Defending the Church: Part II-B-In Part II-B, I will go over and explain the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church. Last time, I defined the word sacrament and the word grace. To quickly recap, a sacrament is a visible sign or symbol representing an invisible grace; grace itself is a gift from God, given to us by supernatural means but received by the physical senses. In short, a sacrament is a ceremony, or other symbolic act, that reminds the person of a grace given to him, and acknowledges it. Defending the Church: Part II-B by ~PieWriter
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I also listed the seven sacraments of the Church: Communion, Reconciliation, Baptism, Anointing of the Sick, Confirmation, Marriage, and Holy Orders. While the first five apply to all members of the Church, the last two do not. I will go over this more as I explain each sacrament.
Also, it is important to note that much of the sacraments I will discuss are horribly misunderstood by non-Catholics and lukewarm/non-practicing Catholics alike. With th