Month: January 2016

Radioalba schedule January 31st 2016

Radioalba schedule January 31st 2016 0800 MP for this week is led by Brendan Gill with music by the St Mungo Singers including The Celtic Invocation and Psalm 114: ‘I walk with you, my Lord. Each day be at my side.’ Noel Donnelly is the harpist.0815MP for schools this week is led by pupils from St Andrew’s Sec, Carntyne: ‘God, our loving Father, at the beginning of the day we thank you for our families and our schools. In this Jubilee Year of Mercy let us grow in generosity to each other and to all whom we meet. We...

Read More

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2016

This was marked by Glasgow Churches Together (GCT) with a service at St. Mungo’s Townhead on 18th January. It was a cold , damp night but this did not prevent representatives from the constituent members of GCT and from a variety of Glasgow parishes coming together for the celebration. They were joined by members of the St. Mungo Singers. During the opening hymn “We bless the God and Father of Jesus” (to the tune Christ be beside me), the church leaders: Archbishop Emeritus Conti, Rev. Tom Pollock, Major Russell Wyles, Rev. Karen Hendry, Dr. Laurence Whitley and Fr. David...

Read More

Funeral of Fr. Colman McGrath RIP

Fr. Colman McGrath, retired priest of the Archdiocese, was buried from St. Louise’s Parish, Arden, on 18th January. The funeral Mass was presided over by Archbishop Tartaglia who was joined by Bishop Bill Nolan of Galloway. The respect and esteem in which Fr. McGrath was held was seen in the number of fellow priests present for the funeral, and the packed church, with parishioners coming for Cumbernauld and other parishes in which he had served. Members of Fr. McGrath’s family were present, including several from Ireland, and Archbishop Tartaglia expressed his condolences to them. He reminded the congregation that...

Read More

radioalba.org christian schedule for the week of 24th January

Radioalba schedule January 24th 2016 0800 MP for this week is led by Jean Swinbank with music by the St Mungo Singers and cantor Grace Buckley on Psalm 22: ‘His goodness will follow me always, to the end of my days.’ It begins with ‘Be still for the presence of the Lord’ and the first prayer opens: ‘God our creator, increase our sense of your presence in our world and our respect for all that you have made…’ The response to the Intercessions is ‘Lord, in your mercy hear our prayer.’0815 MP for schools for this week comes from...

Read More