Bulletin 7th Sunday February 24th

Intercessions:

For the Church: that we may be instruments of God’s mercy and kindness by sharing what we have received with others.  Lord, hear us

For all bishops and religious leaders:
that God will give the meeting of Bishops in Rome
the wisdom and courage to address the issues of abuse and complacency in the church.  Lord, hear us

For all the churches: that the efforts we make to support the World Day of Prayer may help us all to realise that Christian Unity matters – that we are not fully ourselves unless we are united.   Lord, hear us

For our country and the European Union –  that fair and practical solutions may be found for the problems that face us.     Lord, hear us.

We pray for the sick: for those who care for them, including  Sandra Barlow, Andrew McLean, Heather Franke, Margaret Browne, Mary Bradley, Patricia Loose,  Jerry Connor, John Dunne, Frank Kierney, Anne Judge, Moira Montgomery, Margaret Bowen,   Joan Burns, Yvonne Watt, Anne Troy, and Catherine Gilbert. 

We pray for those whose lives are at risk as they serve the country in the armed forces.       Lord, hear us

We pray for our dead – including Irene Bannan,  Dorothy Laidlaw, Peter Gallanagh, Frances Divers, Bridie Gallagher, Elizabeth McCaig, Betty McKinney, and May Scott.   Lord, hear us

For those whose anniversary falls about now, including: Joe McAulay, Margaret Lanigan, Isabella Green, Nancy and Kevin Barrett, Gerald Barry, Norah Ritchie,  
Lord, hear us

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

radioalba.org christian schedule for week of 24th February 2019

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radioalba.org christian 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.

the morning hour at 7.00 o’clock is repeated every 60 minutes until 12 noon.

7.00 : Daily Morning Prayer is led each day in turn by Gerry Fitzpatrick, Hugh Kelly, Stephen Smyth and Joe Docherty, with music by the St Mungo Singers, cantors Grace Buckley,  Helen Healy and Noel Donnelly, with organist Jane McKenna, and harpist Noel Donnelly.

7.15:   Morning Prayer for school this week comes from children of Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School, Glasgow with music by Magdalen MacInnes.

7.20:   Canon Bob Hill reflects on next week’s passage from St Luke’s Sermon on the plain in Luke 6: 39-45; the Rev Liz Adam of the Methodist Church leads us in praying for Peace. And we hear introductions to this week’s daily Mass readings taken from the Liturgical Calendar for Scotland.

 

7.30:  “In our magazine Jean Swinbank gives us an article from Light of the North by Clare Benedict – from Catechised to Catechist; Marian Pallister of the Justice and Peace Commission reflects on the plus and minus of ‘technology”,  and Gerry Fitzpatrick reads a legend from the Comboni Mission

 

12.00: News from the Scottish Catholic Observer:

12.15: ‘How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
12.35: archive music
18.00:  News from the Scottish Catholic Observer:

18.15: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved

18.35: archive music

The evening hour at 20.00 is reported at 21.00 and 22.00

 

20.00: Evening Prayer is led on successive evenings by Joe Doherty, Donald MacInnes,  David Smith, and Annette Carachi. with music by the St Mungo Singers, cantor Grace Buckley, organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett, and harpist Noel Donnelly.

20.20:   “In our magazine Jean Swinbank gives us an article from Light of the North by Clare Benedict – from Catechised to Catechist; Marian Pallister of the Justice and Peace Commission reflects on the plus and minus of ‘technology”, and Gerry Fitzpatrick reads a timely legend from the Comboni Mission

20.50:   Daily Night Prayers  this week are led by  Teresa Costello,  Frances Dunlop, Catherine Gilbert,  Catrine Kerr, Steven Muir, Christine Coyle, and Claudia Mellis