Hodder Education
Spirit and Life: Religious Education Directory for Catholic Schools Key Stage 3 Book 1
Hodder Education
Spirit and Life: Religious Education Directory for Catholic Schools Key Stage 3 Book 1
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This title has received an Imprimatur and has been endorsed by the Catholic Education Service for the new RED.

Encourage students to engage with Catholic Religious Education at Key Stage 3 and enable them to understand, discern and respond to key concepts and ideas.

This accessible Student Book has been written by experienced teachers and diocesan advisors to support the new Religious Education Directory (RED).

- Easily deliver engaging lessons with in-depth content and ready-made tasks for each branch of learning within the new curriculum
- Teach with confidence, whatever your level of expertise, with comprehensive and reliable guidance to support both specialists and non-specialists
- Build students' knowledge with clear content coverage, including topic overviews, annotated extracts from scripture and clear explanations of key terms
- Deepen understanding and help students to engage critically with the content by working through the 'Understand', 'Discern' and 'Respond' tasks throughout
- Consolidate previous learning with links between topics highlighted to encourage students to revisit and recap what they have already covered

Title Page
How to use this book
Chapter 1 Creation and covenant
1.1 What do Catholics believe about God?
1.2 What is revelation? How can people know about God?
1.3 The creation accounts in Genesis
1.4 What do the creation accounts teach Catholics about God?
1.5 Artwork inspired by creation
1.6 Is there a conflict between religion and science?
1.7 Stewardship
1.8 Catholic Social Teaching
1.9 What is environmental ethics?
1.10 The life of a faithful steward: Dorothy Stang
Chapter 2 Prophecy and promise
2.1 What is special revelation?
2.2 How can the Bible be understood?
2.3 How do Christians navigate the Bible?
2.4 How do Catholics make sense of scripture?
2.5 What is the relationship between sacred scripture and sacred tradition?
2.6 How do Christians show their reverence for the Bible?
2.7 How do Christians use the Bible in prayer and worship?
2.8 How does the Bible influence people’s lives?
Chapter 3 Galilee to Jerusalem
3.1 What are the ‘basics’ about Jesus?
3.2 What is the Incarnation?
3.3 What is meant by ‘Son of God’?
3.4 What is meant by the ‘Holy Trinity’?
3.5 What is heresy?
3.6 What is meant by ‘Christ’, ‘Messiah’ and ‘Son of David’?
3.7 What is meant by ‘Lord’?
3.8 What is meant by ‘Son of Man’?
3.9 How is the Mass a trinitarian expression of lex orandi, lex credendi?
3.10 How is Jesus the model of holiness?
Chapter 4 Desert to garden
4.1 What is the connection between Passover, the Last Supper and the Eucharist?
4.2 What is the Paschal mystery?
4.3 What are the Sacraments and why are they important to Catholics?
4.4 How is the Mass structured?
4.5 Why is the Eucharist important to Catholics and how is this demonstrated?
4.6 How do Catholics show respect and adoration to the Blessed Sacrament?
4.7 How should the Eucharist impact the lives of Catholics?
4.8 How do beliefs about the Eucharist differ in other Christian denominations?
4.9 How has the Eucharist impacted the lives of people throughout history?
4.10 Can Catholics always go to Mass?
Chapter 5 To the ends of the earth
5.1 What do Catholics believe about the Holy Spirit?
5.2 What beliefs about the Holy Spirit are in the Nicene Creed?
5.3 Why did Luke write his Gospel?
5.4 The Holy Spirit in Luke’s Gospel
5.5 What happened at Pentecost?
5.6 What are the symbols of the Holy Spirit?
5.7 Artistic expressions of Pentecost
5.8 What do Catholics mean by ‘the Church’?
5.9 The Sacrament of Confirmation
5.10 The gifts and the fruits of the Holy Spirit
5.11 A Spirit-led Catholic Charismatic movement
Chapter 6 Dialogue and encounter
6.1 What do we mean by ‘dialogue and encounter’?
6.2 What happened at the Council of Jerusalem?
6.3 Why was Paul so concerned about the instructions given to the gentiles?
6.4 What are Ecumenical Church Councils?
6.5 Why was the Second Council of Nicaea (AD787) called?
6.6 Who are Eastern Orthodox Christians?
6.7 Why was the Council of Trent (1545–63) called?
6.8 Who are Anglican and Baptist Christians?
6.9 What caused the wave of Western iconoclasm?
6.10 What is the Cult of Saints?
6.11 What was the Second Vatican Council?
6.12 What is Ecumenism?
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