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Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Prep

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Prep Christian Life Church Sacred Texts

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-

 

Amen, Sign of the Cross, Meditative prayer practices, including silence and stillness and lighting a candle.

 

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

 

Unit 4

Unit 5

 

Religion Curriculum

 

The Church A

The Risen Lord

Who Made the

Mary MacKillop

Jesus the Jew

Special Place

  • Jesus

World?

STNT2
STNT2

Characters &

BEWR1
BEWR1

Jesus was a Jew.

CHPG1
CHPG1

The

suffered, died and

BETR1
BETR1

God is creator

messages from the

  • New Testament-

Church building

rose again.

of all.

bible.

Stories about Jesus.

and rituals for

  • Creation

STCW1
STCW1
STCW1
STCW1

Jesus’

  • Jesus prayed and

believers.

Liturgical seasons.

Story.

Golden Rule.

taught others to pray.

  • Ways of

praying together.

  • Bible is a

STOT1
STOT1

Christians venerate

  • New

STNT1
STNT1

sacred book.

CLMF1
CLMF1

messages.

Jesus’

  • Special times in

God’s plan.

  • Prayer

the Bible.

STOT2
STOT2

Old

CLMF2
CLMF2

Making

the church (Christmas)

practices (candle,

Testament stories.

CLMF2
CLMF2

Making

Choices.

CLMJ1
CLMJ1

cross).

Testament,

God’s Plan.

Good news of Jesus.

Choices

 
 

Religious Life of the School

 

ICS1.1 Engaging

EFG1.3 Liturgical

SJS3.4 Investigating

ICE1.3 Using symbols

EFG1.3 Liturgical seasons

students in use of

seasons

ways to look after

of Mary MacKillop

PWP2.3 Using scriptural

local prayer sites

EFG1.3 Connections

the environment

SJA3.2

texts in prayer

ICS1.3 Establishing

between life, death

SJA2.1

Grandparents’ Day

PWP3.2 Approaches to

& maintaining sacred spaces in the classroom EFG1.2 Planning for prayer which is Christ centred PWP2.1 Modelling the sign of the cross PWP3.1 Diverse prayer experiences

& resurrection of Jesus & contemporary people & events PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer PWP2.9 Using the arts to enhance prayer experiences SJS2.1 Promoting a justice focus in prayer (Caritas)

Environmentally friendly practices SJR2.6 Locating & using resources by Catholic agencies to promote reflection on sustainability PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer

SJS2.1 Justice focus in class prayer EFG2.1 Christian culture of forgiveness EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop

meditation ICS3.2 Using the natural environment for prayer SJA1.5 SVDP Christmas Appeal

Mandated Sacred Texts-

 

Family- Stories of families that Jesus may have heard as a child- Genesis 37:1-36, 39:1-6, 41:15-44, 41:53-57, 42-26 Easter Story- Mark 16:1-8

Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Year One

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Year One Christian Life Church Sacred

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-

 

Hail Mary, Grace, Meditative prayer practices including closing eyes and praying with beads and music.

 

Unit 1

 

Unit 2

 

Unit 3

 

Unit 4

 

Unit 5

 

Religion Curriculum

 

Mary MacKillop

Jesus’ Mission

 

Creation

 

Belonging

Mary, Jesus’ Mother

CLMJ2
CLMJ2

Created in

BEWR2
BEWR2

Jesus’ Jewish

STOT3
STOT3

The Bible is

  • Sacraments of

STOT3
STOT3

The Bible is a

God’s Image

Life

a Sacred Book

Baptism & Eucharist

Sacred Book

CLPS3
CLPS3

Personal &

STCW2
STCW2

The Wisdom

CLMF3
CLMF3

God is

CHPG2
CHPG2

People in our

STNT3
STNT3

The Gospels tell

Communal prayer

of the Old

creator and

Parish

us about Jesus.

BETR3
BETR3

Jesus

Testament

sustainer of life

  • Personal &

STCW2
STCW2

Old Testament

Called People

BETR3
BETR3

Jesus’ Mission

CLMF3
CLMF3

God’s plan

Communal prayer

People

BEHE1
BEHE1

God’s Plan

& Ministry

for creation

BEWR2
BEWR2

Jesus’ Jewish

 
STNT3
STNT3

The Gospels

CLPS5
CLPS5

Meditative

family

Tell us About Jesus

Prayer

CLMJ2
CLMJ2

Created in

God’s Image

CLPS3 CLPS4
CLPS3
CLPS4

Marian Prayer We Honour

Mary

CLPS5
CLPS5

Meditative

Prayer

 

