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Boston St Mary's RC Primary Academy


Boston's Catholic School

Religious Education

March

Topic 6: Lent/Easter - Death and New Life

For Christians, it is through the Life, Death and Resurrection of Jesus that new life begins. He reveals the way to eternal life for us and so a new life begins here and now, a life which will culminate in future glory.  The Lenten journey is one which takes us to the glory of Easter Sunday, from death to new life.  We explore the Big Question: Can any good come from loss and death?

 

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February

Topic 5: Eucharist - Unity

We will be discussing the importance of unity and what it means to be in union with Christ and with one another.  For Christians, communion has a significant meaning.  To receive communion means being in union with Jesus Christ and with one another.  It means breaking and sharing the consecrated Bread which Catholics believe is the Body of Christ. To celebrate Eucharist means community.  It challenges believers to ask, ‘Can I share this Eucharist if I do nothing to help my brother or sister who is hungry?’ ‘Can I partake of this communion if I refuse to forgive a wrong?’

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January

Topic 4: Local Church - Community

Over the next few weeks we will learn about how the Bible is a special book for the Church and for Christians.  We will be answering the Big Question - Are books enriching?  In this topic, we will learn more about the different books of the Bible, as the story of God's love and how they are told by the People of God.

The Bible is the story, spread over more than two thousand years, of God’s love and how God’s people responded to that love. There are all sorts of people – good, bad and indifferent – just as in the world today. God showed his love for them by wonderful deeds and each responded in a special way. There are all kinds of writings and the authors

all wanted to tell us one thing: the truth about God. All of them were inspired by the Holy Spirit when they were writing. This is why the church family believes that the Holy Spirit is also the author of the Bible.

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