The Seven Sacraments

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The Holy Eucharist in Fruit Wreath - by HEEM, Jan Davidsz. de - from Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna


The Sacraments bring Divine Life or Grace. Christ's Reason for taking upon Himself a Human Nature, was to Pay for Sin, by Death on the Cross, and to bring us a Higher Life: "I have come so that they may have Life, and have it more abundantly" (John 10:10). But, it may be said, that Man already has Life. Indeed he does; he has a Biological, Physiological Life. He once had a Higher Divine Life, which he Lost. Christ came to bring that Life back to Man. This Higher Life, which is Divine, distinct from the Human, is called Grace, because it is Gratis or a Free Gift of God.

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen


The Seven Sacraments

by Father Pablo Straub, CSSR

(Redemptorist Father Straub is a long-time Contributor
to Prime Time EWTN Television)

This Series of Thirteen (13) Reflections, of about Thirty Minutes each, have stood
the Test of Time, and have been Extremely Popular for many Years, on EWTN Television.
They are in MP3 format and may be legally downloaded for personal use only.


The Woman at the Well

The Church and it's Liturgy are the Work of God

The Sacrament of Confirmation

The Lamb of God and the Good Shepherd

The Mass is Calvary and Calvary is Forever

These are the Seven Sacraments

God is Mercy, the Sacrament of Forgiveness

Marriage comes from God

Marriage brings the Partners to God

To Live is Christ, to Die is to Win the Battle

The Thirst of God

The Church that Prays

How can I Pray