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A sacrament is an outward sign of inward grace our physical contact with god. In religion we use signs and symbols to represent religious ceremonies.

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G.C.S.E R.E course work y11 Richard Nolan A01 SACRAMENT'S A sacrament is an outward sign of inward grace our physical contact with god. In religion we use signs and symbols to represent religious ceremonies. There are 7 types of sacraments: baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Reconciliation, Marriage, Holy orders, Anointing of the sick The 3 main sacraments in the Catholic Church are baptism, confirmation and the Eucharist. These are 3 signs of initiation. You have to have conceded all of these sacraments to be a full member of the Catholic Church. The Eucharist is very important to Catholics you can see this by the Catholics having communion every week other religions have this sacrament every month. A summery of where thanks giving that's place during the sacrament of Eucharist: *the god of love in the scriptures *The gifts god's creation - bread and wine *The consecration of bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus. *The gift of Jesus to his people in the Holy Communion. ...read more.

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So they prepared the Passover. When evening came Jesus came with the 12 disciples while they were reclining at the table eating he said I tell you the truth one of you will betray me one who is eating with me. They were saddened, and one by one they said to him, surely not I? It is one of the twelve, he replied, one who dips bread into to the bowl with me. The son of the man will go just as it is written about him. But woe to that man how betrays the son of man! It would be better for him if he had not been born. While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, take this it is my body. Then he took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them, and they all drank from it. This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many, he said to them. ...read more.

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Then all of the fish of the river died, causing a terrible stench. The Second Plague Frogs miraculously multiplied in number, so many that the Richard Nolan 11js Land was infested with the normally aquatic creatures. Even people's houses had them inside. The Third Plague Vast swarms of gnat's tormented people and animals. The Fourth Plague Vast swarms of flies through the land, spreading disease. The Fifth Plague Disease on the livestock - horses, donkeys, camels, cattle, sheep and goats - but those of the Israelites was unharmed. The Sixth Plague Festering boils on people and animals through the land. The Seventh Plague Powerful hail storms that destroyed the standing crops. The hailstones were so big that any people or animals caught outside in the storm were killed. The Eighth Plague Locusts in such great numbers that the ground was covered with them. They devoured everything that survived the hailstorm. The Ninth Plague Darkness over the entire land for three days - but the Israelites had light in Goshen. The Tenth Plague Death of the firstborn. The Passover. Pharaoh let the Israelites go. The Wilderness Journey began. Before the plagues the Pharaoh said to Moses when he warned them about the plagues ...read more.

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