Bulletin April 14 2019 Palm Sunday

Holy Week at St Leo’s
Monday 15th:  Funeral Mass for Moira Montgomery Monday 10.00

St Leo’s Parish Penance Service Monday evening  at 7.00 pm.

Tuesday: 10.00: Short Stations then Mass Tuesday

Tuesday evening 7.00 p.m.  rosary at Landa’s home.

Wednesday 10.00: Funeral Mass for Landa Haughton

7.00 p.m. Ecumenical Service in St Leo’s Church with Ibrox Parish Church and Kinning Park Parish church at 7.00 pm on Wednesday.  Please try to support this

Thursday Morning: the Archdiocesan Chrism Mass takes place in St Andrew’s Cathedral  at 11.00. At this Mass the Archbishop blesses the Holy Oils which will be used in each parish for Baptism,  for Confirmation and for the Anointing of the Sick.

On Thursday eveningwe will gather for the Mass of the Lord’s Supperat 7 p.m.  As usual, we will include the ceremony of The Washing of the Feet in memory of Christ’s washing of the feet of the disciples at the Last Supper.  Night Prayer later in the hall at 9.00 p.m.


The Good Friday service of the Lord’s Passion with Veneration of the Cross. 3.00

Saturday evening: The Easter Vigil will take place at 8.30

Easter Sunday Morning – Mass at 10.30



For the Church: that each of us may try to think like Christ and rely on God’s love to guide us in doing his will.  . Lord, hear us


 For those preparing for Baptism and those who want to enter into Full Communion with the Church: that they may experience God’s unconditional love through the celebrations of Holy Week. Lord, hear us


For people in the Holy And, in Syria, Iraq,  the Yemen and the Sudan, the troubled countries of Africa and the Middle East, for the Ukraine and for people everywhere whose lives are spoiled by violence and war.    Lord, hear us.

For our country, Ireland  and the European Union:  that we may be guided to take the right decisions for the well-being of us all,

and that necessary reforms be found and implemented both in Europe and in the UK.   Lord, hear us

For the sick and housebound of our families, friends and community: including Frances Dunlop,  Mary Bradley, Douglas Miller, John Dunne, Margaret Browne, Yvonne Watt, Cathie Gilbert, Anne Judge, Sandra Barlow, Jerry Connor, and the patients in the local Hospice.  We also pray for those who serve the community in the armed forces.      Lord, hear us

We pray for those who have died recently including Moira Montgomery, Landa Houghton, Geraldine Rowe, Ellen McCorriston, Roger Kennedy, John Feegan, Edna Mary Harrison,  Fr Peter McKelvie, Mgr Robert McDonald, Mgr Jack Sheridan, Moira McDermott, Derek MacDonald, .  We pray for those whose anniversaries fall about now including  Peter Gibson,  Michael Kennedy, Chrissie and Pat Higgins, David McKenna, Margaret Smith, Gerald Gibson, James McKenna, Angela Arnold, and Dominic McCafferty
and for all who mourn         Lord, hear us



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radioalba.org christian for the week of 14th April, Holy Week

the Morning Hour at 7.00 is repeated hourly until 12.00

7.00: Morning Prayers this week are led by Pat Graham SND, Fay Docherty, Joe Docherty, Rev Tom Pollock, Netta Ewing(Holy Thursday) and Joe Docherty (Good Friday).

7.15: School Morning Prayer for  Holy Week comes from Our Lady of the Missions with extra music from Catriona Glen.
7.21:  Canon Bob Hill reflects on the Gospel of Easter Sunday,  John 20: 1-9
7.25:  praying for peace in the Yemen and finally we hear introductions to the weekday readings at Mass from the Liturgical Calendar of Scotland.

7.30 : The Magazine: Continuing his series on Lent Rev Norman Graham from the Denny Baptist Church shares on Judas and the role he played in the Easter story. ‘Moving forward’ by Rev Elizabeth Adams.  Our reflection this week from Rev Ruth Kelso talks on God speaking through nature.  From ‘Flourish’, we hear some information about Sciaf’s Wee Box Campaign for Uganda. From Vatican Media Michael Martin reads about some questions after the Pope’s visit to Morocco.     Frances Gallagher a report on the 40th Anniversary of the Justice and Peace Commission

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 as above.
18.15: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
18.35: archive music

19.00:   2019 Sciaf Stations of the Cross are written by Fr Stephen Reilly and recorded by Jean Swinbank, Carol Kelso and Gerry Fitzpatrick

19.30:   2018 Sciaf Stations of the Cross are written by Fr Stephen Reilly and recorded by Ian Dunne  with music by the St Mungo Singers.


The evening hour at 20.00 is reported at 21.00 and 22.00

20.00: Evening Prayer for Holy Week is led by Michael Martin with music by the St Mungo Singers, organists Jane McKenna & Jacqueline Barrett, & harpist Noel Donnelly

20:20: The Magazine: as this morning at 7.30  20:50: Night Prayers