Celtic Roundel3 jpegRadioalba schedule January 31st 2016

0800 MP for this week is led by Brendan Gill with music by the St Mungo Singers
including The Celtic Invocation and Psalm 114: ‘I walk with you, my Lord. Each day
be at my side.’ Noel Donnelly is the harpist.0815MP for schools this week is led by pupils from St Andrew’s Sec, Carntyne:

‘God, our loving Father, at the beginning of the day
we thank you for our families and our schools.
In this Jubilee Year of Mercy
let us grow in generosity to each other and to all whom we meet.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

This is Catholic Education Week so the Schools Intercessions include:

In Catholic Education Week, we pray for everyone involved in education,

young people, parents, and staff.

May we all enjoy this precious time and always be ready to use our knowledge

in bringing out the best in ourselves and others. Lord, hear us . . . . . . . . . . .


We pray for young people throughout the world who live in any kind of deprivation,
and who struggle for education.
we remember young people who are homeless or are refugees.
May they be given the courage, and the support that they need. Lord, hear us . . . . . . . . . . .


We thank God for the gift of education in faith,
for all schools who are educating body, mind and soul

And especially at present our own Glasgow schools Which enrich our lives

And prepare us to play a full part in the wider community. Lord, hear us…

The 30 minute of prayer is repeated every 30 minutes until 11.30.

1200 SCO: articles from the Scottish Catholic Observer include Peter Kairney’s

reflection on the Christmas story and the ongoing debate about faith and reason 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 is led by Annette Caracchi with music by the St Mungo
Singers, and Psalm 26: ‘The Lord is my light, the Lord is my help.’
The Evening Prayer opens with the traditional hymn: ‘Before we end our day, O Lord.’’
The Blessing is one taken from ‘Night Prayer’: May the Almighty Lord grant us a peaceful

night` and a perfect end. Amen.
2020: Magazine: Brendan Gillgives an account of the services at the St Mungoi Festival

and Annette Caracchi tells us about the schools taking part in the annual ‘Mungo’s

2049 Night Prayer
2100 vespers: as above
2118 Magazine: as above

2149 Night Prayer
2200 archive music programme