St. Leo the Great 5 Beech Avenue, Glasgow G41 5BY 0141 427 0293 The Archdiocese of Glasgow. A Designated religious charity, No SCO18140 http://stleothegreat.org.uk Priest: Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick email@example.com Church open daily 10.00. Open Saturday 6.00 and Sunday 10.30 for private prayer. No Mass or service. See calendar for March on page 7 – but now modified. The Bulletin can be picked up at the church or behind the storm doors at the Parish House.
Current Schedule: No services, and the4 church building is closed, but the parish is alive
The church will no longer be open for a while daily at the usual times when we normally have Mass. I have put services, prayers and Stations of the Cross onto the parish website, a recording of the Sunday Mass on radioalba every hour from 7.30 a.m. , and I will try to learn how to stream services this week. Our Thursday morning ecumenical Morning Prayer for Lent has to be discontinued for the moment, and Sherbrooke Mosspark Church, like St Leo’s, will no longer be open for private prayer at 10.00 on Thursday.
Please get in touch if I can be of help. The SVDP members – and other members of the parish – have offered to help if you are not able to go shopping or whatever – and see page 6 in the bulletin about the support on offer from the Dumbreck Neighbourhood Watch.
The parish Fabric and Finance Committee and I are grateful for the generous support of the parishioners. St Leo’s is a small community but we pay our way.
In this time when there are no services we still need to keep things going so please do what you can to continue your support.
The SCIAF collection this Sunday will be badly affected, so do what you can – either send it directly to SCIAF at 7 West Nile St.Glasgow G1 2PR
or hand it in to the church during the normal mass times (though there will be no Mass) or at the house. Similarly with the normal collections.
We will all do what we can and will get through it all.
An 80th Birthday Thank you:
Fr Gerry writes: thank you all for your good wishes, gifts and expressions of affection for me as I celebrate my 80th birthday. I am very happy to be here in St Leo’s and glad to be able to offer whatever I can in serving our community. Thank you for the generosity with which so many are able to take part in parish life, and your support of each other, and at a personal level for your appreciation of what I try to do, for your great kindnesses, and for your patience with my inadequacies.
The Bulletin: Bulletin 22nd March Lent 4
RADIOALBA.ORG schedule for week of the 22nd March
the Morning Hour at 7.00 is repeated hourly until 12.00
7.00: Daily Morning Prayers for Lent
7.15: Morning prayer for the young with Ps 115 sung by pupils of St Mungo’s Academy and extra music by Catriona Glen.
7.20: Canon Bob Hill speaks about John’s account of the raising of Lazarus in John 11: 1-45 and then we hear short introductions to the daily readings, from the Liturgical Calendar
7.25: St Roch is patron saint of plague sufferers and we ask for his prayers 7.27: Tom Pollock reflects on the dilemma facing us.
7.30: in our magazine this week we have the Mass of Sunday 22nd March, the 4th Sunday of Lent, led by our Dean, Canon David Wallace.
12.00: ‘How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
12.15: music program 12.30: Stations of the Cross from SCIAF
18.00: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
18.15: music program
18.30: Stations of the Cross from SCIAF
The evening hour at 20.00 is reported at 21.00 and 22.00
20.00: Evening Prayers or Vespers for Lent
20:20: in our magazine this week we have the Mass of Sunday 22nd March, the 4th Sunday of Lent, led by our Dean, Canon David Wallace.
20:50: daily Night Prayers