Religious Life of the School

 

ICE1.3 Using

EFG1.3 Connecting

SJS3.4 Applying

ICE1.5 Celebrating

PWP1.1 Teaching &

symbols of Mary MacKillop

the life of Jesus to contemporary

Christian stewardship to the

significant days in the parish

using traditional prayers

SJA3.2

people and events

school

community

PWP2.6 Emphasising a

Grandparents’

PWP3.4 Providing

environment

ICC2.6 Partnering

sense of the sacred

Day SJS2.1 Justice focus in class prayer EFG2.1 Christian culture of forgiveness EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop PWR2.1 Prayer rituals in school routines

opportunities for prayer PWR2.5 Prayerful, reflective practices SJS2.1 Promoting a justice focus in prayer (Caritas)

SJA2.1 Fostering environmentally friendly practices SJA2.3 Engaging with local environmental projects EFG3.1 Identifying & using scriptural texts to promote & support Christian values

with the local parish EFW3.1 Invite clergy & parish staff to participate in the everyday life of the school PWP2.5 Writing prayers PWP1.3 Identifying times & occasions for different types of prayer

during prayer times ICS3.2 Using the natural environment to promote a sense of the sacred EFG1.3 Connecting the life of Jesus to contemporary people and events

Mandated Sacred Texts-

 

God's plan for all Creation- Genesis 2:4b-8 15-23, Genesis 6:13-9:1,

 

God's action in the lives of the Hebrew people- Exodus 3:8-17 Sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist- Mark 14:22-25, Mark 1:9-11

Jesus' mission and ministry- Matthew 4:18-22, Mark 3:13-19 Life in the time of Jesus- Luke 2:41-47, Matthew 26:17-19 Mary, Mother of Jesus- Luke 1:26-28, Luke 1:39-42

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Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Beliefs
Beliefs

Year Two

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

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Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer- Prayers for forgiveness, including Acts of Contrition & Penitential Act; Meditative prayer practices, including centred breathing and attending to posture.

 

Unit 1

 

Unit 2

 

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 5

Unit 6

 

Religion Curriculum

 

Church History

   

Saying Sorry

Mary Mackillop

Teachings and

  • Purpose

The Life and

STOT4
STOT4

The

CHPG3
CHPG3

Church

community

All the World is Sacred

STCW3
STCW3

Wisdom

CLMF5
CLMF5

Unconditional

STCW3
STCW3

Actions of Jesus

Times of Jesus

follows

of the Saints

love, Choices &

The wisdom of the

and nature of

bible is a library

teachings &

BEHE2
BEHE2

Stewards

Reconciliation.

saints

Jesus’ mission

of books

actions of

Jesus

of God’s Creation

CLPS6
CLPS6

Prayers of

CHLS3
CHLS3

Sacrament

  • Old and

Purpose

and Nature of

  • New

New Testament

STNT4
STNT4

Testament

CHCH1
CHCH1

Parish

forgiveness.

of Penance.

BEWR3
BEWR3

Jewish

Jesus’ Mission

  • Books

The

community

CLPS7
CLPS7

Meditative

  • The primary

Church

BETR4
BETR4

Purpose

CLPS6
CLPS6

Prayer

People are a

source of God’s

Community

and Nature of

Participating in

CLMJ3
CLMJ3

God’s plan

covenant people.

self-revelation is

draws from the

Jesus’ Mission

personal &

for creation

  • Gods’

the New

teaching of

communal Prayer

relationship with the Jewish People

Jesus

  • Prayers of

forgiveness.

 

Religious Life of the School

 

EFG1.3

SJS3.4 Applying

ICC2.2

ICE1.3 Using

SJA3.2

Grandparents’

EFG1.3 Connecting

SJS2.1

Connecting the life of Jesus to contemporary people and

Christian stewardship to the school environment

Developing a culture committed to reconciliation

symbols of Mary MacKillop

the life of Jesus to contemporary people and events ICC3.2 Promoting a

Promoting a justice focus in prayer (Caritas) EFG3.1 Using

events

SJA2.1 Fostering

EFG2.1

Day

spirit of Christian

scriptural texts

ICC2.6

environmentally

Developing a

SJS2.1 Justice

hospitality to all

to support

Connecting with the parish

friendly practices SJA2.3 Engaging

culture of forgiveness and

focus in class prayer

EFG3.1 Using scriptural texts to

Christian values of the school

community

with local

reconciliation

EFG2.1

support Christian

PWR2.2

through prayer

environmental

Christian

values of the school

Promoting use

PWP1.2

projects

culture of

PWP2.6

of sacred

Identifying times

EFG3.1 Identifying

forgiveness

Emphasising a

spaces

for different

& using scriptural

EFG3.4

sense of the sacred

PWP2.5

forms of prayer

texts to promote

Writings of

during prayer times

Writing prayers

PWR2.2

& support

Mary MacKillop

Promoting use of sacred space

Christian values

Mandated Sacred Texts-

 
 

