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  • The Sacraments Chapter 9
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  • The Sacraments in General Form Intention Matter Sacraments
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  • The Catechism of the CC 1210 Christ instituted the sacraments of the new law. There are seven: Baptism, Confirmation (or Chrismation), the Eucharist, Penance, the Anointing of the Sick, Holy Orders and Matrimony. The seven sacraments touch all the stages and all the important moments of Christian life:[1] they give birth and increase, healing and mission to the Christian's life of faith. There is thus a certain resemblance between the stages of natural life and the stages of the spiritual life.
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  • The Catechism of the CC 1211 Following this analogy, the first chapter will expound the three sacraments of Christian initiation; the second, the sacraments of healing; and the third, the sacraments at the service of communion and the mission of the faithful. This order, while not the only one possible, does allow one to see that the sacraments form an organic whole in which each particular sacrament has its own vital place. In this organic whole, the Eucharist occupies a unique place as the "Sacrament of sacraments": "all the other sacraments are ordered to it as to their end."
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  • Sacraments and Grace Sacraments are outward signs of inward grace, instituted by Christ for our sanctification graceChrist
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  • Sacraments of Initiation Baptism Confirmation Eucharist Most Catholics received these sacraments in this sequence: Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation.
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  • Baptism Baptism Baptismal Font Baptismal Vows Christian Names Baptism Baptismal Font Baptismal Vows Christian Names
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  • Baptism At Baptism, we pray over the water: "Father, look now with love upon your Church, and unseal for her the fountain of baptism. By the power of the Holy Spirit give to this water the grace of your Son, so that in the sacrament of baptism all those whom you have created in your likeness may be cleansed from sin and rise to a new birth of innocence by water and the Holy Spirit" (Christian Initiation of Adults, #222A).
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  • Confirmation Holy Spirit Chrismatic Oil Saints Names (Who is your hero?) Saints Names
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  • A change of condition A change of namecondition conversion of Abram into Abraham (the "father of many nations" Genesis 17:5) covenant of circumcision ratified God's special benediction. conversionAbraham Genesis 17:5circumcisionGod's Hebrew practice giving a name to the male child at the time of its circumcision on the eighth day after birth (Luke 1:59),name circumcisionLuke 1:59 conferring a name upon newly baptized Apostolic originApostolic apostle of the Gentiles before his conversion called Saul and afterwards Paul. apostleGentilesconversion The baptism of St. Paul Acts 9:18, but name Paul does not occur before Acts 13:9 while Saul is found several times in the interval.baptismSt. PaulActs 9:18Acts 13:9 We have no more reason to connect the name Paul with the Apostle's baptism than we have to account in the same way for the giving of the name Cephas or Peter, which we know to be due to another cause.Apostle's baptismPeterknow
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  • Change of name in adult convertsconverts Athenais who married the Emperor Theodosius the Younger, baptized (A.D. 421) receiving the name Eudoxia.baptized King Caedwalla who went to Rome baptized by Pope Sergius who gave him the name of Peter.Romebaptized Pope Sergius Guthrum the Danish leader in England who after his long contest with King Alfred was defeated consenting to accept Christianity was baptized in 878.DanishEnglandKing Alfred consentingChristianitybaptized
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  • What does "confirm" mean? To confirm means to strengthen. In Confirmation our faith is deepened and strengthened, and through this sacrament we are more perfectly bound to Christ and to his Church. (1285) In Christ you who heard the word of truth-the good news of your salvation-and believed it were sealed by the promised Holy Spirit, which is the pledge that we shall gain our inheritance when God redeems what is his, to the praise of his glory! (Eph 1:13-14).
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  • How is Confirmation given? In the Latin Rite, the bishop extends his hands over the person and anoints the forehead in the form of a cross while saying: "Be sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit." The person being confirmed answers "Amen," meaning, "Let it be so." The Gift is the Holy Spirit, who is the Gift of the Father and the Son to us. (1299-1301) Then they laid their hands on them, and they received the Holy Spirit (Acts 8:17).
