Saturday, 19 July 2014

St. Piran of Cornwall, an upcoming film of his life

Our upcoming production on St. Piran of Cornwall enjoyed a simple filming day on the shores of England and the little woods on the edge of the beaches this week.  St. Piran has a delightful biography which will be presented in a visual story with a simple and contemplative portrayal, historical images and art, relevant photographs and footage of nature to run beneath a simple, detailed narrative that tells his whole story.  St. Piran is currently in production with his visuals completed.  We shall be filming a portrayal of St. Buriana who travelled to Cornwall with St. Piran from Ireland to complete the visuals required for our film.  Think of our visuals as moving paintings that run beneath a gentle yet informative biographical narrative.  This is not a ‘movie’ but a creative way to enjoy the story of St. Piran of Cornwall.  Because we love to look at nature in our films we enjoyed filming the rockpools and sea during our filming day.  This looks like it will be a peaceful and interesting DVD.  St. Piran will be released in August 2014.  COMING SOON from www.marysdowryproductions.org

Monday, 23 June 2014

Saint Bede Filming Day

"For if history records good things of good men, the thoughtful hearer is encouraged to imitate what is good; or if it records evil of wicked men, the good religious listener or reader is encouraged to avoid all that is sinful and perverse and to follow what he knows to be good and pleasing to God." - Saint Bede, England's Doctor of the Church.
 
Our new film presenting the life of Saint Bede began production today with an hour and a half spent filming in Sussex.  A selection of simple visuals were filmed in beautiful Sussex scenery which we use to help the narrative overlay flow well with combined visuals of Sacred art, historical paintings, maps and relevant photographs, footage of scenery and relevant locations.  Visuals include imagery of Saint Bede reading, praying, writing and contemplating.  The film will have a lot of interesting information in a simple style presenting the life of this great Englishman. 
Coming soon from Mary's Dowry Productions.




Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Protecting the Mass - the English Martyrs


The Priest-Hole Maker - the Jesuit hero - St. Nicholas Owen



Saint Nicholas Owen: The life of the famous priest-hole maker and English Martyr St. Nicholas Owen is presented in a visual story using historical, symbolic and relevant artwork, imagery, footage of nature and costumed visuals. This 30 minute film gives a simplified biographical representation of this English Martyr especially for those who have not heard of him. The details, facts and records are taken from various readily available biographical sources and represented in his own words; the narrative is from his point of view and begins with St. Nicholas Owen’s early life taking the viewer/listener through his whole journey, focussing especially upon his spirituality and Catholic Faith. This is not a ‘movie’ produced for entertainment neither is it purely a biographical documentary, this is a creative and simplified way to learn the life and spirituality of St. Nicholas Owen with visual aids to help the narrative flow.

What you will hear:

The narrative of St. Nicholas Owen’s life and spirituality written and spoken from his own point of view for the whole length of the film. Original music to accompany the narrative.

What you will see:
 
Historical paintings, maps and artwork; footage of nature, historical houses and items to aid the style and era; simplified costumed visuals of St. Nicholas Owen, his family, the Jesuits, his life and mission in simple settings presented to aid the narrative.
Length:
The film runs for 30 minutes.
Target Audience:
The film is suitable for all ages, aimed mainly at Catholics with an understanding of the Faith and an appreciation for the spiritual life. This film was produced to present the life of this Martyr to those who may never have heard of him and his inspiring mission. The film has proven excellent for use in parishes and classrooms with very positive feedback. It has been broadcast globally on EWTN.
The producers:
Mary’s Dowry Productions was established in 2007. The films presenting the lives of the Saints and Martyrs of the Church provide original and simple ways to share the stories and words of these heroic examples of the Faith.

Format:

St. Nicholas Owen is available on Region Free DVD worldwide.Region Free DVD available through www.marysdowryproductions.org and AMAZON.


Saint Anne Line - Shakespeare's muse on DVD.


