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   gfglasgow@gmail.com
Weekday Mass 10.00 preceded by Morning Prayer.
Sunday Masses: Vigil Saturday at 6.00, Sunday at 10.30  Tea in hall after Mass Sunday.

 

Welcome to our new parishioners, and to visitors among us.

BUlletin 4th August 2019

Intercessions

For the Church:  that we will live as citizens of this world, playing our part in caring for our neighbours, 

but will always be able to remember that this life is preparing for the next.   Lord, hear us

 

For our families, our friends, our fellow parishioners – and for all who are part of our lives.  Lord, hear us

 

We pray for peace especially just now in Syria, Aphganistan and the Yemen.  

We pray for the well-being of own country and  the European Union,  at this time of political uncertainty.   Lord, hear us.

 

For all who are ill, and for those who support and care for them: 

Kathryn Barrett, Margaret Grant, Caitlin Laughed  Jane Cameron, Bill Meechan, John Gibson,  Irene Docherty,  Lewis Harte, Ray McVey, Brian Gallagher, Frank Kearney, Kathleen Mallon,  Anne Judge, Catriona Glen,  Yvonne Watt, and Joan Burns. 

We pray also for the patients in the local Hospice.       Lord, hear us.

For our deceased relatives, friends & fellow-parishioners, including Raymond Drummond, Monica Roberts, Denise Bradley, Norah McCarron,   May Murphy, Eileen McCorriston, Thomas Cawley, Sandy MacVarish, Michael Cain, John Dunne, Mary Duffy, Gerry Moran,  Anne Troy, John Clasper, Catherine Farmington, and Peggy MacMillan. We pray also for all those whose anniversary falls about now including Mary Feehan, Paul Devine, Marc Moscardini, Martin Harrison, Erna Harrison,  and  Patrick Gara. Let’s pray also for those killed or injured serving in the armed forces.   Lord, hear us

 

 radioalba schedule for the week of August 4th 2019

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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 is repeated hourly until 12.00
7.00:  Morning Prayer daily this week is led in turn by Gerry Fitzpatrick, Hugh Kelly, Stephen Smyth and Joe Docherty, with music by the St Mungo Singers, cantors Grace Buckley,  Helen Healy and Noel Donnelly, with organist Jane McKenna, and harpist Noel Donnelly.
7.15: In Morning prayer for the young this week comes from  Our Lady of Good Aid Primary, Motherwell
7.21: Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to next week’s Gospel: Sunday 11th August
 and we hear short introductions to the daily readings at Mass from the Liturgical Calendar for Scotland..
7.26: The Rev Elizabeth Adam thanks God for the changing seasons
7.30:  Our magazine this week includes Chris McDonnell on the perennial issue of ‘politics and religion’, David Wells on the  vocational aspect of teaching; the Comboni Mission Magazine on the mine Dam collapse in Brazil and the need to seek justice; and John Miller’s review in Open House of Willie Slavin’s Memoir. With thanks to Liz Adam, David Wells and  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 as above.

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
20.00Vespers this week are led in turn by Joe, Docherty, John McMaster, Michael Martin,  Netta Ewing and Jean Swinbank with  the St Mungo Singers and Night Fever,   cantors Grace Buckley and Catrina Glen and organists Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett.
20:20: Our Magazine this week includes: Chris McDonnell on the perennial issue of ‘politics and religion’, David Wells on the  vocational aspect of teaching; the Comboni Mission Magazine on the mine Dam collapse in Brazil and the need to seek justice; and John Miller’s review in Open House of Willie Slavin’s Memoir. With thanks to Liz Adam, David Wells and  Michael Martin.
20:50: daily Night Prayers 8 – 14
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