Loving relationships with God, others and creation- Luke 10:25-37, Matthew 22:34-40 Covenant in the Old Testament- Genesis 17:1-8; 15-19; 21-22

 
Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Year Three

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Year Three Christian Life Church Sacred

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-

 

Prayers of Thanksgiving, Prayers of Praise, Glory Be, Meditative Prayer Practices, including guided mediation &

mindful listening.

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 5

 

Religion Curriculum

Prayer and

Me, Myself and My

Heroes of the Past

Mary Mackillop

Jesus and His Great

Ritual

Church

BEWR4
BEWR4
STCW4
STCW4

Commandment

CLPS8
CLPS8
CHLS4
CHLS4

Jewish People’s

Wisdom of prayers

BETR5
BETR5

Understanding

Sacraments of

Relationship with

attributed to the

Jesus is the Messiah

the features of

Initiation

God

Saints

STNT7
STNT7

prayers

CHPG4
CHPG4
CHCH2
CHCH2
CLMJ4
CLMJ4

Understanding Gospels

CLPS9
CLPS9

Key features of our

Significant person in

Concern for the poor

CLMJ4
CLMJ4

Participate

local diocese

our parish

& disadvantaged

Jesus’ Great

respectfully in

BEHE3
BEHE3
CLMF6
CLMF6
CLPS8
CLPS8

Commandment

mediative prayer

Order and harmony arise from diversity

Making Moral Decisions

STOT6
STOT6

Prayer nurtures the life of believers

STNT8
STNT8

Exploring the New Testament

Different ways of portraying God

 

Religious Life of the School

 

SJS2.1

ICC2.1 Encouraging

ICC2.6 Nurture

ICE1.3 Using symbols

SJA3.2

ICC3.2 Promoting

Promoting a justice focus in

parents to participate in the sacramental

connections with the

of Mary MacKillop

Christian hospitality & social courtesy

prayer (Caritas)

program

Wider church

Grandparents’ Day

EFG1.4 Creating a

PWP1.1

ICC2.4 Recognising &

community

SJS2.1 Justice focus

culture that reflects the

Traditional

supporting everyday

EFG2.1 Developing

in class prayer

life of Jesus

prayers

moments in our lives

a culture of

EFG2.1 Christian

PWP2.1 Gestures used

PWP2.1

EFG2.3 Opportunities

forgiveness and

culture of

in prayer celebrations

Gestures used in prayer celebrations

for all to understand traditions & practices & their connection with

reconciliation EFW2.3 Witnessing the school values at

forgiveness EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop

PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer & worship

PWP2.5

Jesus

external events

PWP1.2 Identifying

SJA1.5 Promoting the

Creating prayers

PWP2.2 Taking time to prepare for prayer experiences EFF2.2 Celebrating diversity within the school community

appropriate prayers to suit time & place PWP3.2 Christian meditation

activities of Catholic justice & peace agencies

Mandated Sacred Texts- The life and teachings of Jesus- Luke 4:16-21

 

Images of God in the Old Testament- Isaiah 49:15-16 God's relationships with the Jewish people- Genesis 28:10-22 Prayers of thanksgiving and praise- Psalm 28;1, 6-9 Jesus the Messiah- Matthew 1:18-2:12

 
Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Year Four

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Year Four Christian Life Church Sacred

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

 

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-

 

Prayers of Blessing, Prayers of Petition and Intercession, Litanies, Meditative Prayer Practices, including praying

with the help of colour and mandalas.

 
 

Unit 1

 

Unit 2

 

Unit 3

 

Unit 4

 

Unit 5

 

Religion Curriculum

 
 

Prayer and

 

Who is God in the Bible?