Saint Anne Line:

A 30 minute film presenting the life of English Martyr Saint Anne Line using historical, symbolic and relevant artwork, imagery, footage of nature and costumed visuals.  This original film gives a biographical representation of one of our lesser known English Martyr’s using details, facts and records taken from various readily available biographical sources on her life.  Saint Anne Line was raised a Calvinist in Elizabethan England but converted with her brother to the outlawed Catholic Faith.  She married fellow Catholic Roger Line and their poignant story is believed to be the theme of Shakespeare’s poem ‘The Phoenix and the Turtle’.  After Roger’s exile and death the young widowed Saint Anne Line worked with Fr. John Gerard to hide hunted Catholic priests and arranged outlawed Masses.  She was eventually arrested for this and executed at the Tyburn gallows.  As a young English woman with a deep love of the Catholic faith she is an inspiration for Catholic women and girls.  The film takes the viewer/listener through St. Anne Line’s whole journey, focussing especially upon her spirituality and deep love of the Catholic Faith and the Passion of Our Lord.  The narrative is taken from various biographical documents and accounts and represented in her own words.  This is not a ‘movie’ produced for entertainment neither is it purely a biographical documentary, this is a creative way to learn the life and spirituality of St. Anne Line with visual aids to help the narrative flow. 

What you will hear:

The life of Saint Anne Line in a narrative representing her own words for the whole length of the film.  Original music to accompany the narrative.

What you will see:

Historical paintings, maps and artwork; footage of nature, historical houses and items to aid the style and era; simplified costumed visuals of St. Anne Line, her family, her husband, Fr. John Gerard, Fr. Mark Barkworth and recusant Catholics, her life and mission in simple settings presented to aid the narrative.

Length:

The film runs for 30 minutes.

Target Audience:

The film is suitable for all ages, aimed mainly at Catholics with an understanding of the Faith and an appreciation for the spiritual life.  The film has proven excellent for use in parishes and classrooms with very positive feedback.

The producers:

Mary’s Dowry Productions was established in 2007.  The films presenting the lives of the Saints and Martyrs of the Church provide original and simple ways to share the stories and words of these heroic examples of the Faith.

Format:

St. Anne Line is available on Region Free DVD worldwide from www.marysdowryproductions.org and AMAZON.

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Blessed Francisco Marto

Francisco of Fatima's short but heroic life is looked at in careful detail in our film available on DVD by Mary's Dowry Productions.

Making movies of the Martyrs

Making movies of the English Martyrs and Catholic Saints in England by the Mary's Dowry Productions team - a group of young Catholics dedicated to providing an original way of learning these fantastic and inspiring biographies.
Visit our website for new film releases on DVD available worldwide:
 
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Friday, 18 April 2014

St John Southworth, a new film on his life, priest and English Martyr, Westminster's priest

Saint John Southworth worked with Saint Henry Morse during the 1635 plague outbreak in London. 
Our new film presents his whole life in careful detail touching upon this interesting and inspiring part of our English Martyr's ministry.
Available now on DVD worldwide, Saint John Southworth gives a detailed, prayerful and careful look at the priest of Westminster using a selection of careful portrayals, sacred art, historical imagery and information.
One of the 40 Martyrs of England and Wales, Saint John Southworth's biography comes alive in this new film from Mary's Dowry Productions.
 
Saint John Southworth on DVD at our ONLINE SHOP
Saint John Southworth on DVD at AMAZON UK
Saint John Southworth on DVD at AMAZON COM
 
Bringing to life the inspiring and relevant lives of the Martyrs of England and Wales.


Sunday, 16 February 2014

Saint Bede, England's Doctor of the church, a film of his life

We will be working on a new film which will present the life of Saint Bede this year (2014).
Saint Bede is known as the Father of English History and is also England's Doctor of the Church.
We have been asked many times to produce a film about Saint Bede so will be working on his lovely story this year and hope to release it soon.
Simple visuals will blend with paintings, historical documents, artwork, maps and footage of the English countryside he loved so much.
The film will include a detailed yet accessible look at his life and works as well as quotes of his which always give reflection and thought.
COMING SOON!
 
Meanwhile, visit our online shop for similar films:
 
Saint Wilfrid: the Apostle of Sussex
Saint Cuthman of Steyning
 
 
DVDs are available worldwide through our online shop, Amazon COM and Amazon UK.

