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We pray that people everywhere may enjoy religious freedom
and be able to support their countries by the goodness of their lives. . Lord, hear us
We pray for the peace and unity of the whole church.
We pray for our neighbouring churches in Sherbrooke Mosspark, Ibrox and Kinning Park.
Lord, hear us
We pray for well-being of our country, for the European Union,
the United Nations,
and for international peace and harmony. Lord, hear us
We pray for our own intentions,
For our sick, for those who serve the community in the armed forces For the recently dead including Laurence Whitley, James Hughes and Rena Gatens, for the deceased of our own parish, for those whose anniversary falls about now including Charles Hamilton
and for those who mourn.
On this 100th anniversary we pause in silence and pray for all involved in the dreadful wars of the last 100 years.
We sing: May the souls of the faithful departed Through the mercy of God rest in peace, rest in peace.
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the morning hour at 7.00 o’clock is repeated every 60 minutes until 12 noon.
07.00: The Morning Prayers (22-28) each day this week are led by A daily Morning Prayer this week is led in turn by Brendan Gill, Brendan Gill, Donald MacInnes, Gerry Fitzpatrick, Pat Graham, Stephen Eric Smyth, and Mary Bradley, with organist Jane McKenna and harpist Noel Donnelly.
07.15: Morning Prayer (for St Margaret of Scotland’s Day) this week is led by Julia of Notre Dame High School, Glasgow, with a Canticle sung by Catriona Glen.
7.20: Canon Bob Hill comments on next Sunday’s Gospel Mark 13 24-32, and then we hear introductions to the readings at Mass this week. November 16th is the Feast of St Margaret of Scotland, and we hear a short account of her life by Sr Pat Graham SND.
7.30 In our magazine we begin with a tribute to Dr Laurence Whitley recently Minister of Glasgow Cathedral; then we listen to ‘Lost – Wilfred Own Nov 4th 1918’ – a poem by Chris McDonnell ; Michael Martin reads Tim Rhead’s ‘Seeing God in creation’ from Open House; then, again from Open House Notebook – a Conforti Institute multi-organisational with schools event; and a welcome to May McAleese to Glasgow University. Again from Life and Work, Robin Green tells us some parish news from the borders. And we conclude with a poem by Stephen Eric Smyth written for the recent Pause for Hope Service in Glasgow.
12.00: This week the SCO discusses contemporary issues.
12.15: ‘How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
12.35: archive music
18.00: This week the SCO discusses contemporary issues.
18.15: How blest are they’ – praying with the bereaved
18.35: archive music
the evening hour at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00
20.00: Evening Prayers 1 and 2 this week are led by Gerry Fitzpatrick, with Stephen Eric Smyth and Donald MacInnes; Evening Prayer 3 is led by Clare MacDonald.
20.20: Our magazine is as at 7.30 a.m.
20.50: The Night Prayers (1-7) this week are led in turn by Jean Swinbank, Joe Docherty, Jean Swinbank, Bridget Devlin, Joe Docherty, Marie Rogers, and Noreen Smith