Sacrament Strand Hakarameta
HE KARAKIA MO TE KAIAKO
A TEACHER’S PRAYER
E Te Atua tapu rawa, e kitea ana te tapu, i ahu mai i a koe, i roto i te tangata, i runga hoki i te whenua. Poua te mau-mahara me te whakaaronui ki roto i ahau: – ina matakitaki i te ao miharo nei, me hoki nga whakaaro ki a koe, – ina titiro atu ki nga tamariki nei, me hoki nga whakaaro ki a koe, i roto i nga arohatanga ki te whanau me hoki nga whakaaro ki a koe, engari, moku nei, paiherea atu ki a koe, e te Atua tapu rawa, kia tapu hoki ahau.
O God most holy One, Your holiness can be seen in every person and every place. Remind me of it – so that I am reminded of you – In the beauty of the world about me – In the faces of the children in my class – In the love I share with my family and friends and most of all, deep within my own being, so that I may be connected to you, my most holy God.
1. There are 7 sacraments - Baptism, Reconciliation, Eucharist, Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders, and Anointing of the Sick
2. Each sacrament has its own symbols and rituals
3. Sacraments are a sign of God’s grace in the world and in us.
4. Sacraments relate to your life journey (te wa)
Things to Consider for Planning and Discussion
Vocabulary – Wall Dictionary
Attitudes – Prayers
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