Plague priest, a film about Saint Henry Morse, English Martyr, Jesuit priest

The plague priest, Saint Henry Morse, has a fascinating story of bravery in 1635 London.
Mary's Dowry Productions film about the Priest of the Plague is due for release soon!
Known as the Priest of the Plague due to his work with the persecuted English Catholics and plague victims during the 1630's plague epidemic, this Jesuit priest is a wonderful example of faith and determination during difficult times.
He worked with fellow English Martyr Saint John Southworth (OUT NOW) but also had a heroic mission of his own, finding himself hunted, captured, arrested and exiled many times during his work in England as he worked to bring the outlawed Sacraments to the faithful. 
He was finally imprisoned and executed at Tyburn in 1645 leaving us an inspiring testimony relevant for England today.
Other films on the lives of the English Martyrs include:
 
Saint Edmund Arrowsmith
Saint Richard Gwyn
Saint Edmund Gennings
and many more.
 

Saint Mildred of Thanet, a film about the Fairest Lily of the English

Saint Mildred, the fairest Lily of the English.
Our film sharing the life of Anglo Saxon princess and Abbess Saint Mildred is now available on DVD worldwide through our online shop and AMAZON. 
Saint Mildred is an obscure English Saint but her story is lovely and also exciting.
She was the great, great granddaughter of King Ethelbert of Kent, that holy King who received Saint Augustine of Canterbury and the Catholic Faith into England.  She was sent to France to study and there suffered at the hands of a temperamental Abbess who had designs on Saint Mildred for her nephew Sir Claude.  There was a miraculous escape from a roaring oven and a flight to a ship while bearing the holy Relic of one of the Nail's used in the crucifixion.  When she stepped off of her mother's ship once back in England she left her footprint in the rock and it was kept as a relic for centuries.
As usual we have provided some original visuals to blend with beautiful paintings, scenery, historical documents, maps etc... so as to tell Saint Mildred's life in film.
She at one time outshone Saint Augustine himself in England due to the English people's love of her.  We are pleased to be able to refresh interest in one of our lovely Catholic Saints of England by providing an easy way to encounter her story which we hope will help many.
Other films available that are similar to our film about Saint Mildred are:
 
Saint Etheldreda
Saint Winifred and her Well.
 
These are available from our online shop, Amazon UK and Amazon Com.
Check back for updates.

Saint Mildred at Mary's Dowry Productions ONLINE SHOP
Saint Mildred at AMAZON UK
Saint Mildred at AMAZON COM  

Monday, 10 February 2014

Holy Spirit of Tranquility, a new Christian CD album

The Spirit music series blends instruments and sounds to create a relaxing and reflective mood which is both uplifting and meditative. Perfect as background music, or for chilling out, for becoming lost in thought or to absorb yourself in the tunes. Using guitars, piano, Celtic harps, ancient strings and ethnic flutes and pads blending with subtle sounds of nature and the forest the original tracks will help unwind and calm.
Track 1 - Better One Handful with Tranquility (7:09) Track 2 - The Lord Gives a Tranquil Heart (4:52) Track 3 - Speak to Calm this Tossing Sea, Stayed in Thy Tranquility(3:11) Track 4 - A Still and Tranquil Mind is No Small Gift (5:02) Track 5 - The Beautiful Tranquility of Solitude With the Spirit (4:07) Track 6 - Come Holy Spirit, Spirit of Tranquility (2:54) Track 7 - He Brings Tranquility, Beyond Human Comprehension (5:43) Track 8 - In the Light of God's Tranquility (4:31) Track 9 - Comforted With Tranquility (4:38) Track 10 - At the Feet of Jesus She Found Her Tranquility (5:21).
Available from our ONLINE SHOP
Bernadette Bevans has been writing music since the age of fourteen. Specialising in writing music as underscore to film and narrative, Bernadette uses her gift for music to compose all of the soundtracks in our films and has been compiling original albums for many years available from our online shop. Many of these include ancient English fusion music such as the early albums Lands, Journeys, Dreams and many more. Recently the Spirit Series was inspired as a much more reflective and background type style and has been enjoyed by many for help in classrooms, for meditation and for chilling out on the train to work.
 
 

Friday, 31 January 2014

Saint Don Bosco, Saint John Bosco short film

An easy way to discover the life and mission of Saint John Bosco is in a short detailed film as part of our series 'Well-Known Saints'.
Well Known Saint Volume Five includes a mini-movie about this great Saint of the Church and gives a handy and inspiring presentation of his life.
Used in Confirmation classes, schools, parishes or for personal use our Well Known Saints series is available through Amazon UK and Amazon COM and through our online shop.
Out now.