Mary Mackillop

 

Religion in

Making Choices

Sacraments

  • Text types in the

CHCH3
CHCH3

First

Palestine

STCW5
STCW5

St Paul’s

CHLS5
CHLS5

Sacraments

Old Testament

 

Catholics

BEWR5
BEWR5

First

teachings

of Healing and

  • Bible referencing in

  • Experiences

Century Palestine

BEHE4
BEHE4

Experiences of

Forgiveness

Old Testament

 

of Community

 

STNT10

Key

community

CLPS10

Prayers of

  • Text types in New

  • Christians

locations in the

CHPG5
CHPG5

Church

petition &

Testament

 

are caring

bible

community

intercession

STNT10

Language features

CLPS11
CLPS11

Prayer

CLPS11
CLPS11

Prayer

CLMF7 CLMF8
CLMF7
CLMF8

Morality

CLPS11
CLPS11

Prayer

in stories

nurtures the lives

nurtures the lives

Decalogue

nurtures the lives of

STNT11

Bible referencing

of believers

 

of believers

 

believers

 

in New Testament

   
CLPS12
CLPS12
CLPS12
CLPS12

Meditative

BETR6
BETR6

Trinity

Meditative

Prayer

 

Prayer

 

Religious Life of the School

 

ICC2.2 Developing a culture committed to

PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in

ICE1.3 Using symbols of Mary MacKillop

PWP3.2 Christian meditation

EFG2.1 Developing a culture of forgiveness

reconciliation

prayer & worship

SJA3.2

PWP2.1 Gestures

and reconciliation

EFG2.1 Developing a culture of forgiveness and reconciliation PWP1.2 Identifying appropriate prayers to suit time & place PWP2.1 Gestures used in prayer celebrations PWP3.2 Christian meditation PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer & worship

Grandparents’ Day SJS2.1 Justice focus in class prayer EFG2.1 Christian culture of forgiveness EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop

used in prayer celebrations PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer & worship

ICC2.6 Nurture connections with the Wider church community SJA1.5 Promoting the activities of Catholic justice & peace agencies

Mandated Sacred Texts-

 

Jewish community in the time of Jesus- Luke 10:25-37

 

Jesus' healing ministry- Mark 10:46-52, Luke 18:35-43 Church community- Acts 2:42-47, Acts 4:32-37

Prayers of blessing, petition and intercession- Psalm 148 Living in loving relationship with God, others and all of creation- Exodus 20:1-17, Deuteronomy 5:1-21 Old Testament text types- Genesis 1:1 - 2:4a

Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Year Five

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Year Five Christian Life Church Sacred

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

Explicit Teaching About Prayer-

 

Marian Prayers including Hail Mary, Litany of Mary of Nazareth and Rosary. Meditative Prayer Practices,

including praying with Rosary Beads.

 

Unit 1

 

Unit 2

 

Unit 3

 

Unit 4

 

Unit 5

 

Religion Curriculum

 

Pioneering

 

The Action Of The

 

Unlocking the Texts

 

Who is Mary?

 

What is a

Catholics

Holy Spirit in the

STOT9
STOT9

Psalms

STNT13

Using Biblical

Covenant?

Preservers Of The

Lives of The

STNT12

Comparing

tools

  • Formation

Faith

Believers

and contrasting the

STNT12

Comparing

of conscience

  • Pioneering

  • The Holy

Beatitudes

and contrasting

  • Golden Rule

Catholics

Spirit

STNT13

Using

infancy narratives

CLPS15
CLPS15

Prayer

  • Wisdom of

  • Gifts and

Biblical tools

BEWR6

Connecting

rituals and routines

Saints Mary

Fruits of the Spirit

 

Mary to her Jewish

  • Community

MacKillop

STNT13

Using

tradition

of Believers

  • Community

Biblical tools

CHPG6
CHPG6

Titles and

STNT12

Beatitudes

of Believers

  • Gifts and

images of Mary

 

Fruits informing our conscience

CLPS14 CLPS15
CLPS14
CLPS15

Marian prayer Praying the

 

Rosary

 

Religious Life of the School

 

ICE1.3 Using symbols of Mary MacKillop SJA3.2 Grandparents’

ICC3.1 Promoting Christian hospitality &

SJS3.5 School wide programs focussing on quality

PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in prayer & worship

EFG2.1 Developing a culture of forgiveness and reconciliation

Day

welcome

relationships-

ICE3.6 Use of Mary

SJA1.5 Promoting

SJS2.1 Justice focus

ICS2.4

Buddies

iconography,

activities of Catholic

in class prayer EFG2.1 Christian

Incorporating student art into

SJA1.5 Promoting activities of Catholic

sculpture & art ICC2.6 Connecting

justice & peace agencies

culture of

communal spaces

justice & peace

with the parish

PWP2.1 Gestures used

forgiveness

EFG3.3

agencies

community

in prayer celebrations

EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop

Introducing Christian joy &

PWP2.3 Using scriptural texts in

through prayer & liturgy

PWP3.3 Using symbols in prayer experiences

EFF3.3 Utilising

hope into

prayer & worship

EFF3.1 Expressing

EFG1.4 Create a

resources that nurture an appreciation of Spiritual charisms

celebrations

PWP3.1 Diverse experiences of prayer

spiritual awareness through the Arts

cultures which reflects the life of Jesus Christ (outreach & forgiveness)

