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The schedule for the week 24th April

8.00: Morning Prayer for the 5th week of Easter is led by Stephen Eric Smyth with music by the St Mungo Singers, Jane McKenna on the organ, Noel Donnelly on the harp and cantor Grace Buckley on Ps 62. The Morning Prayer begins with a verse from the Canticle from the Letter to the Ephesians: Blessed be God the Father.

08.15 Cara leads us in a young person’s Morning Prayer supported by music from Catriona Glen. Fr David Wallace, Chair of Glasgow Churches Together, gives a short reflection for Eastertide. Then Marie McNeil leads us in a prayer for people who are sick and for those who support them.
This 30 minutes program is repeated every half hour until 12.00 noon.

At 12.00: from the Scottish Catholic Observer: the Mass launching the Paisley Synod. The Scots link with Ecuador, devastated by earthquake. The Pope speaking to Scots seminarians at the 4th centenary of the Scots College, Rome. And a new film on children helped by ‘Mary’s Meals’ – “Generation Hope.”
12.15 : a short service reflecting on God’s goodness seen in the lives of our deceased relatives and friends and on the promise and hope of eternal life through the resurrection of Jesus.
Archive music until:
6.00p.m. news from the Scottish Catholic Observer as above.
8.00: Evening Prayer is led by Stephen Eric Smyth and Jean Swinbank with music by The St Mungo Singers, and organist Jane McKenna.
8.25: a Magazine program on the first Lady Doctor in Scotland (from ‘The Light of the North’) and an account of a painting of St Margaret by Brendan Berry.

About Radio Alba

banner6 christian is sponsored by Glasgow Churches Together and by the music committee of the Archdiocese of Glasgow. We welcome contributions gladly and are particularly keen on promoting material from schools as we  continue to develop our service to the community.Shortly we will celebrate two years of providing Morning Prayers, School Morning Prayers, Evening and Night Prayers, prayers for those who mourn, prayers for peace, and a steady flow of news from such as the Scottish Catholic Observer, Life and Work, Sciaf, Open House, Flourish, Mary’s Meals, Vocation Justice, Justice and Peace Scotland, the Comboni Mission magazine, the Focolari, ‘The Light of the North,’ and others . . . .

Morning Prayer for parishes is at 8.00 daily and
Morning Prayer for Schools is at 8.15.
Any time left over until 8.30 is filled with short reflections or  music.

The 30 minutes Morning Prayer section is repeated every half hour until noon.
How Blest are Those: At Noon there is a short service for people praying for their dead.  This is repeated at 6.00 p.m.
Evening Hour at 8 p.m. Evening Prayer, followed by a short Magazine with news and reviews until 8.50 p.m. when we have a Night Prayer.
This hour long program is repeated from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. christian  can be accessed

If you have a contribution to make then please get in touch through the website.

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