Saturday, 18 January 2014

Saint Hildegard of Bingham, Saint Philomena, Saint John Vianney, Saint Juan Diego, Saint Margaret of Scotland, Saint John of the Cross and Saint Anthony of the Desert all feature in a NEW DVD release for 2014

 
 
Volume SIX of our popular Well Known Saints DVD series, great for use in Confirmation classes, giving a short, inspiring biographical film of seven popular Saints on one DVD.
Volume Six tells the lives of:
Saint John Vianney
Saint Juan Diego
Saint Philomena
Saint Margaret of Scotland
Saint Hildegard of Bingham
Saint Anthony of the Desert
and
Saint John of the Cross.
 
Each mini movie has a punchy, catchy original soundtrack to suit each theme of the Saint's life which adds to the interest of each fascinating and inspiring journey.
 
Out NOW
Available through
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Saint Gemma Galgani, Saint John of Avila, Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Rita, Saint Christopher and Saint John Bosco

 
Saint Gemma Galgani and six more popular Saints are looked at in a NEW DVD release from our popular 'Well Known Saints' DVD series continued with Volume 5 telling the lives of the Saints in short, inspiring, biographical films.
VOLUME FIVE tells the lives of:
Saint Louis Marie de Montfort
Saint Don Bosco
Saint Gemma
Saint John of Avila
Saint Christopher
Saint Rita
and
Saint Mary Magdalene
 
OUT NOW available through our online shop, Amazon UK and Amazon COM

Sunday, 30 June 2013

Jesuits, priest holes, Topcliffe, Tyburn, the Lives of the English Martyrs, an Inside Look at Mary's Dowry Productions


 
The English Martyrs and bringing their lives to film - here is a new documentary that runs for 60 minutes giving a detailed look at Mary's Dowry Productions.  With interviews, film clips, making of, behind the scenes, music, media and more.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

St. Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular, Feast day May 16th, Carmelite friar, 13th Century England

A great way to get to know the life of St. Simon Stock and the Brown Scapular is through our film on this inspiring Carmelite friar of 13th Century England.
This little film combines beautiful film footage of the countryside of England, especially Kent, stunning sacred art in a variety of historical paintings, a little simple silent portrayal of Saint Simon Stock in typical English settings, quotes from Saints such as St. Therese of Lisieux about the importance of the Brown Scapular and Pope John Paul II, the importance of this Sacramental plus much more; a particularly good resource for schools, Confirmation classes, parishes and families.
The film is available worldwide on DVD through Mary's Dowry Productions.
 
 
Saint Simon Stock is one of our great English Saints and the Shrine at Ayelsford in Kent is one of the few remaining Shrines to Our Lady in England.
The history and Catholicism that shines out of St. Simon Stock's great life is in need of rediscovery one more today.  Our film about St. Simon Stock is a useful way to encounter the life of our English Saint and encourage the devotional wearing of the Brown Scapular which was given to us from Our Lady.  St. Simon Stock - pray for us!
 
Mary's Dowry Productions was established in 2007 and produces original and inspiring films about the lives of the Saints, especially the English Martyrs and the Saints of England.
 
 

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Prayer for England, Mary's Dowry - druing the 1893 Dedication of England to the Mother of God.


Prayer of the Bishops of England and Wales in 1893 during the ceremony of the Dedication of England to the Mother of God, the last part of which (from the let us pray) is taken from an 8th century prayer found in the Book of Cerne which belonged to Ethelwald, Bishop of Sherbourne, AD 760:

 

O Immaculate Virgin, Mother of Our Lord Jesus Christ!

Mother of Grace, and Queen of the Kingdom of Thy Son!

Humbly kneeling before thee, we offer thee this country in which we live!

It was once thine.

Before it was robbed of the Holy Faith, all its children were thy children and thou wert honoured throughout its length and breadth as its Protectress and its Queen.

Again do we consecrate it to thee; again do we dedicate it as thy own Dowry.

We offer our own hearts, that their love and service may ever grow and increase.

We offer all our brethren – those multitudes who know thee so little – or know thee not at all.

May thy prayer bring back the country’s ancient Faith!

May thy intercession lead us to a closer union with thy Divine Son.

We consecrate ourselves to Him through thee.

