England’s National Shrine of Our Lady
Presented by Joanna Bogle Beautifully filmed on location, this film reveals the story of what once was known as one of the four great shrines of Christendom, visited by Saints and Kings. Now, after centuries of desolation, Walsingham is once more a place of pilgrimage with thousands visiting every year.
DETAILS: (1 DVD – 58 minutes)
The Lives of the Apostles After Calvary
C. Bernard Ruffin Who were the Apostles really? What happened to them after the end of the Gospel story? You’ll be surprised by the wealth of detail Ruffin has dug up for each apostle – even Judas Iscariot. Weaving together Scripture, Tradition, and historical accounts, Ruffin re-creates and outlines the lives of each of the Apostles.
AUTHOR: C. Bernard Ruffin
DETAILS: 192 pages, paperback
The Mysterious Emblems of the Wounds in the Body and Heart of Jesus Christ
Finally published for the first time more than 70 years after its author’s death, this book contains exceptional findings by French Catholic archaeologist and symbologist Louis Charbonneau-Lassay (1871–1946) on the five wounds of Christ: their symbolism, representations, and meaning in Christian art. From 1903 to 1925, he published articles on prehistory, Celtic and Gallo-Roman archaeology. When contributing to the Catholic periodical Regnabit, he refocused his research on wide-ranging aspects of the Sacred Heart, with the purpose of showing its universal dimension.
AUTHOR: Louis Charbonneau-Lassay
DETAILS: 554 pages, paperback
Fr Marcus Holden & Fr Andrew Pinsent The Why? Course is a unique and exciting threepart introduction to the Catholic Faith. The aim of the course is to provide answers to the perennial, fundamental questions which all people ask: Who are we? Where do we come from? And why are we here? The course is split into three distinct sections: Why God? Why Christ? Why The Church?
DETAILS: (1 DVD – 70 minutes)
Fr Marcus Holden & Fr Andrew Pinsent “And a great sign appeared in Heaven…” – Revelation 12:1 In the Gospels we hear Jesus refer to his mother Mary as “Woman”. This reference should draw our attention to the woman mentioned in Genesis, as well as in the book of Revelation. But who is this “Woman”, and why is she so central in the history of Salvation? This powerful film considers the Catholic teaching about Mary, the mother of Jesus, and her important role in the Church and in the lives of Christians today. The dogmas of Mother of God, Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity, and Assumption are explained along with other traditional beliefs and devotions to Mary.
DETAILS: (1 DVD – 39 minutes)
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Fulton J. Sheen presents a moving portrayal of the Blessed Virgin Mary. All the major aspects and events of Mary’s life are lovingly portrayed in a manner full of information, consolation and inspiration. Sheen gives profound insights into all the Marian beliefs ranging from the Immaculate Conception to the miracles of Fatima.
AUTHOR: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
DETAILS: 276 pages, paperback
AUTHOR: Fr Donald Calloway
The Canterbury Way
An ancient trail of pilgrimage runs through south-east England; a pathway along which so much of English identity converges. It is the way of St Thomas Becket, the martyr who stood up to a King and inspired Christendom. It is a route that drew countless pilgrims in ages past, captured the imagination of Chaucer and is reviving in our own time. This film follows Fr Marcus Holden and Fr Nicholas Schofield as they journey from London to Canterbury. Along the way they discover the story of St Thomas and some fascinating traditions…
DETAILS: (2 DVD – 126 minutes)