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Radioalba.org christian schedule January 10th -17th 2016
0800 MP for the week of the Feast of St Mungo

We sing Psalm 18:
“Their voice has gone out, they fill the earth; the word of the Lord is heard.’
The opening prayer is:
‘Lord God, you chose St Mungo as Bishop to spread the light of faith
by the preaching of the word.
Grant that we who celebrate his memory
may always be true to his teaching
and so grow daily in faith and goodness.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.

 

0815 MP for schools for the week of St Mungo’s feastday comes from St Monica’s, Milton.

their opening prayer reads:

‘Lord God, you called St Mungo to serve you and your people
in Glasgow, Hoddom and Wales
by his teaching of the Gospel and his living of it.
Grant that the pupils of our school, and young people throughout our city
may show the courage that Mungo had and enjoy his faith.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.

0823 St Mungo Day messages from Fr David Wallace, Chair of Glasgow Churches
Together and Dr Laurence Whitley, Minister of Glasgow Cathedral

0830 The 30 minute programme is repeated until 12 noon.

1200 SCO: we celebrate the appointment of Mgr McGhee as Bishop of Argyll and the Isles;
new Memorial Window for miners who died in local pit disasters.

1215 How blest are those
1235 Music Selection
1300 Music Selection
1800 SCO: as above
1815 How blest are those
1835 Music Selection
1900 Music Selection

2000: Evening Prayer for St Mungo’s Feast Day:

Psalm 62 ‘O God, you are my God, for you I long’ is followed by the prayer:

“Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, renew the thirst within us
for your presence and your kingdom, for love and compassion,
for justice and generosity, in this world and in the world that is coming.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you, In the unity of the Holy Spirit,
God, for ever and ever.
Amen.”

20.18 Magazine: Two approaches to the story of St Mungo and how he became important
to the people of Glasgow, by Dr John Davies of Glasgow University, and Dr Irene O’Brien,
Senior Archivist at the Mitchell Library.

2049 Night Prayer
2100 vespers: as above
2118 Magazine: as above
2149 Night Prayer
2200 archive music programme