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There are only three sacraments of initiation which include Baptism, Confirmation, and the Holy Eucharist.

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Q: What are the 7 Sacraments of initiation?
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What is the time for celebrating the sacraments of initiation?

The time for celebrating the Sacraments of Initiation is Easter.


Does confirmation complete the sacraments of initiation?

Yes. The 2 Sacraments of initiation are Baptism & Confirmation.


Why do the protestants have sacraments of initiation?

Sacraments of initiation are a way of receiving God inot your body


What is person called to the Sacraments of Initiation?

A person called to the sacraments of initiation are called candidates.


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Sacrament of Vocation, Sacrament of Healing, Sacrament of Initiation


Why are they called sacrament of initiation?

They are called Sacraments of Initiation as the rest or our Christian lives depend on them. The Sacraments of Initiation are Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist.


Which sacraments are sacraments of initiation?

Baptism, Confirmation & the Holy Eucharist


History of sacraments of initiation?

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Three classification of sacraments?

There are three classifications of sacraments: initiation, healing, and vocation. The sacraments of initiation are Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist. The sacraments of healing are Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick. The sacraments of vocation are Holy Orders and Holy Matrimony.


Is Reconciliation a sacrament of initiation?

No, the three sacraments of initiation are Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist.


What is presented to the elect?

The Celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation is presented to the elect in the Rite of Christian Initiation.


What does initiation mean when referring to the Sacraments?

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