Mandated Sacred Texts- The action of the Holy Spirit in the lives of the believers- Acts 2:1-15, Galatians 5:22-23, 1 Corinthians 2:9-13

Significance of personal and communal prayer and worship- Luke 1:46-56, Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 11:13-21, Numbers

Mary's role as mother of Jesus and mother of the Church- Luke 1:39-45 Christian charity (love)- John 15:9-17

 

Gospel writers shaped their Gospels for particular communities- Infancy narratives in the Gospels of Matthew and

 
Beliefs
Beliefs

Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units

Seniors

Christian Life

Church
Church

Sacred Texts

Beliefs Our Lady of Lourdes Sunnybank 2014 Religion Curriculum Units Seniors Christian Life Church Sacred Texts

Religious Identity and Culture

Evangelisation & Faith Formation

Christian Prayer

Social Action & Justice

 

Explicit Teaching About Prayer- Lord’s Prayer, Meditative Prayer, including The Examen; Meditative Prayer Practices, including prayer journaling.

 

Unit 1

 

Unit 2

 

Unit 3

 

Unit 5

 

Unit 4

 

Religion Curriculum

 
 

Mary

The Catholic Church in

 

Just Leadership

 

Graduating With Spirit

 

The Power of

MacKillop

the Land Down Under

 

STOT10

Messages of the

STNT14

The Holy Spirit

Words

STCW8
STCW8
  • Works of mercy

Prophets

guided the writers of

STNT16

Three

Writings of

and Catholic social

STOT11

Writings of old

scripture.

Worlds of the

Religious

teaching

testament prophets

STNT15

Images and

Text

Orders

  • Believers live their

  • Believers live their

titles of Jesus

BETR9
BETR9

The Creeds

CLMF11

Moral

faith

faith in a just world

  • Jesus’

and the Trinity

Choice

  • Key Catholic

  • Just leadership,

relationship to God

CLPS19
CLPS19

Prayer &

CLMJ8
CLMJ8

Christian people and

Catholic social teaching and

and humanity

Spirituality

Concern for

groups shape Australian

Jesus’ "New Law"

  • The Mass &

 

the Common

society

CLMF10

New

Eucharist

 

Good

CLMJ7
CLMJ7

Changes in the

commandment & corporal

  • The Church’s

CLPS19
CLPS19

Prayer

Catholic Church

works of mercy

Liturgical Year

& Spirituality

CLPS17
CLPS17

Prayer and

CLPS17
CLPS17

Prayer and

CLPS17
CLPS17

Prayer and

 

Spirituality

spirituality

Spirituality

 

Religious Life of the School

ICE1.3 Using

ICC2.2 Developing a

ICC1.6 Infusing the gospel into

ICC2.4 Recognising &

EFG3.1 Identifying

symbols of Mary MacKillop

culture committed to reconciliation &

leadership programs EFG2.1 Developing a culture of

celebrating everyday moments

& using scriptural texts to support

SJA3.2

quality relationships

forgiveness and reconciliation

EFW2.3 Witnessing

Christian values of

Grandparents’

SJS2.1 Promoting a

EFW2.3 Witnessing the school

the school values at

the school

Day SJS2.1 Justice focus in class prayer EFG2.1 Christian culture of forgiveness EFG3.4 Writings of Mary MacKillop

justice focus in prayer (Caritas) SJA1.5 Promoting the resources of Catholic justice & peace agencies SJA3.3 Encouraging student-initiated justice projects

values at external events EFF1.2 Providing faith formation for student leaders SJA1.5 Promoting the resources of Catholic justice & peace agencies SJA3.3 Encouraging student- initiated justice projects PWP2.3 Using scripture in prayer & worship

external events EFG1.2 Planning for prayer and worship that is Christ centred & linked to Liturgical Year PWP2.5 Creating prayers to use in celebrations

PWP1.1 The words of traditional prayers PWP2.3 Using scripture in prayer & worship

Mandated Sacred Texts-

 
 

Old Testament Prophets: Key messages and contexts- 1 Samuel 3:1-4:1a

 
 

Spiritual and corporal works of mercy- Matthew 25:31-46

Jesus' new law- Matthew 5:17

Significance of celebrations in the lives of believers- Leviticus 23:1-44