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radioalba.org christian – schedule for the week of the 24th September

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 half-hour at 08.00 is repeated every 30 minutes until 12.00 08.00:  Morning Prayers with music by the St Mungo Singers 08.15: Morning Prayer for the young comes today from Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School, Cardonald, with prayers and reading by Kirstie and Julia and  music by Catriona Glen. 08.25:  Canon Bob Hill comments on the Gospel passage for the 1st October,  Matthew 21: 28-32 – a quirky parable exposing the double standards of those who talk the talk but do not walk the walk; then the Rev John Carswell prays for peace; and we conclude with Cardinal Martini’s Prayer for Europe. lunchtime half hour 12.00: This week the SCO team talks about an uplifting story about a kidnapped and recently priest from the Yemen;  Bishop Stephen Robson helps some lost sailors and A catholic MP who is stoking controversy. 12.15: a short service for those who mourn 12.30: archive music 18.00: a repeat of the lunchtime half-hour 18.30: archive music The evening hour: Evening Prayer, Magazine and Night Prayers – at 8, 9, and 10.00 20.00: The two evening prayers this week are led by David Smith 20.20: in our evening...

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schedule for radioalba for the week of the 17th September 2017

the morning half-hour at 08.00 is repeated every 30 minutes until 12.00 08.00: The Morning Prayers each day this week are led by Jean Swinbank, Joe Docherty, Angela McLeod, Hugh Kelly, Pat Graham SND, and Gerry Fitzpatrick with music by The St Mungo Singers, cantors Grace Buckley, Magdalen MacInnes, Noel Donnelly and Sally Mulholland, with Noel Donnelly on harp and Jane McKenna on the organ 08.15: Morning Prayer for school is led today by Adam and Kerry of St Bridgid’s, Toryglen 08.20: Canon Bob Hill comments on the Gospel passage for the 24th September, – Matthew’s enigmatic parable of the workers in the vineyard lunchtime half hour 12.00: This week the SCO team talks about an uplifting story about a kidnapped priest, A bishop helping some lost sailors and A catholic MP who is stoking controversy. 12.15: a short service for those who mourn 12.30: archive music 18.00: a repeat of the lunchtime half-hour 18.30: archive music The evening hour: Evening Prayer, Magazine and Night Prayers – at 8, 9, and 10.00 20.00: The evening prayers this week are led by Gerry Fitzpatrick and Dermot and Sandra Lamb. 20.20: in our evening Magazine Frances Gallagher gives News and Events from Justice and Peace, Scotland beginning with ‘an extra £5.00 for the poor’; as the Defence and Security Equipment International Arms Fair prepares to open in London; and From Open...

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The radioalba.org christian schedule for the week of 10th September 2017

The radioalba.org christian schedule for the week of 10th September 2017 08.00: Morning Prayers 08.15: Morning Prayer for schools from Lochmaddy Primary in the Western Isles. 08.21: Canon Bob Hill comments on the Gospel passage for the 17th September, taken form matthew 18: 21 – 35 – Jesus presents an approach to reconciliation – with a seemingly ridiculous generosity. Now a little service for the sick led by Anne Marie Boyle. 18.00: The Scottish Catholic Observer 18.15: A service for those who are bereaved. 18.30 – 20.00: archive music The Evening Hour (Evening Prayer, Magazine and Night Prayer) at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00. 20.00: Evening Prayer 20.20: our evening Magazine begins with Frances Gallagher gives more News and Events from Justice and Peace, Scotland. Then, Jean Swinbank gives an article from Open House by Florence Boyle on the ongoing issue of the gender based pay gap; From the Catholic Times Gerry Fitzpatrick passes on Chris McDonnell’s reflection on the distinction between solitude and loneliness, and his musing on ‘the association of place’ 20.50: Night...

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dioalba.org christian schedule for the week of 3rd September 2017

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. The radioalba.org christian schedule for the week of 3rd September 2017 Daily 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, and harpist Noel Donnelly.   8.15  Today’s morning prayer for schools is led by children of St Andrew’s Primary School, Cumbernauld including the chorus of the ‘Glory to God, and a reading from the Book of Proverbs, with a verse from the Acts of the Apostles sung by Catriona Glen.   8.20: Looking ahead to Sunday 10th September, Canon Bob Hill comments on Matthew 18: 15-20 and the Lord’s guidance on mercy. 08.24  Gerry Fitzpatrick leads a short prayer for the sick   12.00 noon: the Scottish Catholic Observer:   This week we hear about a councillor with a unfortunate past, look at the Pope’s visit to Ireland next year and wonder whether or not St Patrick ever visited Scotland 12.30 – 18.00: archive music 18.00: The Scottish Catholic Observer:  This week we hear about a councillor with a unfortunate past, look at the Pope’s visit to Ireland next year and wonder whether or not St Patrick ever visited Scotland 18.15: A...

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the weekly Magazine on radioalba.org christian October 2016 – September 2017

Magazine contents radioalba.org Christian 2016 – 17         Oct 9 2016   Media Matters: Peter Kearney asks some questions about the authenticity of some of the information channelled in the media, whether it be social media such as Facebook or newspapers, and reminds us that ‘the media’s not necessarily ‘free.’    Michael Savage gives a report from David Nott in the Yemen from  Medicine without Frontiers and Stephen McGrattan holds a conversation in Cracow about the World Youth Day 2016.   Oct 16 2016    In Media Maters  Peter Kearney talks of a delusional blame game and in ‘Divine Liberation’: From Life and Work, Mary Bradley gives us Ron Ferguson’s thoughts on the limitless love that God has for us Finally, ‘Joe Docherty reads an article from Flourish  on the 3rd centenary of the hidden seminary at  Scalan and Bishops Gilbert and Robson express their Christian support for migrants.   Oct 23rd:  Archbishop Emeritus Mario Conti – ethics and morality   From Life and Work Lynne MacNeill reviews The Book of Iona edited by Robert Crawford, published by Polygon and Rowan Williams’ ‘Being Disciples,’ Essentials of the Christian Life, published by SPCK.   Oct 30th ‘Mag Bookoflife RC’   From Medecines sens Frontieres, Robert Carachi reads of Sudan’s ‘Book of Life’ (6.46)Aid to the Church in Need: Jean Swinbank introduces a dialogue about Syria between Bertolt Pelster  and Fr...

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