Bulletin and Mass 11th April
|First reading||Acts 4:32-3|
The whole group of believers was united, heart and soul
|Responsorial Psalm 2 Ps 117 choir ed|
|Second reading||1 John 5:1-|
Whoever believes that Jesus is the Christ has already overcome the world
Eight days later, Jesus came again and stood among them
Intercessions 2nd Sunday of Easter 11th April
Let’s pray that the church in our time will regain the enthusiasm and joy of the early christians:
in generosity to each other;
in prayer for each other and for the common good,
in attention to the faith we have received, and in sharing the Eucharist
Lord hear us.
Let’s pray for good relations between the nations –
for peace in the the Holy Land, the Middle East and Africa; and for refugees and asylum seekers.
Lord hear us.
Let’s pray for all who are ill or are suffering in any way – whether from the coronavirus, or any other sickness or anxiety. Joseph Hay, Mary Birchfield, Catherine Howie, Joy Black, Tony and Margaret Dougan, Patsy Nichol, Sr Bridie Dowd, Sr Anne, Ellen Hamilton, Jimmy Kennedy, Kathleen Mallon, Molly McGavigan, Teresa Kidd, Margaret McLean, Andrine Mansi, Mary Clunie, Sean Fitzgerald, Ishbel MacMillan, Jack Rae, Anne Judge, Catherine Mulrine, Yvonne Watt, Rae McVey, John Gibson, Eleanor Reid, Heather Francke. Let’s also pray for babies born this week and their mothers, including Ezra Liddel. Lord hear us.
For those who have died recently including Sean Kelly, Sr Christine Reilly, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, Marie Baird, Elizabeth Briggs, Sr Matthew, Jack Clunie, Hector McLean, Elizabeth O’Callaghan, and Austin Horne, and for all whose anniversary falls at this time including Mary and Ellen Bradley.
Dear Colleagues and Friends
Glasgow Churches Together is wishing you the Peace and Joy of the Easter Season, we sincerely hope that you were able to celebrate in some small way under the currenr restrictions.
Please find attached the Radio Alba Schedule for this week and please consider contributing as we are always looking for new material.
This week you will hear from the Rev William Wilson, Moderator of Glasgow Presbytery as he leads us in prayer.
Mass for Low Sunday comes from Mgr James MacNeil, of Oban Cathedral with music by the St Mungo Singers. Glasgow Churches Together leads a prayer service for Displaced people and we also have Chatterbox with Liz Adam providing 30 minutes of interactive news and views from the churches, amongst other items.
Happy listening folks, please share with your contacts, parishes and friends.
Have a good Week.