Bull Advent 4 014

Parish Nativity Play this Sunday after 11.00 Mass
with pies and mulled wine.                                                           maryandchildboat-jpeg

Masses at Christmas:
The vigil (known as ‘Midnight’) is at 8.30 p.m.
Then on Christmas Day Mass is at 9.30 and 11.00.

Mass on Holy Family Sunday – 28th December: Vigil at 6.00 p.m. Saturday, and at 9.30 and 11.00 on Sunday morning.

Hogmanay:  morning Mass at 10.00.  Mass for Peace at 6.00 p.m.
Ecumenical Service in Glasgow Cathedral at 11.00 p.m.
New Year’s Day: The Feast of Mary, Mother of God: 11.00 a.m.

There are special Morning Prayers on radioalba.org christian on all these feasts from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

 

Intercessions

For the Church: that we may show the courage of John the Baptist and the generosity of Mary.       LORD, HEAR US

For the people of Pakistan, and for all the countries where peoples family life is assailed by violence and war.   For peace everywhere.
LORD, HEAR US

That people everywhere may see past the glamour of Christmas to the call of Christ to show love and seek for justice.
LORD, HEAR US

For Lynsey and Michael who marry in St Leo’s after Christmas.
LORD, HEAR US

 

For the sick and housebound in the community—for those affected by Ebola— and for Brian Gallen, Bethany Berry, Mary Kerr, Juliet Robb, Kathleen O’Sullivan, Marie Rogers, John Dalgleish, Frances Noonan,  Frank McAvoy, Mary Margaret Cosgrove, Mary McKenna, Liam Brogan, Fr Noel Barry, Patricia and Margaret McCafferty, Moira Montgomery, Joe and Catherine Gallagher, Patrick and Irene Docherty, Margaret Gilmore, and Frances Noonan.      LORD, HEAR US

For those who have died recently including Nancy Corrigan, John Barrett, Marie McKenzie, Carla Burns, Mark Cloherty, Bill Porter,  for the schoolchildren of Pakistan so cruelly massacred,
and for those whose anniversaries fall about now including May McLean,
Elizabeth Mulligan, John McVey, Jim Philips, Adrian Rogers, Mary McKenna of East Kilbride, and Paddy Glasgow
We remember the men and women injured or killed serving in the armed forces during the 1st World War and since then.     LORD, HEAR US