Dear Parishioners,

Mass from St Leo’s takes place on Sunday and daily at 10.30 a.m.
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Mass tomorrow at 10.30 – Saturday 6th June – will be offered for Denis McKay who died suddenly – we thank God for the goodness in his life and the blessings he enjoyed, and we ask forgiveness for his sins and failings.  Our sympathies go to his wife, children, relatives and friends.  May he rest in peace.

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Intercessions to follow:

 

schedule for radioalba.org for  the week of 7th June

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the Morning Hour at 7.00 is repeated hourly until 12.00

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.   Tuesday’s Morning Prayer is that for the Feast of St Columba.

7.15   Morning Prayer for the young comes from Glasgow Primary schools with extra music by Catriona Glen..

7.20:  Canon Bob Hill reflects on the passage from John’s Gospel  chapter 6 for next Sunday’s feast of Corpus Christi.

and we hear short introductions to the readings for the daily liturgy next week from the Liturgical Calendar.

A Tchaikovsky anthem for the Trinity: To thee we Call with the St Mungo Singers; and ‘A Trinity of Love’ by Catherine Walker

7.30:  In the Magazine, Gerry Fitzpatrick reads Seeing is Believing by the Rev Dr Derek Brown in Life and Work:   Joan Walsh reads Chris McDonnell’s ‘Writing Straight with crooked Lines’ from the Catholic Times;  Jean Swinbank reads notes from the church in the USA about the death of George Floyd; Gerry Fitzpatrick finishes with ‘The Challenge Ahead’ by the Rev Dr Alistair Donald again from Life and Work.

Lunchtime Hour

12.00: Sunday: The Mass for the Feast of the Holy Trinity is celebrated by Canon Michael Hutson of St Andrew’s, Rothesay, with a Psalm from the Book of Daniel, cantor Noel Donnelly,  and music from the files of the St Mungo Singers.

12.00: Monday – Saturday: The Mass in Time of Pandemic is celebrated by Fr Joseph Boyle of Our Lady and St George’s, Penilee with readers Joan Walsh and Gerry Fitzpatrick,  Psalm 29 by cantor Grace Buckley and music from the files of the St Mungo Singers

12.30:  “Chatterbox”, presented by Elizabeth Adam – a place for Christians to share news and views.

1.00:     Believers Hymnal

1.30:     Psalms

2.00: from the archive

18.00:   Monday – Saturday:  The Mass in Time of Pandemic is celebrated by Fr Joseph Boyle of Our Lady and St George’s, Penilee with readers Joan Walsh and Gerry Fitzpatrick,  Psalm 29 by cantor Grace Buckley and music from the files of the St Mungo Singers

18.30:   “Chatterbox”, presented by Elizabeth Adam – a place for Christians to share news and views.
19.00:    Believers Hymnal
19.30:     Psalms

The evening hour at 20.00 is reported at 21.00 and 22.00

20.00:  The Evening Prayers  with music by the St Mungo Singers, with harpist Noel Donnelly, and organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett.

20:20:  In the Magazine, Gerry Fitzpatrick reads Seeing is Believing by the Rev Dr Derek Brown in Life and Work:   Joan Walsh reads Chris McDonnell’s ‘Writing Straight with crooked Lines’ from the Catholic Times;  Jean Swinbank reads notes from the church in the USA about the death of George Floyd; Gerry Fitzpatrick finishes with ‘The Challenge Ahead’ by the Rev Dr Alistair Donald again from Life and Work.
20.50:  Night Prayers / Compline