radioalba.org schedule for the week of the 11th October
Radio Alba majors on Morning, School, Evening and Night Prayer, and now has recorded Masses on Sunday, and Prayer from Glasgow Churches Together during the week. It introduces the Sunday and daily readings and, through our half-hour Magazine, draws attention to the good works that the Church and the churches are doing.
radioalba.org schedule for week beginning 11th October
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Morning Prayer with Oliver of the Glasgow Gaelic School
Canon Bob Hill: Canon Bob Hill reflects on the trap set for Jesus – and the tribute to Caesar
Notes for the daily readings from the Liturgical Calendar
A prayer for Peace with Noel Donnelly and Donald MacInnes with music by the St Mungo Singers
|12:00 18:00||Lunchtime / Teatime slot – 2 hours
12.00 / 18.00 GCT: Pope Francis and the UN
12.15 / 18.15: An excerpt from a Service from Glasgow Cathedral
12.30 / 18.30 Chatterbox
1.00 / 19.00: a concert with parish liturgical choirs
This week’s Specials will include:
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|11th October: the radioalba.org Mass of the 28th Sunday of the year comes from St Margaret’s, Lochgilphead and is led by Fr Ronald Campbell with music by the St Mungo Singers||30|
|Monday to Saturday
|Glasgow Churches Together presents the address by the Moderator at the conclusion of this year’s General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
music by the St Mungo Singers.
Chatterbox provides half an hour of news and views from around the churches. Then a concert by parish liturgical choirs.
|Sunday to Saturday
|In this week’s Magazine Fr Tom Magill reflects on the conclusion of the season of Creation last Sundayi; Margaret Roberts reads an address by Pope Francis on Prayer and on the prayer of King David; Fay Docherty reads a recent Vatican statement to the United Nations on the Rights of Women; then we have a statement by the Catholic Bishops of Scotland on the efforts made to keep us all safe and well in public worship; and we conclude with Fr Dermott Connolly and the Rich young Man of the Gospel.