11A – The Trinity

  1. The Creed
  2. The Holy Trinity
  3. God the Father and Creator

    By naming God as Creator the Christian community is explaining the why of creation not the how.  God created to share the love and goodness with every creature but in particular the humans who are created in God’s image.  Creation is a profound witness to God’s love and wisdom.

  4. Jesus the Son

    Jesus became human to show us how to live.  By following him we develop our human potential and become more God-like.  Jesus proclaims the reign of God and how we can follow his example in our care for others.

    Being Human

    The Consistent Ethic of Life

    Sacrament of Anointing

    • The sacrament of the sick has a long tradition within the Church and is a way Catholics reverence life.  It is a sacrament that may be received more than once.
    • This short Busted Halo video gives the background to who can receive the sacrament of the sick and when.
    • Anointing of the Sick: Catholic Central


  5. The Holy Spirit

    The Holy Spirit is the presence of God in our world and is active in every time and place as well as in the heart of every person.

  6. Support Resources for AS90819

    If you are being assessed to Achievement Standard 90819 these resources may be useful support material.


    Remember that these are resources that fit the generic title of the standard.  You should read the actual standard 90819, the national moderator’s report and the assessment task that your school has set.


    If there are articles you have found useful then please contact ncrs@tci.ac.nz with details so that we can share them.

Trinity Quiz

This quiz tests your knowledge of the Trinity Unit