With great integrity, this film recreates the times and circumstances of Mary's appearances and miracles at Fátima.
People embark on the Camino to Santiago for any number of reasons – a diversity that is reflected in this selection of stories written by pilgrims from across the English-speaki
The Camino de Santiago de Compostela (Way of St James) is among the world's most famous pilgrimages: Christian pilgrims have travelled to the shrine of St James in Santiago, nor
Celebrating with Our Lady Every Day of the Year
Establishes for the first time the historical identity of the Shrine’s foundress, the visionary ‘Rychold’.
In addition to being one of the world's most enthralling cities, Rome, with its 900 churches and shrines, has been a major pilgrimage destination for over 1500 years and continu
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
Here is an inexpensive and indispensable guide to Fatima, which will answer all those questions, essential and incidental, that that present themselves to English speakers on pi
This book is the ideal pilgrim guide to Fatima especially in this centenary year 2017, in which the author tells the story of Fatima, describes the events, summarises the messag
Finding Fatima explores the religious phenomenon of Our Lady of Fatima in 1917 Portugal, detailing the initial apparitions of the Angel that prepared three young shepherd childr
A Guide Through the Holy Places and People of North-East England
Come to know the house of the Virgin Mary which, according to numberless saints, scores of popes, and many official documents of the Vatican (and to protect it from the depredat
A film by Stefano Mazzeo for EWTN.
This CD traces, in Gregorian Chant, the arrival of St Augustine in Kent and the re-establishment of Christianity in England from AD 596.
Pilgrim's Guide to Lourdes is a quality guide book that takes you right through the Lourdes Story, and explores the meaning of pilgrimage.
A pilgrimage to the Holy Land offers each of us the opportunity of a spiritual re-awakening and a reaffirmation of faith.
In the year 597AD on the island of Thanet in Kent, a landing took place which would change the course of English history.
Minster is a town on the Isle of Thanet in Kent. This town grew up around a monastery founded by saints - St Domneva and St Mildred.
There are more than sixty shrines in honour of Our Lady in England. Most were founded in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and from the start they were noted places of p
Apostle of England
In 597AD a party of 40 monks landed their boat on the Kent coast, ending a journey that had started in Italy and which had taken nearly a year to complete.
"When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England," said Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903).
Fr Vasko, President of the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land, takes you to some of the Holy Land's most sacred sites, including the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Churc
An ancient trail of pilgrimage runs through south-east England; a pathway along which so much of English identity converges.