GRADE 7: This Is My Beloved Son—Jesus Christ
The word Incarnation refers to the fact that the Second Person of the Trinity became man. Jesus is God made flesh. The Incarnation means that between God and us there is now a mediator, who is Emmanuel, “God with us.” As the Son of God, Jesus can speak for God. As man, Jesus can speak for us. Jesus became man so that he could live among us and be our Savior. In doing so, he taught us what it means to be truly human. Jesus is the great educator in humanity. From him we can learn the most important things we need to know in order to be truly alive.
Grade 7 Meeting Time: Tuesdays from 6:15-7:30
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Grade 7 Homework
Grade 7 students are responsible for learning all of the material in each unit, even if we do not have the opportunity to cover it in class. This will require them to independently read the chapters in their book and make note of the vocabulary terms that are introduced in each chapter in order to complete their homework. A good review of the material in each unit can be found on the Grade 7 homeschool page, where links to study guides that identify the key concepts covered in each session and interactive session reviews are posted. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of these resources if you are having trouble finding the answers in the book.
Each Unit Assessment includes multiple-choice, fill in the blank and short answer questions and must be completed online at our Homework website. However, you may download and print a pdf copy to help you answer the questions.
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NATIONAL FRIENDS OF THE POOR® WALK Saturday, September 28th @ 9:00 am - 10:00, Saint Patrick Parish Help support the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at Saint Patrick Parish! Join us for a one-mile walk up and down Main Street in Stoneham to support the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The cost to register as a walker is $10 and all proceeds will go directly to the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Saint Patrick Parish. The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides food and other emergency assistance to local residents. The people they help are your neighbors & friends. Just think [more]