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The Seven Sacraments

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Jacob Browne

on 22 August 2013

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The Seven Sacraments
Baptism
Reconciliation
Eucharist
Anointing of the Sick
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Holy Water
Font
Stole
Baptism
Description
Baptism is normally the first sacrament you take in your life. It symbolizes spiritual cleansing and becoming a step closer to God. Baptism is where the Priest puts the you in the font (A bath looking bowl) and cleans you in Holy Water. You cannot have Eucharist or Confirmation before this sacrament. This is a sacrament of initiation.
Signs, Symbols and
Gestures
Description
Reconciliation is usually the second sacrament you take in your life. It is one you can take over and over again. Reconciliation is where you confess your sins to God and he will forgive you. You can take this sacrament at any age. Reconciliation is a sacrament of healing.
Flowing Water
Glowing Cross
Dove
Reconciliation
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Description
Eucharist is the sacrament where you take the body and blood of Jesus Christ. The priest hands you the bread and says "The body of Christ." and you say "Amen." It is the exact same with the wine. In the old days the priest used to put the bread in their mouth because they thought that only the priest could touch Christ. Eucharist is a sacrament of initiation.
Chalice
Bread
Grapes
Eucharist
Confirmation
Description
Confirmation is the sacrament that seals Baptism. It is where you get given the gifts and the fruits of the Holy Spirit. You are normally allowed one person to come with you. Confirmation is usually the last sacrament you take in your
school time. Confirmation is a sacrament of initiation.
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Reverence
Wisdom
Knowledge
Understanding
Awe
Right Judgement
Courage
Marriage
Description
Marriage is when to people come together in eternal love. They each give each other a ring. The ring is round symbolizing eternal love. This sacrament is usually held at a church and has a celebration called a reception after it. A reception is usually a party. Marriage is a sacrament of service
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Wedding Rings
Bouquet of Flowers
Love Heart
Marriage
Wedding Cake
Holy Orders
Description
Holy Orders is the sacrament where you become a Deacon. Firstly is a Deacon, Secondly is a Priest, Thirdly is a Bishop, Fourthly is a Archbishop and last is the POPE! In Holy Orders you receive vestments and a staff. You become a Deacon and read at large audiences for a little bit.
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Vestments
Staff
Holy Orders
Description
Anointing of the Sick is where you receive God if you are sick or ill. It is said to make you better if you are dying of very ill. A priest comes and gives you the sacrament usually in hospital. It is a blessing of God. Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament of healing
Signs, Symbols and Gestures
Oil
Anointing of the Sick
Laying of the Hands
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