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Sacraments - In religion and especially in Christianity, a sacred ceremony. The Roman Catholic, the Greek, and the official Anglican Churches hold that without the reception of certain sacraments the believer cannot attain salvation. Other Churches that they are symbolic only. The Greek and Roman Catholic Churches recognise seven sacraments; baptism, confirmation, marriage, penance, ordination, the eucharist and extreme unction. (embassy)

Sign and a seal of a promise made by God. There are only two sacraments in Christ's Church today: Baptism and the Lord's Supper. They correspond to the sacraments in the Church of the previous dispensation (circumcision and the Pascal Meal, respectively).(datarat)