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Priesthood and Marriage

Priesthood and Marriage Priesthood The sacrament of Holy Orders is the sacrament through which the mission entrusted by Christ to the Apostles continues to be fulfilled in the Church until the end of time. It is therefore a sacrament of apostolic ministry. It has three degrees: episcopate, presbyterate and diaconate. KKK: 1536 Marriage Saint Paul …

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Confession and Anointing

confession and anointing Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. First of all, sin is an offense to God, breaking union with Him. It also violates communion with the Church. For this reason, conversion brings forgiveness from God as well as reconciliation with the Church, which is liturgically expressed and realized in the sacrament of penance and …

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Eucharist

Eucharist giving ourselves over to god The Eucharist complements Christian initiation, as well as the source and summit of life. The other sacraments and ecclesial services are related to and are directed towards the Eucharist.• The Eucharist has a large number of names, which is also a sign of its richness. Each of the names …

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Confirmation

Christening giving ourselves over to god Confirmation is another of the sacraments of Christian initiation. Receiving this sacrament is necessary as fulfillment of the grace of Baptism.• The name of the sacrament comes from the Latin word confirmatio which means confirmation. The etymology of the Polish word comes from the Old Polish word bierzmo, which …

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Christening

Christening giving ourselves over to god It is the first sacrament of Christian initiation. Holy Baptism is the foundation of all Christian life, the door to life in the Spirit (vitae spiritualis ianua) and the door that gives access to other sacraments. Through baptism we are freed from sin and reborn as sons of God, …

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