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Bulletin Feb 25 Lent 2

Glasgow. A Designated religious charity, No SCO18140 http://stleothegreat.org.uk
Priest: Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick   gfglasgow@gmail.com
Mass daily at 10.00 am (this Tuesday at 7.00 p.m.) preceded by a short Morning Prayer and followed by tea/coffee for those able to stay for it, except Thursday when we share Morning Prayer with Sherbrooke Mosspark – this coming week at St Leo’s.
Confessions Saturday 5.15 or after Mass on weekdays.
Sunday Vigil at 6.00 p.m. on Saturday, and Sunday Mass at 10.30.

This Friday we join Kinning Park and Ibrox Parish Churches at Kinning Park Church for the 2018 WORLD DAY OF PRAYER at 2.00.   All welcome.

 

 

 

Intercessions

We pray for all who are preparing for Baptism  and all who wish to come into full communion with the Church at Easter.
We remember our own Willie Rayworth and the 79 others who gathered the Cathedral on the 1st Sunday of Lent and were accepted by the Archbishop.
Lord, hear us

We pray for the unity of all Christians, and for the success of the World Day of Prayer this Friday.
Lord, hear us

We pray for all men and women of faith or of good will, all who seek peace,
and all who work for the common good.
Lord, hear us

We pray for all who are afflicted by violence or war, for refugees, and for those who need to learn to show mercy.
Lord, hear us

For those who are sick including our parish housebound and all who are ill in the community: Ian McMillan, Eric Dick, Jacqueline Feehan,
Monica Gibson, Eddie Gettens, Bill Harrison, Mairi McIntyre, Mary McGarrigle, Vincent Riley, Jack Rae,  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,  Christopher Browne, and all those who support and care for them.
Lord, hear us

 

For all our deceased relatives and friends, including Kathleen Dunne, Kathleen Joyce, Frank Murray, Elizabeth Lamb, Tommy Henley, Josephine Angel,
Kathleen Daley, Stephen Hayden,  and
 for those whose anniversaries fall at this time, including Michael Kennedy, John McMillan,  Gerald Barrie, and Margaret McCulloch.
Lord, hear us

For those whose lives are endangered as they serve the community in the armed forces.
Lord, hear us

 

RADIOALBA.ORG for the week of the 25th February 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 is repeated every 30 minutes until noon.

8.00:Morning Prayers this week are led by  Fay Docherty music by the St Mungo Singers, cantor Grace Buckley, harpist Noel Donnelly, organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett.

8.15: Schools Morning Prayer is led by pupils of Our Lady of the Missions with music by Magdalen MacInnes
Then, Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to next week to the passage from St John’s Gospel about the cleansing of the Temple and its deeper meaning.
The Lenten reflection is led by the Rev George Cowie.

lunch time half hour:

12.00 noon:  This week, the SCO looks at the secular fundamentalism denying Christians a voice, investigates an alleged case of anti-Catholicism in East Dunbartonshire, and has an exclusive report from Cambodia on the work of SCIAF.

12.15: Prayers with the bereaved.

12.30: archive music until 18.00

 

18.00:   news repeated from the Scottish Catholic Observer

18.15:  Prayers with the bereaved.

18.30:     archive music until 20.00

 

The evening hour at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00

20.00: The Stations of the Cross are led by the staff of the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund, Sciaf, with music by the St Mungo Singers, and organist Jane McKenna.

20.30: Magazine:  Marian Pallister of Justice and Peace, Scotland, talks of the  voting rights for women and the remaining substantial problems in equal rights.  Anthony Horan of the Catholic Pariamentary Office concludes his report for this month with an update on some impending legislative matters. and finally, Gerry Fitzpatrick gives a brief extract  from Chris McDonnell on Lent – from The Catholic Times

20.50: Daily Night Prayer