THE 7 CHRISTIAN SACRAMENTS
Baptism is the basis of Christian life. It cleanses the child of his or hers
original sins and brings salvation. It begins your life as a Christian.
Eucharist is also called communion. When you receive communion, you are
accepting the body of Christ through bread and wine.
Confession is when you go to God for him to forgive your sins.
You speak to your priest and confess all that you have done
• When you are confirmed, the priest lays his hand on you head,
strengthening you by the Holy Spirit and you are a confirmed Christian.
• Marriage is when two people publicly make the promise
of matrimony to each other and become united in the
eyes of God.
This sacrament means that you will become a part of the
churches clergy. You become a leader in the church.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
• THIS SACRAMENT MEANS THAT YOU BECOME STRENGTHENED BY A PRIEST IN
TIME OF SICKNESS. THE PRIEST LAYS HIS HANDS ON YOUR FOREHEAD. HIS
HANDS WILL BE COVERED IN BLESSED OIL.
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