Entry Song:
In the morning let me know your love,
make me know the way I should walk.
Glory to the Father glory to the son,
glory to the Holy Spirit now and forever. Amen

Dunkeld Kyrie

St Andrew:   Glory to God in the highest, peace to his people, peace on earth.

Reading I: Joshua 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b Psalm 33

Taste and see  that the Lord is good, taste and see.
I will bless the Lord at all times.  His praise always on my lips, In the Lord my heart will make its boast.  The humble shall see and be glad, the humble shall hear.
Taste and see  that the Lord is good, taste and see.

Glorify the Lord with me, together let’s praise his name; I sought the Lord, he answered me, from all my terrors he set me free; he set me free.
Taste and see that the Lord is good, taste and see.

The angel of the Lord is encamped round those who revere him to rescue them.  Taste and see that the Lord is good.  Happy is he who takes refuge in him.  Happy is he.
Taste and see that the Lord is good, taste and see

2nd Reading : Ephesians  5:21-32 or 5:2a, 25-32

To welcome the Gospel: Alleluia, alleluia.  Speak, O Lord, your servant is listening, alleluia.  Alleluia, alleluia.

Gospel: John 6:60-69

The Preparation  of Gifts:

God, our Creator, hear us  sing in praise,
God, always tender. God who knows our ways.
God, always present, God who really cares.
We offer thanks for all the love you share.
We sing in praise for the great gifts you give:
all of creation, ev’rything that lives,
glories of nature, our own time on earth, s
ending your Son among us proves our worth.
Loud is our praise as we sing of you,
one with people of faith, ancient and new.
Bless us afresh with your grace, we pray.
Help us witness your love today.

God, our Creator, hear us  sing in praise,
God always tender. God who knows our ways.
God always present, God who really cares.
We offer thanks for all the love you share.

Kelvinhall Sanctus & Memorial and Lamb of God

The  Communion Antiphon: I come that you may have life, life to the full, says the Lord. I come that you may have life, life to the full, says the Lord.

Processional Communion Song:
Christ be near at either hand.
Christ behind, before me stand.
Christ with me where’er I go.
Christ around, above, below.

Christ be in my heart and mind.
Christ within my soul enshrined,
Christ control my wayward heart.
Christ abide and ne’er depart.

Christ my life and only way.
Christ my lantern night and day.
Christ be my unchanging friend.
Guide and shepherd to the end.
Copyrights: Ps 33: words © The Grail, England;  music © Kevin Mayhew.   God our Creator: words © Stephen E Smyth.  Words of  ‘Christ be near’ © Canon Fenessy;  music © Noel S Donnelly.   Words reproduced under Calamus Licence  0262 and CCL  licence  74396.

NEWS

The date of the next meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council is 27 August at 7.30 pm  in the church house.

The Traidcraft stall is open at all masses this weekend.

St Leo’s Book Club begins at 7.30 on September 3rd at Robert and Catherine’s Currie’s, at 19 Larch Road.

Last week’s offering for the parish was: 1st Offering £292.00;  Gift Aided 1st offering £285.00  2nd offering £178.00.  Thanks very much.

Parish BBQ, Tombola and annual Tug-o-war will take place on the 13th September after 11.00 Mass.  If you have anything to offer for the Tombola or for a raffle the social committee will be very glad to accept it.  There is a large basket at the back of the church – in the porch.

St Leo’s choir begins on Monday 1st September  from 7-00 to 8.00 in the parish house.  The choir will gladly welcome new members.    They are planning to extend their repertoire this session.

The St Mungo Singers meet for rehearsal in St Leo’s Church on Sunday evenings from 7.00 to 8.00

The Children’s Liturgy begins this Sunday during the 11.00 Mass.  We are all very grateful to the parents and catechists who staff it.

Yoga group on Monday evening 7.00 – 8.00.  Morning Yoga groups meet in the hall on Tuesday and Thursdays at 9.30

Archdiocesan Youth Pastoral Team:   The Archdiocesan Youth Pastoral Team is based in Our Lady of Consolation Church in Govanhill, but works all around the diocese providing support to parish youth groups and retreats for secondary schools, as well as a variety of national and international youth programmes. For more information see www.rcagyouth.org.uk or call 0141 433 9521.

Support for Childline – see the notice in the porch.

New readers and Eucharistic Ministers lists available in porch.

Conscience and Co-operation: Recent controversies in Health Care. Rev Dan Fitzpatrick:  Tuesday 1st September 7.00, Glasgow University Chaplaincy, 15 Southpark terrace, G12 8LG  All welcome.  More info at rcchaplaincy@gla.ac.uk or phone 0141 339 4315

University of Glasgow Department of Adult and Continuing Education GC 011A     Introduction to the Christian Catacombs of Rome

Tutor: John H. Parker BSc BD MA CAES – a member of the Marist Brothers

When: Eight Wednesdays beginning 7th October, 2009
Where: Pollokshields Burgh Hall  Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

Fees:  £60.50 payable to the University of Glasgow Contact: Department of Adult and Continuing Education University of Glasgow 11 Eldon Street Glasgow G3 6NH
Tel: 0141 330 1835 (General Enquiries)  Tel: 0141 330 1829 (Dept  Brochure) Fax: 0141 330 1821   email: dace-query@educ.gla.ac.uk

St Leo’s Walkers met for their planning meeting on Friday.  The 1st of this year’s walks will be on September 12th and will walk at the Falkirk Wheel.  All welcome