- n. Plural form of sacrament.
“You point out that several spices were used in sacraments before they were used as seasonings.”
“The Catholic doctrine of the sacraments is shocking to everyone.”
“The sacrament of marriage, of the other six sacraments, is most like the sacrament of the Eucharist in that it is the intimate and exclusive gift of one's self to another, a reality signified and realized in the exchange of vows and the union of body and soul.”
“Baptists do not believe in sacraments exactly, but in ordinances.”
“And if you think maintaining a personal relationship with God without the sacraments is tough, I can tell you: it gets worse.”
“In cathedrals throughout the country, the bishops celebrate special masses during which the Chrism, a sacred oil used in the sacraments, is consecrated.”
“Anticlericalism, based on the belief that contemporary clergy were generally immoral and on the rejection of certain sacraments, especially baptism, were among the heretical positions spread by wandering preachers in the early twelfth century.”
“Those five commonly called sacraments, that is to say Confirmation, Penance, Orders, Matrimony, and Extreme”
“The ministry of the word and sacraments is designed for no other end than to lead people to Christ, and to make him more and more manifest.”
“Five other rites are commonly referred to as sacraments because of the Church's long experience of them.”
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