Bulletin St Mungo 2018

This Sunday the Archdiocese celebrates the Feast of St Mungo.
The Feast has been marked more widely by the St Mungo Festival – the Festival service takes place tomorrow

St Mungo Festival Service: Glasgow Cathedral at 4.00 for 4.30 Sunday 14th January – with drama from AGAP and St Denis’ Primary School, with music led by the Rutherglen Salvation Army Band, the St Mungo Singers and Cappella Russkaya. The Lord Provost Cllr Eva Bolander will be represented, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia,, Moderator Ian Galloway, representatives of Glasgow Institutions and Universities – including the Faculty of Procurators marking their 350th anniversary will be there,  and all are very welcome. The City Council will lay a wreath at the tomb of St Mungo.


The Intercessions for the Mass of St Mungo in St Leo’s are:

We pray for our city and its people: that we may have sound government, kindly and just leadership,
effective support in health-care, education, housing and social services        Lord, hear us

We pray for the Archdiocese, for Glasgow Churches Together, and for all the churches in our city:
that they will continue to work ever more effectively for the unity for which Christ prayed.      Lord, hear us

We pray for the needs of our country, for the Queen, and for the governments in Edinburgh and Westminster,
and for all who hold public office.           Lord, hear us

We pray for the work of the United Nations and for the other international bodies established to help countries work together.
We renew our support for the efforts made by our own country to work with other countries to alleviate hardship and distress.
We renew our prayers for peace in the Holy Land, Syria, the Yemen and elsewhere. Lord, hear us.

For those who are sick including our parish housebound and all who are ill in the community:
Brendan Gill, Mary McGarrigle, Vincent Riley, Jack Rae, Eric Dick, Marie Jamieson, May and Tom Scott, Yvonne Watt,
Reilly McKenna, Bridget Devlin, Dorothy Laidlaw,  Moira Montgomery, Ann Judge, Cathie Gilbert, Betty McKinney,
Mgr Peter Smith,  Mgr Noel Woods, Ray Hollier,   Irene Docherty,  Teresita and Socorro Ortiz,   Christopher Browne,
and all those who support and care for them.        Lord, hear us

For all our deceased relatives and friends, including Pat Doherty and Bernard Gilmartin, who died last week,
and those whose anniversaries fall at this time, including Kevin Barrett, Mary McKenna, Elizabeth Mullan,
John McVey, Adrian Rogers, Tommy and Anne McMahon, Jack McNichol, and Margaret McCulloch.
For those whose lives are endangered as they serve the community in the armed forces.  Lord, hear us


This week on RADIOALBA.ORG for the week of the 14th January 2018

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.


The Morning half-hour at 8.00 is repeated every 30 minutes until 12.00.

8.00: 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.

8.15: School Morning Prayer is led by Kyle with music by Magdalen MacInnes and Catriona Glen.

Canon Bob Hill comments on Mark 1: 14-20  repent and believe, the kingdom of God is at hand.

08.25: Moira TIzo and Marie MacNeil pray for the sick.


Lunch-time half hour

12.00: The Scottish Catholic Observer comments on matters of contemporary concern

12:15: a service for the bereaved.
12.30: archive until 18.00
18.00: a repeat of the Lunch-time half hour and then archive until 20:00


The Evening Hour at 20:.00 is repeated at 21:00 and 22:00

20.00: Evening prayer is led by Joe Docherty with music by the St Mungo Singers, Night Fever, with cantors Grace Buckley and Catriona Glen, organist Jane McKenna and harpist Noel Donnelly.

20:20: Magazine:  Honor Hania quotes Martin Luther King on Peace and non-violence,inter-dependance and the sacredness of life.  Anthony Horan concludes his report from the Catholic Parliamentary office with a reflection on Abortion and a letter to the First Minister from the Bishops Conference of Scotland. We end with a report about the Glasgow Churches Together Schools Cantata, the story of Joseph and Mary.

20:50: Daily Night Prayer