Meeting Jesus In The Sacraments

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Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments

Meeting Jesus in the sacraments, is a book based on the different sacraments you see throughout the Catholic faith. Baptism, Confirmation, the Eucharist, Holy Matrimony, Reconciliation, Holy Orders and the Anointing of the Sick are the sacraments you see illustrated throughout the book and how these sacraments relate in our life. Throughout this paper, I will explain what ethical behavior Pope francis is calling for throughout these Sacraments and how we can live these sacraments in our own lives.
“The sacraments are not mere appearances, they are not rituals; they are the power of Christ; Jesus Christ is present in the sacraments(Francis,1).” Pope Francis. Baptism is the vital aspect of the Christian faith.
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As Baptism makes us the Children of God, the Eucharist unites us with Christ (Francis,51). The grace of these two things allows us to become one with God’s Mercy, his beautiful everlasting Mercy of God. The Eucharist compared to as the heart of being/becoming a Christian. Referred to as the sacrament of love, love flows from the faith you will soon become overfilled with as well as communion and faith. As you celebrate the Eucharist, it gives you a sense of how we are living. The Eucharist is the thanksgiving to God, as he gave his one and only son to die for our sins. A simple banquet as well but more than even that, the memorial of Jesus’ Paschal Sacrifice. So we should thank God for the blessing he has bestowed upon us, the Eucharist. This sacrament shall that his presence should still be among us to help shape us for communion and for the community. For it is that each Sunday, we can continue to give Praise to the Eucharist. The ethical behavior Pope Francis is calling for is for having good morals, you should know that on Sunday you should give praise and thanks for the lord, for it might not be how it is today(Francis,51-72). We experience the Eucharist through firstly how we look and identify with others. As Christ did throughout the Eucharist, he always updated himself, continuing to share with others through different things, just as we do during mass you see all kinds of different people. Secondly, we experience the Eucharist often times on the sense of feeling forgiven and being ready to forgive. Lastly, the correlation between the Eucharist and as a Christian community is the fact that we did not create the Eucharist, but our own celebration of celebrating Jesus and what he did( Francis 75-78). A personal example of how I can live this sacrament throughout my own life is celebrating the Eucharist because of Jesus Christ. Knowing as he was on the cross bearing slash

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