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 20th August
The Morning half-hour 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: A Morning Prayer for the Young s led today by Adam and Kerry of St Bridgid’s, Toryglen with music by Catriona Glen and children of St Mirrin’s, Kingspark.
08.20: Canon Bob Hill comments on the Gospel for the 27th August, with the dialogue at Caesarea Philippi – ‘who do you say I am.’
08.25: A prayer for the sick is led today by Anne Marie Boyle.
12.00 noon: The Scottish Catholic Observer looks at the millionaire ex-banker who is calling on the government to force religions to accept woman priests, and we speak to special guest Gerard Gough from Missio Scotland on the Catholic charity’s work in Uganda.
12.15: A service for those who are bereaved.
12.30 – 6.00: archive music
1800: The Scottish Catholic Observer looks at the millionaire ex-banker who is calling on the government to force religions to accept woman priests,
and we speak to special guest Gerard Gough from Misso Scotland on the Catholic charity’s work in Uganda.
18.15: A service for those who are bereaved.
The Evening Hour (Evening Prayer, Magazine and Night Prayer) at 20.00 is repeated at 21.00 and 22.00.
20.00: Evening Prayer this week is led in turn Gerry Fitzpatrick and Dermot and Sandra Lamb, with music by The St Mungo Singers with Noel Donnelly on harp and Jane McKenna and Jacqueline Barrett on the organ.
20.21: Magazine halfhour: Joe Docherty reminds us of the international day of remembrance of the Slave Trade which falls on the 23rd August; then he reads ‘A Just Society comes at a price’: by Chris McDonnell from the Catholic TImes; from Life and Work Brendan Berry reads Ron Ferguson’s reflection “Rumours of God’s death are greatly exaggerated” and then tells a summer story: Glory be to God for dappled things.” Joseph MacTaggart gives us an article from the Magazine ‘Vocation for Justice, and we end with a few words from Pope Francis on caring for one another.
20.50: There is a different Night Prayer each evening this week.