From the epitome of pain and agony to the world's most amazing act of love, The Passion, performed by the Catholic group "Radix", takes you on an emotional journey through the most pivotal moment in history.

It is a gripping story that demonstrates not only the depth and power of God's love, but His ability to transform a symbol of death-the cross-into a symbol of everlasting life. In this film we witness one of the most dramatic presentations on the Passion of Jesus Christ ever seen.

60 minutes    R245.00



Takes viewers on a devotional journey from the remembrance of Ash Wednesday to the celebration of Resurrection Sunday. Each day contains a brief devotion (2-3 minutes) that reflects on a treasured song, poem, tradition, Scripture, character of the Passion story, or work of art that enhances the meaning of the season.

A sample of the daily devotional topics: songs including Were You There? and Christ the Lord is Risen Today; poems including Ash Wednesday by Christina Rossetti and O Sacred Head, Now Wounded by Bernard of Clairveaux; traditions and symbols such as lilies, butterflies, the changing date of Easter, new clothing, and Easter parades; works of art including Albrecht Durer's Praying Hands and Rembrandt's Descent from the Cross; and Biblical people and places including Judas Iscariot, Pontius Pilate, Barabbas, Gethsemane, and Golgotha.

130 minutes    R145.00

StPeterST. PETER: Icon for Lent

Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, of the Diocese of Milwaukee, will set your love of God aflame in this Lenten meditation series. He presents Peter - sinner, saint and first Vicar of Christ - as a model we can relate to in our failures and emulate in our struggles to live for the King of kings.

Shot on location at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington.

2 CDs     3 hours     R235.00





Exploring the differences

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The Media Canticle

May you be praised, Lord God for the printed word, bread for our minds, light for our lives.

We give thanks for the talents and dedication of all who serve the truth in love and for all whose technical skills make possible the production of books, newspapers, magazines and reviews.

We celebrate, Lord, 
the marvel of television which brings into the heart of our homes the joys and the pain of all human living. Music, drama and laughter are shared in ways undreamed of in the past.

May you be praised, Lord God for the radio which soars on the wings of the wind and provides for each nation an immadiate channel of News, views and entertainment.

We celebrate, Lord,
the writers, artists, directors and all those whose gifts light up both theatre and cinema and provide audiences with heightened awareness of their human condition.

We celebrate the wonder of digital communications manifesting a new iconography that can link people around the globe in solidarity of faith, hope and love.

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