Month: January 2018

Morning Prayer 6 (The Year) with Mass and Psalm 1

Morning Prayer 6           Grace to you and peace from God the Father, grace to you and peace from the Lord, Jesus Christ. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever. Amen.   As we light our candle for peace we say: Lord, We pray for peace in the Holy Land, for Syria and all the other troubled countries where people’s lives are spoiled or taken from them by violence or war. We pray for refugees, and for generous hearts for those who need to show mercy. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.   http://stmungomusic.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/ps-1-nd-nd.mp3 Psalm 1: How joyful are the hearts of all who trust in the Lord. How happy is the one who shuns the sinner’s headstrong way, but takes delight by day and night in pondering God’s law. How joyful are the hearts of all who trust in the Lord. Such folk are like a tree that grows beside a flowing stream. Its fruitful harvest never fails, its leaves stay fresh and green. How joyful are the hearts of all who trust in the Lord. The wicked blow like winnowed chaff before a driving wind. The just will know God’s loving care, while wicked ways are ……. How joyful are the hearts of all who trust in the Lord. Glory to the...

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Morning Prayer 5 (The Year) with Mass – and Psalm 50

Morning Prayer 5                     As we light the Candle for Peace, we pray: Lord, we pray for peace in the Holy Land, for Syria and all the other troubled countries where people’s lives are spoiled or taken from them by violence or war. We pray for refugees, and for generous hearts for those who need to show mercy. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.   Ps 50:   O God, you will not spurn a humbled, contrite heart. Have mercy on me, God, in your kindness. In your compassion blot out my offence. O wash me more and more from my guilt and cleanse me from my sin. O God, you will not spurn a humbled, contrite heart. My offences truly I know them. My sin is always before me. Against you alone have I sinned; what is evil in your sight I have done. O God, you will not spurn a humbled, contrite heart. A pure heart create for me, O God, put a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me away from your presence, nor deprive me of your holy spirit. O God, you will not spurn a humbled, contrite heart. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever. Amen. O God, you will not spurn a humbled, contrite heart.   Let...

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schedule for radioalba.org christian for the week of 21st January

schedule for radioalba.org christian for the week of 21st January The Morning Half-hour is repeated every 30 minutes until noon. 8.00: Daily Morning Prayers led by Jean Swinbank, Joe Docherty, Hugh Kelly, Sr Pat Graham, and Gerry Fitzpatrick  with music by The St Mungo Singers, cantors Grace Buckley, Magdalen MacInnes, Noel Donnelly and Sally Mulholland. 8.15:  Morning Prayer for the Young is led by Daniel Fraser. 8.20: Canon Bob Hill Canon Bob Hill comments on  Mark, chapter 1: 21-28   8.25: Joe Docherty prays for peace lunch time half hour: 12.00: In his final piece as Editor of  the Scottish Catholic Observer Ian Dunne reflects on 10 years experience. 12.15:  ‘How blest are they’ – prayer time for the bereaved. 12.30: archive music until 18.00            the lunch time Half-hour is repeated at 18.00: 18.00: In his final piece as Editor of  the Scottish Catholic Observer Ian Dunne reflects on 10 years experience. 18.15:  ‘How blest are they’ – prayer time for the bereaved.          The Evening Hour at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00. 20:00: Evening prayer 2020:  Magazine: During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity we listen to the words of Pope Francis to the Moderator and the Church of Scotland; then,  from the January edition of Life and Work  Ron Ferguson offers some amusing and timely advice; then, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia...

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Morning Prayer 4 (The Year) with Mass and Psalm 137

Morning Prayer 4  The Year                 As we light our candle for peace: Let us pray: Lord, We pray for peace in the Holy Land, for Syria and all the other troubled countries where people’s lives are spoiled or taken from them by violence or war. We pray for refugees, and for generous hearts for those who need to show mercy. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.   http://stmungomusic.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Psalm-137-g.mp3 Psalm 137 I thank you, O Lord, with all my heart, you hear my prayer.   I thank you for love and for faithfulness, greater than we ever knew. When I called you answered me, you increased my strength. I thank you, O Lord, with all my heart, you hear my prayer.   The kings of the earth shall give thanks to you, hearing the words of my mouth. They shall praise the name of God, “Glory to the Lord”. I thank you, O Lord, with all my heart, you hear my prayer.   The Lord is almighty yet looks on me; the haughty he knows from afar; though I walk the way of pain he will give me life. I thank you, O Lord, with all my heart, you hear my prayer.   Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever. Amen. I...

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Morning Prayer 3 for The Year with Mass – and Psalm 94

Morning Prayer 3 with Mass          Entry Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ the Lord will come again. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit now and for ever. Amen.   A Prayer for Peace Let us pray   Lord, We pray for peace in the Holy Land, for Syria and all the other troubled countries where people’s lives are spoiled or taken from them by violence or war. We pray for refugees, and for generous hearts for those who need to show mercy. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.         Psalm 94: Listen to the voice of God. Harden not your hearts.   Come and sing with joy to God! Hail the rock who saves us! Come before him giving thanks, praise the God who made us. Listen to the voice of God. Harden not your hearts.   Come, adore on bended knee, praise the God who made us! Praise the shepherd of our flock, praise the hand that leads us. Listen to the voice of God. Harden not your hearts.   “Do not put me to the test, doubting like your fathers In the desert long ago, when they tried my patience!” Listen to the voice of God. Harden not your hearts. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to...

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