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 3rd January 2021
|Daily Times||Tune in to||Duration (minutes)|
week: Morning Prayers for the week of the Epiphany
Morning Prayer for school: Our Lady of the Rosary Primary with some music for St Michael’s Parkhead.
Canon Bob Hill looks ahead to the Gospel for the Baptism of the Lord
Introductions to the daily readings at Mass by Margaret Chapman from the Liturgical Calendar
A blessing of the sick in this time of Pandemic led by Frs Gerry Fitzpatrick and Brendan Murtagh
Magazine: Fr Tom Magill; Donald MacInnes; and Catherine Walker.
|12:00 18:00||Lunchtime / Teatime slot – 2 hours
Sunday: 12.00 / 18.00 The radioalba Mass for the Epiphany and for Justice and Peace Sunday is led by Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick with readers Jean Swinbank and John Murphy, cantor Grace Buckley, and with music by the St Mungo Singers
Monday-Saturday 12.00 / 18.00 Glasgow Churches Together and the start of a new year wit Chris Foxon
12.15 / 18.15: Jean Swinbank and praying for families.12.30 / 18.30 Chatterbox
1.00 / 19.00: Music
1.30 /19.30 Music
This week’s Specials will include:
|Times||Tune in to||Duration (minutes)|
|The radioalba Mass for the Epiphany and for Justice and Peace Sunday is led by Fr Gerry Fitzpatrick with readers Jean Swinbank and John Murphy, cantor Grace Buckley, and with music by the St Mungo Singers.||30|
|Monday to Saturday
|23rd November: 12.00: 18.00: Rev Chris Foxon, chair of Glasgow Churches Together, leads us in prayer at the start of the New Year
12.15: 18.15: Praying for families
12/30: 18.30: In Chatterbox Liz Adam provides half an hour of news and views from around the churches.
1.00: 19.00: music
1.30: 19.30: music
|Sunday to Saturday
|Fr Tom Magill reflects on this year’s ‘different Christmas;” Donald MacInnes reads the Pope’s Christmas Message; Catherine Walker passes on to us the Pope’s message to the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch; John Murphy reads the letter from Bishop Nolan on the day of prayer for Justice and Peace, and Sara Tannouri reports for Doctors without Borders in Beirut, Lebanon.||30|