Roman Catholicism | Definition, Beliefs, History, & Facts
In Roman Catholic teaching, the sacraments serve to perpetuate the union of God and humankind. They are “the visible form of an invisible grace,” as St. Augustine famously described them. Roman Catholicism celebrates seven sacraments: baptism , the Eucharist , confirmation , reconciliation ( confession ), marriage , anointing of the sick, and holy orders .
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