Bulletin Lent 3 Sunday March 24th

Congratulations to Holly and Adam on making their First Confession this week, And thanks to their family and school – and to Angela Fraser who was their parish catechist.

3rd Sunday of Lent at St Leo’s

Monday:   Morning Prayer and Mass at 10.00
Tuesday   short Stations and Mass at 10.00

Wednesday:  Morning Prayer and Mass at 10.00
Thursday:  joint ecumenical Morning Prayer for Lent at 10.00 in St Leo’s

Friday:    Morning Prayer and Mass at 10.00

Saturday:  short Stations and Mass at 10.00

Confessions at 5.30 p.m.  Vigil Mass at 6.00p.m.

 

Special events later

25thAnnual Christian Passover shared by St Leo’s, Kinning Park and Ibrox Parish Churches will take place on Thursday April 11thin St Leo’s.  Special celebration – please put it in your diaries, or on your wall chart, or in your memory.   We need to have a meeting re organizing this 25thannual Passover in St Leo’s.

12thMay: First Communions at St Leo’s

June 1st:  Visit to Culross (and Dunfermline for those who want to go further) – see back page of the Bulletin.

For online access to the daily Mass readings – and with a pdf download – try

info@catholicgallery.org

Intercessions

For ourselves: That we may use the time given to us in our lives to love and serve God and our neighbour.
Lord, hear us

For Pope Francis:  that God will guide him in leading the Church and enabling the church to serve  the common good of people everywhere.
Lord, hear us

For all who are estranged from the church: that they not be complacent and dismissive, but be encouraged to to look more deeply into the goodness in so many faith-filled lives.

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, Anne Judge, Cathie Gilbert, Moira Montgomery, 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 Mgr Robert McDonald, Moira McDermott, Derek MacDonald, Kay Fernandez, Ann O’Hanlon, Ernest Mulrine, Dorothy Laidlaw, and Irene Brannan,   We pray for those whose anniversaries fall about now including Sr Pat Graham, Alex Green, John and Mary MacLeod, Michael Kennedy, Chrissie and Pat Higgins, David McKenna, Margaret Smith, Gerald Gibson, and for all who mourn         Lord, hear us

 

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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, Michael Martin and Gerry Fitzpatrick.
7.15: School Morning Prayer for the 3rd week of Lent comes from Hagar Manssour and Robbie Lamond, pupils of St Paul’s Academy, Dundee.  They have focussed on the Feast of the Annunciation of our Lord on 25th March.
7.21:  Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to next week and the Parable of the Prodigal Son.
7.25:  Joe Docherty leads us i praying for peace, and
finally we hear introductions to the weekday readings at Mass from the Liturgical Calendar of Scotland.
7.30:  In our Magazine this week we hear from St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School, East Kilbride, as Katie, Maeve, Rachel and Molly talk about Lent.  Anthony Horan gives a Report from the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office; and we conclude with  two poems   ‘A transient time’ – a poem by Chris McDonnell  – and  ‘It was night’ by Michael Martin.
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

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 Lent is led alternately by Robin Green and Liz Adam with music by the St Mungo Singers, organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett, and harpist Noel Donnelly.
20:20:  In our Magazine this week we hear from St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School, East Kilbride, as Katie, Maeve, Rachel and Molly talk about Lent.  Anthony Horan gives a Report from the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office; and we conclude with  two poems   ‘A transient time’ – a poem by Chris McDonnell  – and  ‘It was night’ by Michael Martin.
20:50: Night Prayers