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What is Anointing with Sacred Chrism?

Catholic Answer Anointing with the Sacred Chrism is a sign of the Holy Ghost which designates a Christian as a priest, prophet and king. Chrism, a mixture of olive oil and balsam is consecrated by the Bishop and is used… Full Answer

Is chrism used in baptism?

No, Chrism is not used in Baptism. Chrism is used in the sacrament of Confirmation. One of the seven sacraments. You use oil and/or holy water in Baptism. You use Chrism in Confirmation.

What does it mean to lead a sacramental life?

Some christian faiths such as Catholic / Episcopalian have things called sacraments. You have heard of most of them like baptsim, communion, confirmation. As you accept these throughout your life the church encourages you to life in accord with them...that… Full Answer

What does rism mean?

It doesn't; there is no such word in English, although a lot of words end that way: prism, chrism, aphorism, terrorism etc.

What is consecrated water?

Catholic Answer There is no such thing as "consecrated water," probably what you are referring to is Holy Water, which is ordinary water, which has been blessed by a priest: Holy Water is a Sacramental. A Sacramental is a… Full Answer

What Catholic sacraments use oil?

Catholic Answer There are four sacraments which use Holy Oils: BAPTISM ( Oil of Catechumens, Sacred Chrism) CONFIRMATION (Sacred Chrism) HOLY ORDERS (Sacred Chrism) ANOINTING OF SICK (Oil of the sick)