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Baptism

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  • 1. The Sacrament of Christian InitiationBAPTISM, CONFIRMATION AND HOLY EUCHARIST 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 1
  • 2. CCC 1212: the faithful Are born anew by baptism Are strengthened by the sacrament of confirmation Received in the Eucharist the food of eternal lifeSacrament of Initiation 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 2
  • 3. THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 3
  • 4.  Is the basis of the whole Christian life Is the gateway to the life in the Spirit The door which give access to other sacramentsSacrament of Baptism (CCC) 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 4
  • 5.  From the Greek baptizein to plunge or immerse symbolizes the baptized burial into Christ’s death, from which he rises up by resurrection with him as a “new creature” (CCC 1214)Sacrament of Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 5
  • 6.  Brings us new life in Christ and forgiveness of sins through water and spirit Incorporates us into the Church, and Into sharing in the divine life, as sons and daughters of the FatherThe effect: The Baptismal Grace(CFC) 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 6
  • 7.  THE MATTER: The baptismal water – being born again through water and the Holy SpiritEssential Rite of Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 7
  • 8.  THE FORM: “(Name) I baptized you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”Essential Rite of Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 8
  • 9.  A character that is imprinted on the soul, which consecrates the baptized person for Christian worship. Baptism can never be repeated. During our lifetime, God will never disown us our baptism.An Indelible Spiritual Sign:a Character 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 9
  • 10. Infants are baptized in the faith of the Church Baptism is a free gift of God’s grace; not something merited The beginning of our faith life A gift given through parents’ Christian lifeInfant Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 10
  • 11. Historical DevelopmentHippolytus in 215 “When they come to the water, let the water be pure and flowing. And they shall put off their clothes. And they shall baptize their children first. And if they can answer. But if they cannot, let their parents or someone from their family.”Infant Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 11
  • 12. St. Augustine The infant is oriented toward the good, toward God, rather than toward evil. Infant baptism is a path to salvation, removing original sin of infants and bringing them into state of grace.Infant Baptism 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 12
  • 13. “No one can enter into God’s kingdom without being begotten by water and spirit” John 3:5“Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved; whoever does not believe will be condemned.” Mark 16:16Necessity of Baptism to Salvation 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 13
  • 14.  What about those who are not Christians and have never been baptized with water and Spirit? God wills all men to be saved and know the Truth.Necessity of Baptism to Salvation 03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 14
  • 15. Therefore the Church also teaches“Those who through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church, yet sincerely seek God and moved by grace, strive by their deeds to do His will as it is known to them through the dictates of their conscience can attain eternal salvation.” (Lumen Gentium 16)Necessity of Baptism to Salvation03/15/12 prepared by: joan christi trocio 15

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