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radioalba.org christian Schedule for the week of the 18th June 2017

  radioalba.org christian Schedule for the week of the 18th June, the Feast of Corpus Christi The Morning half-hour is repeated every 30 minutes until noon: 8.00:  Morning Prayers this week are led by Jean Swinbank, Joe Docherty, Hugh Kelly, Angela McLeod, Pat Graham,  Gerry Fitzpatrick, with music by the St Mungo Singers, cantors, Grace, Magdalen, Noel, and Sally, and with Jane McKenna on the organ and Noel Donnelly on the Harp. 8.15: school Morning Prayer comes from Our Lady of the Missions Primary School, East Renfrewshire.8.24: Canon Bob Hill comments on the 2nd block of teaching in St Matthew’s Gospel and Joe Docherty leads us in a short prayer for peace. Noon 12.00: News from the Scottish Catholic Observer: 12.15:  a short service for the Bereaved. 12.30: archive music until 18.0018.00 – 20.00: we repeat the news from the Scottish Catholic Observer and the Service for the Bereaved and more music from the archives at 18.30 – 20.00 The evening Hour: 20.00 – 21.00 repeated at 21.00 and 22.00 20.00: Evening Prayer for Corpus Christi is led by Jean Swinbank  . 20.26: Magazine Honor Hania speaks of Care for Creation in the light of the Paris Agreement. Isabel Smythe SND introduces Prince Gazi bin Mohammed on  love ‘ in Christianity and Islam; Joseph McTaggart reads from Vocation for Justice on the Arms Trade  and from Doctors without Borders about healing...

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radioalba.org christian schedule for Trinity Sunday and the week of the 11th June

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. radioalba.org christian Schedule for the week of the 11th June the Morning half-hour: repeated every 30 minutes until noon: 8.00: Morning Prayer is led each day 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, & harpist Noel Donnelly. 8.15: Morning Prayer for young people today is led by Holly with music by Magdalen MacInnes. 8.20: Canon Bob Hill reflects on the Gospel reading for the Feast of Corpus Christi taken from John 6: 51-58 8.23: Marie MacNeill leads us in a prayer for the sick with music by the St Mungo Singers and Catriona Glen. Noon 12.00: The Scottish Catholic Observer: Our lead story this week, was about Bishop Robson’s  powerful Pro-Life message to mark World Day for Life. Particularly timely ahead of the election.  We also have a fascinating Interview with Quaker activist and author Alastair McIntosh and how his ”Poacher’ Pilgrimage’ across his native Harris helped him discover the pre-reformation Faith of the Hebrides – and the brutal way it was suppressed.  Continuing on a ecumenical theme the Episcopal Bishop of the Highlands reflects on what he learned from meeting Pope Francis.Finally, we have a call to prayer...

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Glasgow the Welcoming City: Glasgow City Chambers, 18th June at 3.00

Glasgow the Welcoming City: a celebration in the City Chambers June 18th at 3.00 – all are welcome 2017 Welcoming City Poster The event was set up about 15 years ago at the request of the then Lord Provost, Bailie Liz Cameron, as a way of showing Glasgow as a place of welcome to visitors, refugees and asylum seekers. Each year we have a theme and this year it is Culture, Heritage and Diversity. We have someone from the Polish Consulate speaking, hopefully the Consul, or his representative. A Polish folk group will play as will the South Side Fiddlers, a group of mainly primary school children, from St Denis’ Primary will sing a tribute to Nelson Mandela composed for when he visited Glasgow and part of West George St took his name, Nelson Mandela Place. A Piper will play outside the Chambers, The Rutherglen Salvation Army band will play inside, a music ensemble, which includes Whistle, Fiddle,Harp and Guitar will share the accompanying, the singing will be led by the St Mungo Singers under the direction of Mgr Gerry Fitzpatrick and Dr Noel Donnelly and accompanied by organist Jacqueline Barrett. The event is organised by Glasgow Churches Together and hosted by the Lord Provost’s office who provide the refreshments afterwards in the Satinwood Suite overlooking George Sq with music provided by the South Side Fiddlers. The Leader of...

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Morning Prayer 6 for the Young

no 6 of the series being prepared for radioalba.org christian http://stmungomusic.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/MP-sch-6-Holly-edited.mp3 Morning Prayer (6) led by Holly of Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School with a verse of Psalm 42 and Doxology sung by Magdalen MacInnes. Music introduction Loving God, whose Son Jesus  was brought up by Mary and Joseph in Nazareth, strengthen us in our daily living so that in good days and bad we may know the power of your presence in our families and in our school.  We ask this through Christ our Lord.  Amen   Sung: Like the deer that longs for running streams so my soul is thirsting for you. Like the deer that longs for running streams so my soul is thirsting.   A Reading from the Gospel according to Matthew You must love the Lord your God With heart and soul, and mind and strength and your neighbour as yourself.   Prayer and Intercession We pray for each other: Intercession 1: God, help us to show that we are like Christ by the way we care for our family And for each other at school.    Lord hear us. Intercession 2: God Our Father, we pray for those who are sad today. Comfort them and bring them hope. Lord hear us. Intercession 3: God Our Father, we pray for peace throughout the world, especially for refugees.   Lord hear us. Our Father who art...

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