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Our Entrance into the Story: The Seven Scriptural Sacraments

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The Catholic Church professes seven Sacraments that convey the grace they signify: Baptism, Confirmation, Communion, Confession, Anointing of the Sick, Ordination, and Marriage. The spiritual life of the church revolves around these signs of God's love and grace. But how does a Sacrament "work"? Are there rules to them? Where in the bible can we find them? Do Catholic's believe they are more important than the bible? Only the Holy Spirit can give grace, not things made on Earth, right? What do they do? Where do they come from? Why do they matter? Who needs them and when? How do they work? 

In this series, Kristina Rake, theologian, lecturer, author, and award-winning preacher, explains everyhing you need to know about the Sacraments and why they are vital, not only to the life of the Church, but to Your life in Christ. 

Kristina Rake has her Masters in Theology and Scripture from Andover Newton Theological School in Boston. She is the author of numerous articles on theology and the bible and is an expert in educational curriculum. She is currently in formation for the priesthood in the United States Old Catholic Church under Archbishop James Long, her ordinary. Kristina has been teaching Catholic Apologetics, Scripture, Theology, and Spirituality since 1999, when she herself entered the Church from the Protestant Ministry. She can be reached via Facebook under Kristina Rake. 

My Old Catholic Radio is a ministry that adheres to the teachings of the United States Old Catholic Church. However, none of the opinions, thoughts, or ideas expressed on this station necessarily reflect the views of the USOCC, its Bishops, or clergy. For more information about the USOCC, visit: usocc.org. 

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