Next Sunday is the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord.  The 13thof January is the date of the death of St Mungo but the celebration is transferred to the Monday, 14thJanuary.  Mass in St Leo’s at 10.00

 

 

Entry

We three kings of Orient are

Penitential Act

 

Gloria in excelsis Deo.  Gloria in excelsis Deo.

 

The Liturgy of the Word

A reading from Isaiah 60:1-6

 

Psalm 71  All nations shall fall prostrate before you, O Lord.

O God, give your judgement to the king, to a king’s son your justice,

that he may judge your people in justice and your poor in right judgement.
All nations shall fall prostrate before you, O Lord.

In his days justice shall flourish and peace till the moon fails.
He shall rule from sea to sea, Great River to Earth’s bounds.
All nations shall fall prostrate before you, O Lord.

The kings of Tarshish and the sea coasts shall pay him tribute;
the kings of Sheba and Seba shall bring him gifts.
All nations shall fall prostrate before you, O Lord.

 

For he shall save the poor when they cry and the needy who are helpless.
He will have pity on the weak and save the lives of the poor.
All nations shall fall prostrate before you, O Lord.

A reading from the Letter to the Ephesians 3: 2-3a. 5-6

 

Gospel Verse:  Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia. We saw his star as it rose and have come to do him homage,
we saw his star as it rose.  Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia

The Gospel: Matthew 2: 1-12

The Apostles’ Creed

 

The Liturgy of the Eucharist

Preparation of the Gifts.  As gifts of bread and wine are taken up to the altar, we sing:

Frankincense to offer have I, incense owns a Deity nigh.

 

Jubilee Sanctus memorial and Agnus Dei

The Communion Antiphon

We saw his star as it rose and have come to do him homage,
we saw his star as it rose.

Glory to the Father, glory to the Son,
glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever.  Amen.

We saw his star as it rose and have come to do him homage,
we saw his star as it rose.

 

 

 

Silent night, holy night.  All is calm, all is bright,

round yon virgin mother and child; holy infant so tender and mild:

sleep in heavenly peace, sleep in heavenly peace.

 

Silent night, holy night. Shepherds quake at the sight,

glories stream from heaven afar, heavenly hosts sing alleluia:

Christ, the Saviour is born, Christ, the Saviour is born.

 

Silent night, holy night. Son of God, love’s pure light

radiant beams from thy holy face, with the dawn of redeeming grace:

Jesus, Lord, at thy birth, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth.

 

If needed:

Be still and know that I am God.
I am the Lord that healeth thee.

In thee, O Lord, I put my trust.

 

After Mass: May the Lord bless us and keep us from all harm,.
and may he lead us to eternal life.

 

Copyrights: We Three KingsJn H. Hopkins, Jr., 1857. Psalm 71 words taken from the Psalms: A New translation © The Grail, England; music  © Kevin Mayhew Ltd.   O Silent Night: words by Joseph Mohr with music by Franz Xavier Gruber.

Offerings: details next week  1stGiftaided offering: £

Ordinary offering 2ndOffering: £

 

Next Sunday is the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord.  The 13thof January is the date of the death of St Mungo but the celebration is transferred to the Monday, 14thJanuary.  Mass in St Leo’s at 10.00


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 christian schedule for week of January 6th

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.  It is sponsored by Glasgow Churches Together, by ACTS, and by the music Committee of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

the morning hour at 7.00 o’clock is repeated every 60 minutes until 12 noon.

7.00 : Morning Prayers this week are led by Brendan Gill with the St Mungo Singers, Cantor Helen Healy and organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett.,

7.15: Morning Prayer for the young  comes from Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School with Catriona Glen.

7.20: Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to the Gospel for the 13th January, the  Feast of the  Baptism of the Lord,   Luke 3 1-6

and we hear introductions to the daily readings at Mass during the week ahead, from the Liturgical Calendar for Scotland.

7.25: The Rev Liz Adam of the Methodist Church leads us in praying for the peace of the Holy Spirit

7.30:  In our Magazine we open with ‘December Song’ –  a poem by  Chris McDonnell on the death of Sr Wendy Becket; then,  Christine Johnston reads from Life and Work -‘Is this Christmas’; Anthony Horan continues his report from the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office; and Jean Swinbank repprts on a Islamo-Christian Marian Day in Algiers

 

12.00: News from the Scottish Catholic Observer: 12.15: ‘How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved

12.35: archive music
18.00:  News from the Scottish Catholic Observer:

18.15: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved

18.35: archive music

The evening hour at 20.00 is reported at 21.00 and 22.00

20.00:  The Evening Prayer for the Epiphany is led by Gerry Fitzpatrick with music by the St Mungo Singers, harpist Noel Donnelly and organist Jane McKenna.

20.20: In our Magazine we open with ‘December Song’ –  a poem by  Chris McDonnell on the death of Sr Wendy Becket; then,  Christine Johnston reads from Life and Work -‘Is this Christmas’; Anthony Horan continues his report from the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office; and Jean Swinbank reports on a Islamo-Christian Marian Day in Algiers

20.50:  Daily Night Prayers

 

St Mungo Festival 2019

Glasgow is set to mark its saint’s day with a bigger and more ambitious programme of events than ever. The traditional Feast day of St Mungo (or Kentigern) will be supported by 10 days of activities and celebrations which will recall the city’s saintly founder and its Christian origins

Full details of the prgramme in Flourish and  www.whatsonglasgow.co.uk/listings/st-mungo-festival 

 

 

 

 

Wed 9 Jan: Lecture: St Mungo’s Long Strange Trip:

Reception with wine and mince pies, hosted by Professor Stephen McKinney

 

Fri 11 Jan:

Mungo’s Bairns

Glasgow Churches Together put on a family event for primary children in Wellington Church.

 

Youth Dedication Event

Whitehill Secondary School and St Mungo’s Academy join the Organiser of the St Mungo Festival for a youth dedication at the tomb of St Mungo at 12 noon on Friday 11 January.

 

Sat 12 Jan:

Vita Kentigerni  Vita Kentigerni, the 12th century book commissioned by Bishop Jocelyn of Glasgow will be read in Latin by Archbishop Tartaglia and English by David Easton, interim-moderator Glasgow Presbytery. Followed by the launch of the Mitchell Library’s exhibition of “The Legacy of St Mungo”.

 

Mungo’s Pathways Walk Join us to discover some of Glasgow’s hidden medieval architecture and history – still visible in this walk round  the old quarter of Glasgow. 

 

Walking Lunch: St Mungo’s Moveable Feast  Travel through 1,000 years of the Glasgow story with food and travel writer Andrea Pearson (The List Eating and Drinking Guide, The Herald)

Sun 13 Jan:

Ecumenical Service in Glasgow Cathedral led by Glasgow Churches Together

With a  Running Pilgrimage: Dunfermline to Glasgow on St Mungo’s Day – following in St Mungo’s footsteps and running pilgrimages in aid of a new Embrace the Middle East project working with returning refugees and IDPs in northern Iraq.