St. Leo the Great   5 Beech Avenue,  Glasgow G41 5BY   0141 427 0293 The Archdiocese of Glasgow. A Designated religious charity, No SCO18140  Priest: Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick   Vigil Mass on Saturdays at 6.00 p.m.; Sunday Mass at 10.30 followed by tea etc in the hall. Weekday Mass 10.00 preceded by Morning Prayer

The 32nd Sunday of the Year.  Remembrance Sunday.  The Feast of St Leo the Great (400 – 462)

Bulletin 10th November2019


For the Church: that the Church may continually strive to be united in faith, hope and love, and to renew the faith of the people of God in the resurrection of the dead.    Lord, hear us

For St Leo’s Parish as we honour our patron Saint, St Leo the Great
Lord, hear us

For Peace everywhere:
For the well-being of the country:
Lord, hear us

for the sick: Bridie Boyle, the patients at the local Hospice and among our families and friends.

Lord, hear us

for the dead of our family and our community, for all those who were dear to us in life, for those who have died in the past year:

Betty McKinney , May Scott, Landa Houghton, Irene Brannan, Moira Montgomery
Cathy Gilbert, Frank Kierney, Catherine Barrett, Bridie McCallion and Alec Lowry
May God  may be their unending joy.
Lord, hear us

On Remembrance Sunday, in solidarity with all who mourn we pray for all who have died in war.

Lord, hear us

For those who have died recently including Michael Rigetti, John Feeley, Tony Folan, Douglas Campbell, Will Gorman, Denise Bradley,whose anniversaries fall at this time including Cecilia Harrison, Hugh Bradley, Nicola Clare and Kathleen McCann.
Lord, hear us

The schedule for the week of 10th  November is an ecumenical, internet-based radio which promotes prayer and news of good things happening in the churches and among people of faith.  It is sponsored by Glasgow Churches Together, by ACTS, and by the music Committee of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

People can  download the Apple app at

Here is the link to the android appURL

From 7.00 a.m. provides prayer (Morning, school (Our Lady of the Rosary Primary, Cardonald), Evening and Night Prayers),  bible commentaries and news both in the morning and the evening.

Special items this week can be found daily  at 7.20 (and hourly till noon) as Canon Bob Hill reflects on the prophecies by Jesus in next week’s Gospel passage from Luke 21 and we can hear a short introduction to the daily readings from the Lectionary. Then  at 7.24 (and hourly) ‘Today’s Devotion’ written by Rev Dr David Pickering, URC is read by James Wately  At 7.30: (and hourly) In our Magazine Denis McBride continues with Mark’s Gospel and the ‘tradition’ – the ‘handing on’- the Gospel is always only a generation away from extinction because it has to be handed on – and it was always thus; and Michael Martin reads  from  Pope Francis on the Caring for Refugees from the Scottish Catholic Observer.