READ: DOD Bars 50 Priests from Administering Sacraments, Locks Up Eucharist; Priest Sues | CNS News. Oh my goodness! Jesus was jailed. He is leading the Way of the first, 21st Century Priest Martyrs.
(1). Baptism (Babies and Adults. Received once. Trinitarian Form).
(2). Confession (Often reception is best. Easter duty: once a year required. Perfect Contrition needed to confess a Mortal or Sin of Sacrilege. Imperfect Contrition allowed for Venial Sins.)
(3). Holy Communion (State of Grace required. Can receive daily, if first requisite is fulfilled. Easter duty: once a year required during Easter Season).
(4). Confirmation (received once)
(5). Sacrament of the Sick (Sick, Dying or those being Operated on, and perhaps it would be wise for Soldiers going into danger, to receive it).
(6). Matrimony (Man and Woman, only)
(7). Holy Orders (Men only)
Jesus Christ Instituted these Seven Sacraments. They can be found in Scripture and Tradition.
Read: Catholic Catechism of the Catholic Church, CCC, for more information.
“Leave your parishioners in peace, and not in pieces.”
Praise God somebody in the hierarchy finally said it!
Cardinal Arinze is Prefect of the Sacraments in the Vatican.
No offense to Benedict XVI whom I dearly love,
but, I was secretly hoping God would pick Cardinal Arinze as our next Pope. He is so good.
I present only the first video. The other 8 videos are on YouTube. I do not speak Spanish or Portuguese, but I wanted to present this for those who are searching for answers, about God in another language. You will have to use your translator on your browser to read this little note. Hope this helps. Satan is real. But, don’t forget God is Love. Love is more powerful than death and evil. Never fear. God loves you and wants to heal you, if you are troubled or just need to go to Confession and get back into a regular routine of prayer, Mass and the Sacraments. Or if you are not Catholic, this information may serve to help you discern God’s Will for you. You’re welcome to become Catholic. Just make an appointment and talk to a priest. There is no pressure. Just talk to a Catholic about God, that you may know. Asking about God’s ways shows you know you need Him and want the correct path to walk. God and others will help. If they don’t well, keep looking. Don’t let bad Catholics be an obstacle that you use as an excuse, to stay away. This priest is in Columbia.