Noun(1) a formal religious ceremony conferring a specific grace on those who receive it; the two Protestant ceremonies are baptism and the Lord's Supper; in the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church there are seven traditional rites accepted as instituted by Jesus: baptism and confirmation and Holy Eucharist and penance and holy orders and matrimony and extreme unction
(1) In spite of the human weakness of her members, the Church is a sign, a sacrament filled with Christ's presence, an enduring witness to her own divine origin.(2) the sacrament of marriage(3) It's a marriage in which the couple allows the grace of the sacrament to teach and empower them to love each other unconditionally.(4) The wine also, which through priestly consecration becomes the sacrament of Christ's blood, shows, so far as the surface goes, one thing; inwardly it contains something else.(5) some receive the sacrament of reconciliation(6) And he would show how the Mass itself could not exist without the contribution of those who worked in wineries and bakeries to make the elements employed in the sacrament .(7) Instead a Sacramental Test Act was introduced in 1704, which required every person holding civil or military office under the crown to qualify by taking the sacrament in their parish church.(8) As sacrament of the word of God, Scripture is more than the words on the page.(9) In South America the sacred use of the psychedelic ayahuasca has moved from the native populations of the Amazon Basin into the urban centers where it is the central sacrament in their religious praxis.(10) Ayahuasca, typically brewed as a tea, is used as a sacrament in Native American religious ceremonies.(11) he heard Mass and received the sacrament(12) With these words, we affirm the sacrament of creating sacred space.(13) The fact that he could be both at once is a basic sacrament in the Christian faith and a theme of Scorsese's film.(14) At the end of the anniversary Mass, there was a procession with the sacrament to an altar of repose.(15) Luther called the Christian sacrament the enacted word; the modern terrorist substitutes the propaganda of deed.(16) The whole of creation is a book of symbols or, as some prefer to say, is a sacrament of God.
1. sacrament ::
2. religious reformation ::
toe fuataʻiga faalelotu
3. reformation ::
4. intuition ::
5. prejudice ::
7. purification ::
Different Formssacrament, sacraments
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