Posted in 4/5 HRE2O Religion

HRE2O Lesson Plans June 7

You will finish the activity we had just started yesterday on The Sacraments.  After you have read your assigned section and answered the questions, you are to provide your answers to your group and they are to note what you have found.  By the end of class you should all have notes on the seven sacraments.

Please read the following section and answer the questions provided to complete the questions provided below.

Answer the following for each of the sections below:

a.) What does this sacrament celebrate?
b.) What is the meaning of this sacrament?
c.) What are some key words and symbols that are connected to this sacrament
d.) What is the ongoing effect ( continued relationship with God and others)
e.) What type of sacrament is this, either (Initiation, healing or service of communion)

The Sacraments Reading Assignments

1.) Read pages 127- 152
2.) Read pages 158-172
3.) Read pages 178-203
4.) Read pages 210-233
5.) Read pages 238 – 255
6.) Read pages 260 – 280
7.) Read pages 285 -301


Posted in 4/5 HRE2O Religion

HRE2O How to Love – Updated 

This project began on Valentine’s Day of this year. 

“The day will come when, after harnessing space, the winds, the tides, and gravitation, we shall harness for God the energies of love. And on that day, for the second time in the history of the world, we shall have discovered fire.”
– Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

The principle of The Five Love Languages can be applied to ALL our relationships.  As an ongoing project in the course we will identify key people in our lives, discern their love languages and act upon those insights to treat them with love in their language.  In this way we can become skilled in these languages to ignite and stoke the fire Teilhard de Chardin speaks of.  A candle loses none of its flame by lighting another!

Here are some pics of outcomes. 

Day 2:


Who knows how far these will ripple into time and space?