Sacraments: DVD Course

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A four session DVD course exploring:

  • Why Sacraments?
  • Baptism
  • Confirmation
  • The Eucharist
Each session includes a short film featuring lay people living out the sacrament in their daily lives, plus in depth explanations from experts on the theology of the sacrament with examples of practical application. Ideal for those exploring the Church and for Mass-goers seeking to refresh their faith. It is also suitable for use in schools and with confirmation groups (of all ages) and their parents.

Course pack includes four DVDs, a Leader's Guide (pamphlet) and A5 Promotional Handouts (pack of 100).

Filmed on location in Rome and around the UK.

Ideal for parish courses, RCIA, prayer groups and schools.

Please note that the UK DVD players use PAL format, whereas North America uses NTSC. Both PAL and NTSC work with PCs.


  • Faith Formation

    Strength to Strength - the practical benefits of daily prayer
    Saints - helping us today
    Believe - Reflections on the Creed
    Knowing God Better
    Knowing God even Better
    Life to the Full - bringing the Bible alive
    Year of Faith
  • Sacraments

    The Sacraments - transforming everyday life
    Baptism - helping your child get the most from life
    First Holy Communion and Reconciliation
    Parents - you, your children and their Catholic Faith
    This is My Body - experiencing the power of the Mass
    Come to Me: The Gift of Reconciliation
  • Youth

    Plugged In - Youth CaFE
    Amazing Gift: An Instructional Mass
    Deeper: Why Jesus?
  • General Resources

    the Joy of the Gospel
    Exploring the Catholic Church
    Walking in the Spirit - Discipleship for Catholics
    Pass It On!
    Catholics Making a Difference
    Catholics Listening to God
    Drink from the Wells of the Church
    Life in Christ
    This Promise is for You
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    Dare to Believe Book
    Head to Heart
    Saints in Rome
    God speaks through the Church
    Alive Book
    Changed - God transforming lives today
    GoodNews Magazine