Saturday Vigil Mass 10th October
Sunday Mass 18th October 2020
This weekday we celebrate Mission Sunday – special collection
Entry: From the rising of the sun to its setting great is the name of the Lord,
high above the heavens is his glory.
Glory to the Father, glory to the Son,
glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever. Amen.
Brothers and sisters, we are here together to give God God’s place in our lives and in our world;
to ask for healing and forgiveness
to hear the word of God and to pray for the world;
to give thanks in the Eucharist
and to renew our communion with God and each other.
Let’s call to mind our sins
|First reading||Isaiah 45:1,4-6|
Thus says the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus, whom he has taken by his right hand
to subdue nations before him and strip the loins of kings,
to force gateways before him that their gates be closed no more:
‘It is for the sake of my servant Jacob, of Israel my chosen one,
that I have called you by your name, conferring a title though you do not know me.
I am the Lord, unrivalled; there is no other God besides me.
Though you do not know me, I arm you that men may know from the rising to the setting of the sun
that, apart from me, all is nothing.’
Go into the world, alleluia, and teach all nations, alleluia.
Give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar
The Pharisees went away to work out between them how to trap Jesus in what he said. And they sent their disciples to him, together with the Herodians, to say, ‘Master, we know that you are an honest man and teach the way of God in an honest way, and that you are not afraid of anyone, because a man’s rank means nothing to you. Tell us your opinion, then. Is it permissible to pay taxes to Caesar or not?’ But Jesus was aware of their malice and replied, ‘You hypocrites! Why do you set this trap for me? Let me see the money you pay the tax with.’ They handed him a denarius, and he said, ‘Whose head is this? Whose name?’ ‘Caesar’s’ they replied. He then said to them, ‘Very well, give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and to God what belongs to God.’
That we, and all people of faith, may recognise and respect the authority of the state, and that the state will likewise respect the conscience and belief of us all.
We pray for those responsible for drafting legislation for the common good.
Lord, hear us
On World Mission Sunday we pray that the church may be effective in sharing the Gospel, in promoting peace, feeding the hungry, and supporting the needs of the most vulnerable and most needy.
Lord, hear us
For peace in the Holy Land, the Yemen, Armenia and Azerbaijan, the Middle East and Afghanistan, and everywhere where people’s lives are spoiled or taken from them by violence or neglect. Lord, hear us
In this time of the Pandemic, we pray for healing for people everywhere who are ill, anxious, or housebound within our families and community, including Teresa Kidd, Margaret McLean, Andrine Mansi, Fred Newman, Mary Clunie, Sean Fitzgerald, John Scullion, Ishbel MacMillan, Bessie Malane, Bill Harrison, Jack Rae, Catherine Mulrine, Yvonne Watt, Rae McVey, John Gibson, Eleanor Reid, for those being treated in the local Hospice, and for all who support them. We pray also for those who serve the country in the emergency services.
Lord, hear us
We pray for our dead and for those who mourn – including Agnes Burns, Margaret Ann Gallacher, Tom MacAweaney, Alkis Constantouris, and Inna Mohammad.
And for those who anniversary falls at this time: Archie McKay, Annie Harris, Leo Gilbert, Mike Daly, Annie Gara, Nicola Clare, Kathleen McCann, Bridie McCallion. Lord, hear us
for week beginning 18th October
radioalba.org schedule for week beginning 18th October
Radio Alba majors on Morning, School, Evening and Night Prayer, and now has recorded Masses on Sunday, and Prayer from Glasgow Churches Together during the week. It introduces the Sunday and daily readings and, through our half-hour Magazine, draws attention to the good works that the Church and the churches are doing
|Daily Times||Tune in to||Duration (minutes)|
Morning Prayer with Kirstie
Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to the Great Commandment
Margaret Chapman with Notes for the daily readings
prayer for Peace with Noel Donnelly and Catherine Walker with music by the St Mungo Singers
|12:00 18:00||Lunchtime / Teatime slot – 2 hours
Sunday Mass 12.00 / 18.00
12.20 and 6.20: Praying for Families
12.30 / 18.30 Chatterbox
1.00 / 19.00: Entry Songs for Mass
1.30 / 19.30: Pluscarden Plainsong
1.45 / 19.45: Taize – Unity and Peace music
This week’s Specials will include:
|Times||Tune in to||Duration (minutes)|
|18th October: the radioalba.org Mass of the 29th Sunday of the year comes from St Leo’s, Dumbreck and is led by Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick, with reader Jean Swinbank and music by the St Mungo Singers||30|
|Monday to Saturday
|Glasgow Churches Together presents the annual service for people affected by Cancer: Pause for Hope with music by the St Mungo Singers.
Then at 12.20 we pray for Families..12.30: Chatterbox provides half an hour of news and views from around the churches. 1.00 and 19.00 four short programs on Entry Songs for Mass, Gospel acclamations, Pluscarden Plainsong, and Music from Taize.
|Sunday to Saturday
|Our Magazine begins with John Murphy giving a substantial resume of the recent Letter by Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti; Marie McNeill noting the Caution expressed by Bishop Joseph Toal over legislation being prepared in the Scottish Parliament; and Gerry Fitzpatrick reading the Poverty Week statement by Scotland’s Faith Leaders. We conclude with the prayer to the Creator from Fratelli Tutti