1. a formal religious ceremony conferring a specific grace on those who receive it; the two Protestant ceremonies are baptism and the Lord's Supper; in the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church there are seven traditional rites accepted as instituted by Jesus: baptism and ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
2. (sacramental) of or relating to or involving a sacramentSource or sample of word "sacrament"
3. A sacrament, as defined in Hexam's Concise Dictionary of Religion is what Catholics believe to be "a rite in which God is uniquely active." Augustine of Hippo defined a Christian sacrament as "a visible sign of an invisible reality. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
4. Sacrament is the Grammy Award nominated fifth studio album from the American metal band Lamb of God. Released on August 22, 2006, Sacrament debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200 charts with first-week sales of 63,000.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
5. Sacrament was a Christian progressive thrash metal band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 1989. Their music was known for its evangelistic lyrics, and they often played to secular audiences. Sacrament is one of the pioneers of Christian thrash metal. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
6. The Sacraments of the Catholic Church are, the Church teaches, "efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
7. The sacraments are viewed as vital ministries in the Community of Christ for both individual and community spiritual development. They are viewed as essential to the mission, identity and message of the denomination, providing a common foundation for religious practice across the world. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
8. In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, most often simply referred to as the sacrament, is the sacrament in which participants partake of bread and drink water in remembrance of the body and blood of Jesus Christ. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
9. A sacred act or ceremony in Christianity. In Roman Catholic theology, a sacrament is defined as "an outward sign instituted by Christ to give grace."Source or sample of word "sacrament"
10. (The Sacramentary) by Ildefonso SchusterSource or sample of word "sacrament"
11. (Sacraments) the symbols and ceremonies of the church which confer a holy status or grace on a person. In Catholic, Orthodox and many Protestant churches, this includes Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Holy Orders, Marriage, Reconciliation (Confession or Penance), Anointing of the Sick.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
12. (Sacraments) the signs of God's grace; rituals through which believers participate in the spiritual reality to which they point. The Lord's Supper and baptism are the two sacraments recognized by all Christians.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
13. (sacraments) Religious practices such as baptism, and receiving the Eucharist.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
14. Sacraments are outward ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
15. (Sacraments) sacred acts of worship that connects us to God through Jesus Christ.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
16. (sacraments) Formal religious acts in which the actions and materials used are viewed as the channels by which God’s grace is communicated, either actually or symbolically. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
17. (sacraments) in Christianity, a rite believed to be a means of or visible form of grace, especially: In the Eastern, Roman Catholic, and some other Western Christian churches, any of the traditional seven rites that were instituted by Jesus and recorded in the New Testament and that confer ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
18. Literally, a "mystery." A sacrament is a way in which God imparts grace to His people. Orthodox Christians frequently speak of seven sacraments, but God's gift of grace is not limited only to these seven—the entire life of the Church is mystical and sacramental. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
19. a ceremony that Christians believe brings God's blessing to those who share in it. Specifically, these are baptism and communion, and for Roman Catholic and Eastern churches also penance, confirmation, holy orders (being a Bishop, Priest or Deacon), marriage and the Sacrament of the Sick (for ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
20. noun: a. a Christian rite (as baptism or the Eucharist) that is believed to have been ordained by Christ and that is held to be a means of divine grace or to be a sign or symbol of a spiritual reality b. a religious rite or observance comparable to a Christian sacrament salvationSource or sample of word "sacrament"
21. A sacred rite such as Eucharist, marriage, or baptism.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
22. 1) Holy rite, especially one solemnized in a formal, consecrated manner which is a bonding between the recipient and God, Gods or guru. This includes rites of passage (samskara), ceremonies sanctifying crucial events or stages of life. 2) Prasada. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"
23. a ritual enactment or object in which the holy is understood as being immanently present to the participant, as opposed to transcendent and removed.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
24. A visible sign of an invisible act of God. The two sacraments of our church are communion and baptism.Source or sample of word "sacrament"
25. In purely historical terms, a church service or rite which was held to have been instituted by Jesus Christ himself. ...Source or sample of word "sacrament"