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Fine and Traditional Catholic Videotapes

- "The Song of Bernadette" - Winner of 5 Academy Awards, this classic film beautifully protrays the appearance and miracle of Our Lady of Lourdes, and the life of the girl to whom Our Lady appeared, St. Bernadette. A superb cast including Vincent Price, Lee J. Cobb, and Jennifer Jones. 156 min., $19.95

- "The Juggler of Notre Dame" A moving contemporary version of a classic story. Barnaby earns money juggling in the street for coins. He happens upon a community where they are making Christmas gifts for Jesus and despairs over having nothing to give until he receives a miraculous gift from Our Lady. 50 min., $14.95

- "The Bells of St. Mary's" Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman star in this warm comedy that won the hearts of millions and an Academy Award. The new parish priest of St. Mary's, Fr. O'Malley, and its no-nonsense principal Sr. Benedict, team together to save the rundown St. Mary's from closing. 126 min., $14.95

- "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness" The true story of an English parlor maid (Ingrid Bergman) who opens an inn in China for tired, hungry mule drivers crossing desolate mountain trails. She converts a powerful Mandarin to Christianity, but her greatest fear is achieved when she leads a hundred homeless children to safety. 158 min, $19.95

- "The Agony and the Ecstasy" When Pope Julius II (Rex Harrison) commissions Michaelangelo (Charlton Heston) to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, the project becomes a battle of wills fueled by artistic and temperamental differences that form the core of this rich and moving drama. 139 min, $19.95

- "The Miracle of Marcelino" One of the most popular films ever produced for young people. It tells the heart-warming story of an orphan boy raised by Franciscan monks in a monastery. The boy, Marcelino, encounters Jesus in a sensitive and miraculous way. 80 min, $19.95

- "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" Set during WWII, this story is about a heroic marine (Robert Mitchum) and an Irish Nun (Deborah Kerr) stranded together on a Pacific Island. Hiding from the invading Japanese, their situation becomes even more complicated when the marine begins to fall in love. A unique blend of suspense and humor. 106 min., $19.95

- "The Fourth Wise Man" The Magi named Artaban (Martin Sheen)sees a sign in the heavens that he hopes will lead him to the Messiah, yet, he keeps missing Him. Along the way, Artaban uses the gifts intended for the Messiah to help those in dire need. Finally, without any gifts, he comes face to face with the Messiah. 72 min., $14.95

- "Come to the Stable" Two zealous nuns (Loretta Young and Celeste Holm) arrive in Connecticut with the dream of building a children's hospital. All they need is land and money. They already have the most essential ingredient - Faith. 95 min., $19.95

- "In the Company of Angels" - The timeless and universally appealing subject of angels is explored in this beautiful, in-depth and authoritative program. Learn profound Biblical truths about God's glorious creatures of light. 55 min., $19.95

- "Return to Glory" - Darkened and dmaged by 500 years of exposure to soot and grime, the magnificent frescos of the Vatican's Sistine Chapel are returned to glory in this fascinating documentary chronicling the 13-year restoration of Michaelangelo's greatrest artistic work. 50 min., $12.95

- "The Journey to America" - A video digest of Pope John Paul II's five day visit to the U.S. in 1995. Includes celebration of Mass before 300 people in New York City's Central Park. 90 min., $14.95

- "The Jeweler's Shop" - Based on Pope John Paul II's best-selling story of the struggles and triumphs of love in the marriage of three couples. A mysterious jeweler acts as a mystical advisor to these couples, encouraging them to make love the center of their lives. 90 min., $19.95

- "The Catechism of The Catholic Church"- Most Rev. Christoph Schonborn, Bishop of Vienna, editor of The Catechism of the Catholic Church, presents a six-part series on this monumental document and worldwide bestseller. Covers the history of the Catechism, then reviews the four pillars of the Catechism: the Creed, the Sacraments, the Commandments, and Prayer. 6 programs on 2 tapes - 200 min., $39.95

- "St. John in Exile" - The year is 96 A.D. Thousands of Christians throughout the Roman Empire have been persecuted and killed. John, the last disciple of Jesus, has just been exiled and despite desperate conditions, he refuses to lose hope. Dean Jones helps us to relive the moving events which changed the course of human history. 95 min., $24.95

- "Maximillian: Saint of Auschwitz" Acclaimed actor Leonardo Defilippis gives stunning performance about the heroic life and death of St. Maximillian Kolbe, the Martyr of Charity in Auschwitz. 79 min., $24.95

- "The Silent Witness" - Award winning documentary based on scientific investigations of the burial cloth thought to be that of Jesus Christ known as the Shroud of Turin. In it, noted medical examiners, theologians, physicists, and historians use modern science to trace the history of the cloth and reconstruct the events of Christ's passion. 55 min., $29.96

- "The Reluctant Saint: The Story of St. Joseph Cupertino" - Here is the inspired story of St. Joseph Cuperitino, the 'flying saint'. A series of miraculous events leads to Joseph's ordination, yet some are convinced that it is the devil, not God, that gives him his miraculous power. 106 min., $19.95

- "A Time for Miracles" - This is the inspiring story of America's first native born saint, Mother Seton. A convert to Catholicism, St. Elizabeth Seton (Kate Mulgrew) overcame the deaths of her husband and two children and went on to found the American Sisters of Charity and the first American Catholic schools. 100 min., $19.95

- "The Visual Bible" - An incredible achievement you must see to believe. The Visual Bible is the only dramatization to use the actual scriptures word for word. These videos are timeless, powerful and life changing. Staring James Brolin, Dean Jones and Jennifer O'Neill, among others. Matthew and Acts of the Apostles are the first of this incredible series to be completed. Each book is a four tape cinemagraphic experience. Matthew - 4 tapes $99.95; Acts of the Apostles - 4 tapes, $99.95

- "Our Father's Plan" - This 13 part TV series from EWTN TV features Dr. Scott Hahn and Jeff Cavins studying salvation history from Genesis to the Catholic Church using chronological narrative of the Bible. Some key themes discussed are expanding the plan of salvation from one family to one Church, the law of Moses, David's Kingdom, and the primacy of Peter. 3 tapes, 13 60-min. video programs, $59.95

- "The Seven Virtues" - In this 8 part TV series, Fr. Benedict Groeschel shares his insights on the crucial distinction between natural and supernatural virtues. These are qualities like wisdom, justice, temperance and courage which are transformed by the Holy Spirit to make life truly united with Christ. 2 tapes, 8 30-min., programs. $39.95

- "Hollywood vs. Catholicism" - This video will help you discern if what is presented in Hollywood about the Church is an impartial portrayal or a premeditated distortion. You may never watch movies the same way again. This is a must-see for parents, groups, parishses, etc. 72 min., $14.95

- "Meeting With Christ" - In this profound and insighful 13-part TV series, Fr. Benedict Groeschel explores the three ways we encounter the living Christ - the Sacraments, Scripture, and service to others. 2 tapes, 13 30-min programs, $49.95

- "If You Love Me...Show Me!" - A fresh and realistic approach challenges teens to see sexuality in its natural context of love and life, and sets them on the road to happiness in all their relationships. A great resource for teens, parents and educators - includes companion book. 37 min., $14.95

- "St. Augustine" - This Preeminent Father of the Church left over five million published words - ranging from history and philosophy to scriptural commentary and mystical writings. Fr. Benedict Groeschel narrates this 3-part series on the works of St. Augustine. 90 min., $19.95