Obtain for us, and for England, Thy Dowry, every grace and blessing, O clement, O loving, O sweet Virgin Mary!

Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God.

That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray:

Holy Mother of God, Virgin ever blest, O Mary Immaculate, pray for us, intercede for us, disdain not to help us.  For we are all confident and know for certain that thou canst obtain all thou willest from thy Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, God Almighty, the King of Ages, Who liveth with the Father and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever, Amen.

 

Friday, 12 April 2013

English Martyr, St. Edmund Arrowsmith, North of England, film of his life produced in England, on DVD now.


Saint Edmund Arrowsmith
The highly dangerous mission of English Martyr Saint Edmund Arrowsmith to the recusant Catholics of Lancashire in the 17th Century North of England is presented and examined in this new film by Mary’s Dowry Productions. 
With the Catholic Faith still persecuted for most of the reigns of King James I and his son King Charles I, Fr. Edmund Arrowsmith remained hunted by the government priest catchers for fifteen years, celebrating the outlawed Catholic Mass and keeping the Catholic Faith alive in the north of England. 
This interesting account of his life brings St. Edmund Arrowsmith and the Faith and history of England into the relevance of today.
 
  Available on DVD NOW worldwide in all region formats, out now through AMAZON COM, AMAZON UK and Mary's Dowry Productions.

www.marysdowryproductions.org

St. Thomas More, English Martyr, a new detailed film of his life


St. Thomas More:
A detailed look at the inspiring life of one of the most famous English Martyrs and Chancellors of England, Sir Thomas More, beginning with his early years in the home of Cardinal Morton, through to his friendship with King Henry VIII, his extensive writings against heresies, his final days in the Tower of London and his last walk to Tower Hill. 
This film looks at St. Thomas More’s encounters with the great figures of Tudor history including King Henry VIII, Thomas Cromwell, Erasmus, Anne Boleyn, Calvin, Luther and Bishop John Fisher as well as touching upon the depths of Saint Thomas More’s Faith and love of Christ and the Catholic Church. 
 
  Available on DVD NOW worldwide, all region formats, through AMAZON COM, AMAZON UK and Mary's Dowry Productions.

www.marysdowryproductions.org

Our Lady of Walsingham, Richeldis de Faverches, new documentary produced in England


Richeldis de Faverches and Our Lady of Walsingham
A specific look at ‘Our Lady of Walsingham’ in the history of England as presented by Mary’s Dowry Productions especially produced to coincide with the 950th anniversary of the founding of the Holy House and the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in 1061. 
 Presented on location at Arundel in West Sussex, England and the Shrine of English Martyr St. Philip Howard, this is a documentary that draws upon many aspects of the Catholic history of England and spans the centuries from before the battle of Hastings through to our present day. 

A rich array of historical images, photographs, footage, portrayals, details and insights make this an informative and original presentation.

 
Available NOW on DVD through AMAZON COM, AMAZON UK and Mary's Dowry Productions, all region formats, shipped worldwide.

www.marysdowryproduction.org

St. John Fisher, English Martyr, film produced in England

St. John Fisher
St. John Fisher, the devout and immovable Bishop of Rochester, is loved by thousands today not only for his priestly example but for his heroic defence of the Catholic Faith in Tudor England that saw him earn the crown of Martyrdom. 

This detailed film looks at the whole life of St. John Fisher form his birth to his arrest and confinement in the Tower of London where he was named Cardinal of England and shortly after beheaded on Tower Hill.  Historical characters such as Lady Margaret Beaufort, Kings Henry VII and Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, St. Thomas More, Thomas Cromwell and many others make this a journey of history, politics and Faith in 16th Century England.
 
Available now on DVD worldwide, all region formats, through AMAZON COM, AMAZON UK and Mary's Dowry Productions.

Saint Therese of Lisieux, her last conversations, DVD produced in England, coming soon to EWTN


The Last Conversations of Therese:
In Carmel, Saint Therese of Lisieux was on the alert to make use of every opportunity, however little, to win souls to God. When tuberculosis had spread to all parts of her body causing St. Therese indescribable sufferings, we are given insights into the offerings of her suffering through her last conversations as recorded by her sisters.  Many of her final confidences are presented here in this new film by Mary’s Dowry Productions using the beautiful depictions of nature and imagery of Saint Therese for an original and moving encounter with the Little Flower. 
COMING SOON TO EWTN. 
Available now worldwide on DVD all region formats, through AMAZON COM, AMAZON UK and Mary's Dowry Productions.  OUT NOW.

