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n.1.See Saker.
v. t.1.To consecrate; to make sacred.
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HUGH Griffiths ("No say for humanists in religious education," March 9) argues that because Humanists are non-religious or even anti-religious they should have no place on SACREs, designed as they are to advise on "the nature and detail of religious education.
SACREs therefore need Humanist involvement to help them support schools in this regard; the alternative is another committee
NOT many people know this but SACREs (Standing Advisory Councils on Religious Education) are the bodies in England and Wales responsible for advising local authorities and schools on matters connected with legally required RE and collective worship.