Thursday, 25 October 2018

Sacrament Strand T4 2018

 Sacrament Strand       Hakarameta
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.

Key Ideas

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
Achievement Aims
Achievement Objectives
Vocabulary – Wall Dictionary
Attitudes – Prayers
 Home - School
Link to Dominican Charisms

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