Wednesday, 23 January 2013

St. Edmund Campion's friend at Tyburn Gallows, St. Alexander Briant's life explored in a new documentary, Mary's Dowry

Saint Alexander Briant - English Martyr - NEW DVD release from Mary's Dowry Productions.
A documentary about St. Alexander Briant, a young Elizabethan priest, who was executed at Tyburn Gallows with St. Edmund Campion and St. Ralph Sherwin. 

He was born in Somerset, studied under Fr. Robert Persons, was ordained a Catholic priest and returned to England on the English Mission.  His capture and torture give beautiful insights into the Passion of Christ - he carved a little Cross and wrote a poignant and insightful letter before his execution. 

A reverent witness to the Catholic Faith his story is presented in this new documentary.
The film is available now worldwide on DVD (all formats) from
and also through Amazon.
OUT NOW - January 2013.

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Saint Therese of Lisieux, her Last Conversations, a unique documentary

A unique look at the last conversations of Saint Therese of Lisieux leading up to her death, with profound insights into her soul - an half an hour documentary giving an absorbing encounter with the Little Flower.


Saturday, 5 January 2013

Catholic Martyrs, film compilation, Mary's Dowry

A new short video showing a compilation of clips from films by Mary's Dowry Productions.  All films are available on DVD worldwide through our online shop.  These true stories are inspiring, sharing the witness and heroic sacrifices of the great men and women Martyred for upholding the Catholic Faith in England and Wales. 


Sunday, 23 December 2012

Saint Alexander Briant, English Martyr.


Saint Alexander Briant, a 25 year old Catholic priest from Somerset, was executed at the infamous Triple gallows of Tyburn with Saint Edmund Campion in 1581.
Our 30 minute presentation of the life and witness of this young English Martyr comprises historical imagery and paintings combined with careful portrayal. 
 
Available on DVD through Mary's Dowry Production and AMAZON. 
 


Monday, 3 December 2012

Blessed Alexandrina da Costa, Mary's Dowry Productions

Our film about Blessed Alexandrina Maria da Costa is available on DVD.
The film was produced in 2010 and is available on DVD worldwide through our online shop at Mary's Dowry Productions www.marysdowryproductions.org and also through Amazon. 
This is a good way to learn about the important and inspiring life of Blessed Alexandrina Maria da Costa and also to share her life with others.  For more information visit our website. 

Sunday, 14 October 2012

Saint Richard Gwyn, Welsh Martyr, Elizabethan

Saint RICHARD GWYN, the first Welsh martyr of Elizabeth I’s reign, was born about 1537 in Lianidloes, Montgomeryshire. He studied for a short time at Oxford, and then went to St. John’s College, Cambridge. Returning to Wales about 1562, he became a schoolmaster and taught in Flintshire and Denbighshire. He married and had six children.

Arrested in Wrexham in 1578, he escaped, but he was arrested again in 1580. After being tried and remanded several times at the Assizes, he was finally condemned to death at Wrexham, in October1584, for refusing to recognize the Queen as head of the Catholic Church in England and persuading others to become Catholics.

Two days before his death he was offered his freedom if he would conform to the State religion. As he left the prison on his way to execution, he said to his fellow prisoners: ‘Weep not for me, for I do but pay the rent before the rent day.’ On the scaffold he forgave his executioner, acknowledged Elizabeth I to be the lawful Queen of England and denied that he had ever committed any treason against her; but he still refused to recognize her as head of the Church.

 As he prayed, ‘O God, be merciful to me a sinner,’ he was pushed off the ladder and cut down while still alive and disembowelled.  St Richard Gwyn, Catholic layman suffered death for hearing the Mass and for being a Roman Catholic. He died at Wrexham on 15 October 1584.
His life is presented with devotion and history by Mary's Dowry Productions and is
AVAILABLE ON DVD AT:
and
AMAZON

Saint Edmund Campion, Jesuit, God's Champion, a film about self sacrifice

 
The life of Jesuit priest and English Martyr Edmund Campion presented in a half an hour film.
GOD'S CHAMPION.
Available on DVD through Mary's Dowry Productions and also currently available at Amazon.