What are the sacraments in Buddhism?
There are no sacraments in Buddhism as in Catholicism and other Christian Religions.
Buddhism is not a religion in the western sense, it is more a philosophical approach. See What is Buddhism for further information
Buddhism does not have sacraments like in Christianity. External rituals in Buddhism, while not always practices by all Buddhists, are reflective of inward development (i.e. what we do out here is what we desire in us). But rituals are not required or demanded of you, except in particular monastic orders.
Sacrements and rituals are means of the mind seeking external help in its purification. The clinging mind ussually always trys to find assistance from some external thing. Instead of internal purification via mindfulness, good emotional boundries, and such. The end of suffering, or a healthy mind never ever comes from external rituals. Only principles of mindful understanding, mindful intention, mindful speech, mindful action, mindful effort, ......etc. has ever purified the heart and mind. The heart…
Jesus touches our lives though the sacraments. The sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist) are the foundations of every christian life. The sacraments of Healing (Penance and Anointing of the Sick) celebrate the healing power of Jesus. While the Sacraments at the Service of Communion (Matrimony and Holy Orders) Help members serve the community.