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The stories in the Bible are timeless speaking powerfully and eloquently to every generation. The new film Noah, about the maverick and intrepid Israelite prophet who made an ark to escape the global flood, highlights how contemporary the message of the Bible truly is, writes Paul Vallely.

It is said that laughter is the best medicine. Faith Today looks at how Pope Francis is changing the perception of the Catholic Church through his own ‘joie de vivre’.

July 13 is Sea Sunday, when the Church asks us to pray for seafarers and support the work of Apostleship of the Sea, whose chaplains and ship visitors provide practical and pastoral help in ports around Britain.

June 22 is the feast of St Alban. Alban was England’s first English martyr. Faith Today asks, who was he, how did he die, and what can we learn from his life and witness?

If we want to know how to follow the teachings of Jesus, we couldn’t do much better than watching the behaviour of some of our dogs, says Hazel Sillver

Richard Rolle is one of our least known mystics, but in medieval times he was more widely read than Chaucer. Hazel Sillver looks at the devout hermit who has been dubbed the English St Francis.

He’s 103, but that doesn’t stop Archie Campbell Murdock overseeing the music at Mass at his parish church. Faith Today went to meet him.

Philomena Lee was a teenager when she became a ‘fallen woman’ in the eyes of 1950’s Ireland, and gave birth in a convent-run mother and baby home. She suffered enormously as a result; but the film made about her story shines a spotlight on her extraordinary capacity to forgive. Faith Today went to meet her.

This month sees the London opening of an opera that tells the story of a community of nuns who died during the French revolution. Joanna Moorhead travelled to Compiegne and Paris to learn more about how they lived, and why they died.

They were first performed in the middle ages, when public shows were the only way of putting out a mass message. But in the tech-savvy 21st century, passion plays are back. What’s it all about? Faith Today reports.

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