radioalba.org schedule for the week of the 24th November
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radioalba.org 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.
from 7.00 a.m. radioalba.org provides lots of prayer ( Morning Prayers, school prayers ( this week A Morning Prayer for Catholic Education Week led by Julia, Kirstie and Cara with music by Catriona Glen. Evening and Night Prayers), bible commentaries and news both in the morning and the evening. Special items this week can be found daily at 7.20 (and hourly till noon) as ‘Canon Bob Hill comments on the Gospel for the 1st Sunday of Advent – the celebration of the Two Comings of Christ. ‘and we can hear a short introduction to the daily readings from the Lectionary. Then at 7.26 (and hourly) a prayer from the Church of England before the General Election. At 7.30: (and hourly) In our Magazine Denis McBride shows how the prologue to Mark’s Gospel shapes our understanding of the whole Gospel. Marian Pallister of Justice and Peace, Scotland, speaks about the empty shoes of the homeless and the destitute. Finally from Africa Magazine Dermot Connolly speaks of ‘Hands on Healing.
The Lunchtime Hour at 12.00 includes news, prayer with the Bereaved, a program on Entry Songs for Advent and Christmas – with the Gospel Verse of the Epiphany, and finally some Music from Taize. (repeated at 18.00)
The Evening Hour at 20.00 (repeated at 21.00 and 22.00) includes Vespers, Magazine and Night Prayer
Prayer before the Election
|“Lord, we give thanks for the privileges and responsibilities of living in a democratic society.
Give us wisdom to play our part at election time, that, through the exercise of each vote,
your Kingdom may come closer.
Protect us from the sins of despair and cynicism,
guard us against the idols of false utopias
and strengthen us to make politics a noble calling that serves the common good of all.
We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ Our Lord. Amen.
“May the Lord bless us,