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  • Confirmation As became separated from Baptism by a number of years, teachers and preachers began to speak of the meaning of Confirmation apart from the meaning of Baptism. Confirmation began to be described as a sacrament of "strengthening." The embrace of welcome and "kiss of peace" (which had become a "love pat" in the case of infants) now became a "slap on the cheek" to remind those being confirmed that they had become "soldiers for Christ."
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  • Confirmation At Confirmation, we learn what this new life in the Spirit implies: "All-powerful God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, by water and the Holy Spirit you freed your sons and daughters from sin and gave them new life. Send your Holy Spirit upon them to be their helper and guide. Give them the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of right judgment and courage, the spirit of knowledge and reverence. Fill them with the spirit of wonder and awe in your presence" (Christian Initiation of Adults, #234).
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  • CONFIRMATION IN THE ECONOMY OF SALVATION (CCC) The descent of the Holy Spirit on Jesus at his baptism by John was the sign that this was he who was to come, the Messiah 1286 In the Old Testament the prophets announced that the Spirit of the Lord would rest on the hoped-for Messiah for his saving mission.91 The descent of the Holy Spirit on Jesus at his baptism by John was the sign that this was he who was to come, the Messiah, the Son of God.92 He was conceived of the Holy Spirit; his whole life and his whole mission are carried out in total communion with the Holy Spirit whom the Father gives him "without measure."93 Pentecost.96 Filled with the Holy Spirit the apostles began to proclaim "the mighty works of God," 1287 This fullness of the Spirit was not to remain uniquely the Messiah's, but was to be communicated to the whole messianic people.94 On several occasions Christ promised this outpouring of the Spirit,95 a promise which he fulfilled first on Easter Sunday and then more strikingly at Pentecost.96 Filled with the Holy Spirit the apostles began to proclaim "the mighty works of God," and Peter declared this outpouring of the Spirit to be the sign of the messianic age.97 Those who believed in the apostolic preaching and were baptized received the gift of the Holy Spirit in their turn.98
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  • CONFIRMATION IN THE ECONOMY OF SALVATION (CCC) the laying on of hands the gift of the Spirit that completes the grace of Baptism 1288 "From that time on the apostles, in fulfillment of Christ's will, imparted to the newly baptized by the laying on of hands the gift of the Spirit that completes the grace of Baptism. For this reason in the Letter to the Hebrews the doctrine concerning Baptism and the laying on of hands is listed among the first elements of Christian instruction. The imposition of hands is rightly recognized by the Catholic tradition as the origin of the sacrament of Confirmation, which in a certain way perpetuates the grace of Pentecost in the Church."99 an anointing with perfumed oil (chrism) was added to the laying on of hands. This anointing highlights the name "Christian," which means "anointed" and derives from that of Christ himself whom God "anointed with the Holy Spirit." 1289 Very early, the better to signify the gift of the Holy Spirit, an anointing with perfumed oil (chrism) was added to the laying on of hands. This anointing highlights the name "Christian," which means "anointed" and derives from that of Christ himself whom God "anointed with the Holy Spirit."100 This rite of anointing has continued ever since, in both East and West. For this reason the Eastern Churches call this sacrament Chrismation, anointing with chrism, or myron which means "chrism." In the West, the term Confirmation suggests that this sacrament both confirms and strengthens baptismal grace.
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  • Isaiah Chapter 11 1 But a shoot shall sprout from the stump of Jesse, and from his roots a bud shall blossom. spirit of the LORD wisdomunderstanding counselstrength knowledgefear of the LORD 2 The spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him: a spirit of wisdom and of understanding, A spirit of counsel and of strength, a spirit of knowledge and of fear of the LORD, delight shall be the fear of the LORD.Not by appearance shall he judge 3 and his delight shall be the fear of the LORD. Not by appearance shall he judge, nor by hearsay shall he decide,
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  • Confirmation: Gifts of the Holy Spirit At Confirmation, we learn the implications of our new life in the Holy Spirit: Holy Spirit upon them to be their helper and guide. Give them the spirit of wisdom wisdom understanding, understanding, the spirit of right judgment the spirit of right judgment courage, courage, the spirit of knowledge the spirit of knowledge reverence. reverence. spirit of wonder and awe Fill them with the spi