St. Leo the Great 5 Beech Avenue, Glasgow G41 5BY 0141 427 0293 The Archdiocese of Glasgow. A Designated religious charity, No SCO18140 http://stleothegreat.org.uk Priest: Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick email@example.com
Sunday: Baptism of Alannah Divya Phelan
Sunday/Monday 10.00: Funeral of Paddy Gilbride in St Albert’s 10.00.The vigil is at 5.30 in St Albert’s on Sunday afternoon.
Wednesday 7.00: Funeral Vigil at St Leo’s for Ellen Catherine Cairns; funeral Mass on Thursday at 10.00 St Leo’s
Kinning Park Parish Church are planning to have a Burns Supper (not overly-formal) on Friday 24th January at 7pm for 7.30. We are invited to join them. to join. Tickets are £6. They need to know numbers by Sunday 19th for catering
For the Church: that we may find much happiness in our faith and be able to face the future with trust in God’s love for us. Lord, hear us
For our families: that the Spirit of God will show us how to love one another
more generously. Lord, hear us
For children and staff returning to school this week, that education may bring out the gifts that we all have within us, whatever they are.
Lord, hear us
For peace in the Middle East – and for all whose lives are disturbed by violence, poverty, tyranny and war: Lord, hear us
For all who are ill or are anxious, especially those with long term sicknesses, including Alex Stevenson and Teresa Mann. Lord, hear us.
For our deceased relatives, friends & fellow-parishioners including Jerry Connor, Helena, McTeague, Paddy Gilbride and Dr Eamonn McCabe.
We pray also for those whose anniversaries fall about now including James and Catherine Scullion, John Feeley, Elizabeth Mulligan, Tam Haley, Kevin Barrett, Ian Davidson, John McVey, Eugene and Matilda Rossi, Liam Brogan, Adrian Rogers, Mary McKenna, Betty McKinney, Rosina Gara, Cecilia Harrison, Charlie Hamilton, Tommy and Anne McMahon, Jack and Mary Conroy, and May McNulty. Lord, hear us
Let’s pray also for those killed by violence or who have been injured serving in the armed forces. Lord, hear us
radioalba.org schedule for the week of the 5th January, the Feast of the Epiphany 2020
the Morning Hour starts at 7.00 and is repeated until noon.
(Morning Prayers ((‘Morning Prayer this week of the Epiphany comes from Brendan Gill,), school prayers ( this week led children of Our Lady of the Rosary, and Evening and Night Prayers), bible commentaries and news both in the morning and the evening.
Special items this week can be found daily at 7.20 (and hourly till noon) as ‘Canon Bob Hill comments on the readings for the Baptism of Christ, and we hear a short introduction to the daily readings from the Lectionary. Then at 7.26 (and hourly) the Rev Elizabeth Adam prays for peace. At 7.30: (and hourly) ‘From Flourish we hear the Pope’s letter for the World Day of Peace; then John Clarke speaks of the challenges being faced in Amazonia; and from Vocation for Justice Michael Martin reads Finding security and then Empowering Young People; and we end with a medieval Christian Poem.
The Lunchtime Hour (12.00) includes news, prayer with the Bereaved, and music.
The archive then lasts until 6.00 when we repeat the Lunchtime Hour.
The Evening Hour at 8.00 (repeated at 9.00 and 10.00) brings us Vespers, Magazine and Compline.
ST MUNGO FESTIVAL
St Mungo Festival: Friday 10th January in Wellington Church.: 10.00 St Mungo’s Bairns Presentations created by School Groups to celebrate Birthday of St Mungo and the City with patter, songs and poems. Hosted by Glasgow Churches Together with students from Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All welcome.
Saturday 11th January: The Life of St Kentigern 12.00 The Mitchell Library. with the Archbishop, the Minister of the Cathedral, members of the St Mungo Singers and the Russian Children’s choir
Sunday 12th January: Festival Service at St Mungo’s Cathedral 4.00 Let Glasgow Flourish.
Monday 13th January : The Mass of St Mungo at 10.00 in St Leo’s
Thursday 16th: Netta Ewing speaks at the St Mungo Museum on the Sacred Threads 2.00