littlemore to Birmingham, each revealing an important stage of his life. Along the way they explore his writings and teachings, his pastoral zeal for his students and parishioners, his journey of conversion to the Catholic faith, and his enduring message for Christians of today.Read more
During the English Reformation, hundreds of brave men and women suffered all manner of persecution in order to cling to the Catholic faith that had been integral to the life of the nation for over a thousand years. Many were subject to heavy fines, exclusion, and prison sentences. For others, particularly priests, or anyone assisting a priest, a death sentence was the expected outcome.Read more
An insightful and sobering presentation about the powers and dominions of the spiritual world: God, the human soul, angels, demons (fallen angels). It also covers spiritual warfare, demonic possession and exorcism, the dangers of the New Age movement and the occult, and more.Read more
This film begins by outlining the foundations of the Papacy, when Jesus announces Simon Peter as “The Rock,” on which the Church will stand. From there the journey unfolds through history, from the early Christians within the Roman Empire, to the present day global influence of the Church. Through all manner of trials and difficulties, the Papacy has remained constant throughout, leading God’s people along the path of salvation.
With commentary from well known speakers and authors including Steve Ray, Fr Marcus Holden, Joanna Bogle, Fr Andrew Pinsent, and more, this film is ideal for any Catholic home, school, or parish.Read more
This film explains the reality and gravity of sin and the effect it has on our lives and the lives of others. Discover the Biblical roots of the need for a confession of sins, and the institution of Confession as a sacrament by Jesus Christ. Although presenting sin in its true light, this film focuses on the love and mercy of God – that although we are sinners, He is always waiting, patiently, lovingly, fatherly, for us to return.
Commentary is provided by Fr Marcus Holden, Fr Andrew Pinsent, Fr Nicholas Schofield, and other.
This is an ideal film for any Catholic who has been away from Confession for a long period of time, or for those who are anxious or worried about this sacrament. For those who already frequent the sacrament, it will offer inspiration and encouragement to continue to grow in their spiritual life.Read more
Beginning with the early arrivals of Christianity in Britain, this film takes you on a tour of Catholic history, through the Medieval period and the Reformation, the Second Spring, the Modern Crisis, and ends with “The Revival”.Read more