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1 The last sacrament represents the final step in Christ's spiritual journey.
2 Those who regard marriage as a religious sacrament may be concerned to convey the seriousness of the undertaking through symbolism and ritual.
3 Offenders were to be denied the sacrament by the local priest.
4 He was a high churchman for whom the sacrament of holy communion was the supreme moment of worship.
5 The sacrament embodies the reality of the power of love, known through suffering and division, as a healing power.
6 Second, for me the sacrament of Holy Communion is a focal point of feeding.
7 Who had made shit a sacrament?
8 The sacred sacrament of Holy Orders will be ridiculed, oppressed and despised, for in doing this, one scorns and defiles the Church of God, and even God Himself,[www.Sentencedict.com] represented by His priests.
9 Their minister taught them to use Marijuana as sacrament.
10 For others it is something they can do having received the sacrament of bread and wine.
11 The priest must be celibate in order to purify himself for the handling of the sacred in the sacrament.
12 At roughly the same time, Keara was preparing to receive Confirmationthe sacrament in which young Catholics recommit themselves to their faith.
13 He would appear at 6 a.m. in Addenbrooke's Hospital to celebrate the sacrament as its honorary assistant chaplain.
14 It is the sign of our redeemed and forgiven sin in being the sacrament of our unity in love.
15 Most months the elderly and housebound have a Mass and the Sacrament of the Sick in the Hall.
16 He could never be happy with morning prayer and not the sacrament as the chief morning service.
17 Buffalo tongue was considered sacred and was taken like a sacrament.
18 It was of no use if they received the sacrament of Matrimony and did not live as Christians.
19 He went home, confessed, made his will, took the sacrament and quietly expired!
20 There is also a beautiful altar rail decorated with ears of corn, grapes, etc. - all references to the Sacrament.
21 An unique feature of our Parish life is perpetual exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
22 In time, the self-denying monks gathered for worship and the sacrament of communion.
23 Soon, the army outside his tent would kneel to receive the sacrament, himself beside them.
24 During the feed-back session, it was clear that the parishes approached the sacrament of baptism in many, different ways.
25 Here, as so often in the New Testament, word and sacrament mutually reinforce one another.
26 Father Pat Day helped us to prepare through meditation, talking about the sacrament, and a service of Reconciliation.
27 In 1657, Pope Alexander VII. had authorized, by a special brief, the Bernardines of the Rue Petit-Picpus, to practise the Perpetual Adoration like the Benedictine nuns of the Holy Sacrament.
28 The formal remission of sin imparted by a priest, as in the sacrament of penance.
29 She wanted to give him a male child before they had the sacrament of matrimony.
30 Young people should be encouraged to spend time before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
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