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The Sacraments of Initiation

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Reanna Becaro

on 3 March 2015

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Transcript of The Sacraments of Initiation

What are the sacraments of initiation?
The sacraments of initiation are Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.
Baptism is when we are born into new life in Christ. It takes away original sin and makes us members of the church. A symbol of baptism is water.
A symbol of Baptism is Water
The next sacrament of initiation is Confirmation. Confirmation seals our faith in Jesus. Its signs are the laying on of the hands and the oil (chrism).
A symbol of Confirmation
The Sacraments of Initiation
The Sacraments of Initiation
Water represents the pouring of the water. Water is a sign of cleansing and renewal
Oil is not only a sign of confirmation, but also a symbol of strength,
beauty, health and healing. It's used to cleanse and increase flexibility.
The Eucharist nourishes our life of faith. We receive the Body and Blood of Christ from the Eucharist.
A symbol of the Eucharist
Bread and Wine is a symbol of the Eucharist. Bread and wine is a symbol showing that we want to share what we have with one another. That we are in peace with one another.
Another symbol of Baptism
The white Garment is also a symbol of Baptism, when the person first comes out of the waters during Baptism.
Another symbol of Confirmation
The laying on of the hands is another symbol of confirmation, a gift of the holy spirit. It represents strength, support and encouragement.
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This concludes the journey throughout the sacraments of initiation.
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