St. Leo the Great   5 Beech Avenue,  Glasgow G41 5BY   0141 427 0293      The Archdiocese of Glasgow. A Designated religious charity, No SCO18140          http://stleothegreat.org.uk          
Priest: Mgr Gerry Fitzpatrick   

3rd Sunday of Easter  2010   18th April  

Masses:  Vigil: 6pm; Sunday: 9.30 am, 11am; Confessions 5.30 Saturday evening or on request.
Tea in the hall after 9.30 and 11.00 Masses.   Weekdays: Morning Prayer and Mass at 10.00

Entry:  Be still for the presence of the Lord, the Holy One, is here; 

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

 Reading:  Acts of the Apostles 2:14. 22-28

Psalm 15 : You show your friends the path of life, give them the fulness of joy.

2nd reading: 1 Peter 1: 17-21

Gospel Acclamation: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia.  This day was made by the Lord.
 We rejoice and are glad.  Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia

 Gospel:  John 20: 19-31

 Intercessions:

3rd Sunday of Easter  2010

As we listen to the witness of the disciples and the early Christian community, may we be encouraged to deepen our understanding of the faith we have received.  PAUSE     Lord, hear us

 We pray that the Church, and all of us,  may learn how to present the good news of the Gospel more effectively.  PAUSE   Lord, hear us

 We pray for children preparing for First Communion and for parents and catechists who help them.    PAUSE           Lord, hear us

 We pray for all who are on their own confused road to Emmaus and who need to meet the Lord in whatever way he presents himself. PAUSE                 Lord, hear us

 We pray for peace and reconciliation for people in the Holy Land,  the Middle East and throughout the world. PAUSE                Lord, hear us

 For all who are ill:  we pray for   Margaret McCafferty, Sadie Coll, Margaret Lanigan, Kenneth Fee, Cathy and Leo Gilbert, Linda Giulianotti, Kathleen Mallon, Joe McGhee, Margaret Padden, Liam Brogan, Fr Joseph Chambers, Cathy Bruce, Jane Henderson, Mary McKenna,  Anne & Bernard McNiffe,  Mary O’Hare,  Anne McMahon,  Mark Callaghan, Stella Panayotti, and Fr Harry McKay.   Lord, hear us

We remember those who have died including Bruce Byrne, Tommy Grubb,  Jim Duffy, Fr Laurence McMahon, James McGee, Mary Molloy, George Sullivan, Mary Murphy,  Fr Pat Carroll. We pray for those whose anniversaries fall about now. We also remember and pray for those who have been injured or killed while serving in the armed forces.                      ( PAUSE)     Lord, hear us       

Preparation  of Gifts: Canticle from the Letter to the Ephesians

We bless the God and Father of Jesus for he has blessed us freely in Christ.
He chose to lavish spiritual blessings from highest heaven. All this through Christ.

Long before founding all of creation, God made his plan and chose us in Christ,
that we be holy, blameless and loving, children adopted. All this through Christ.

God’s will is always that we might love him, source of all graces, witnessed in Christ;
love manifested, gift of redemption, pardon for sinners.  All this through Christ.

 
Jubilee Sanctus and  Memorial:   When we eat this bread . . .

Dunkeld  Lamb of God . . . . .

The Invitation:  Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world: blessed are those called to the Banquet of the Lamb.

Processional hymn: A new commandment I give unto you: that you love one another
as I have loved you, that you love one another, as I have loved you.
By this shall all men know that you are my disciples –if you have love one for another.
By this shall all men know that you are my disciples – if you have love one for another.

A new commandment I give unto you: that you love one another
As I have loved you, that you love one another, as I have loved you.

Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. 
Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini.

Copyright:  Be still for the presence: David Evans(c) Kingsway’s Thankyou Music  Psalm 15: words taken from The Psalms: A new translation © The Grail and music  © Kevin Mayhew. Canticle from the Letter to the Ephesians: words © Stephen E Smyth.  Hymns reproduced with licence: Calamus Lic  0262 & CCL  lic 74396    

 Parish offerings: 4th April  2010: 1st offering: £257.00  Gift aided 1st Offering: £277.00 2nd offering £149.00  Quarterly Gift Aided £20.00     Thanks very much, everyone.  

First Communion: parents and catechists please meet after 11.00 Mass today  to confirm dates and times for the Sacrament and for our own meetings.

Sherbrooke St Gilbert’s Festival: see notice board  – isn’t it a great opportunity  to be able to enjoy these events locally.

 Starter Packs Collection:  Many thanks to those who donated to our first collection.  There was an added bit of excitement to this as the collection was being filmed for Channel 4. 
It turned out to be a part of the “Secret Millionaire” series and Starter Packs have been given a donation towards their work.  See it on TV in September! 
Meanwhile, they are still looking for items for their clients.  They supplied over 100 new tenants in March alone!  Bedding, curtains, crockery etc.  plus little extras like photo frames and toiletries.  Keep an eye open for the two-for-one offers and stock the extra one for our next collection – 20-22 June.

Traidcraft Stall

 Our last stall sold just under £60 worth of goods – thanks again for your support.  The next stall is this weekend –  17/18 April –  and we still have some mini-eggs for sale – Easter is extended!

World Youth Day in Madrid  2011: young people aged 18 – 35 on 5th August 2011 are invited to participate.   
Candidates to represent the parish at this event  will be subsidized by the Nicola Clare Fund.  Names in by the end of April, please

Thanks very much to the small team which prepared the parish garden for the Easter Egg hunt on Easter Sunday morning. 
Some of them can be seen here with smiles of satisfaction at a good job well done.

 

Sunday morning teas have been very  important in giving  parishioners the opportunity to get to know each other.  
Tea / coffee is available in the parish hall after the 9.30 and the 11.00 Mass each Sunday morning.

 Tea etc after 11.00 Mass

Thanks very much to the parish choir and the weekday Mass attenders for their support for the family of Bruce Byrne whose funeral Mass took place this Saturday 17thApril  

The parish website has been given a face-lift and upgrading – we hope to be able to sustain it with the weekly bulletin and other notes of interest re the life of the community. stleoth