Why The Spanish Armada Failed

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Contents 1. Introduction 2. Sacrament of Reconciliation 3. Original sin 4. Sin 5. Conscience 6. Sign and symbols 7. Sacrament of the anointing of the sick The Sacrament of Reconciliation The Sacrament of Reconciliation is healing the Anointing of the sick. The Sacrament brings us the forgiveness that God and his church as we recognise for us to admit our sinfulness. Then God has forgiven our sins and we start a new life. The Sacrament of Reconciliation has three steps confession, conversation and celebration. The celebration of Reconciliation is to have the opportunity for making a new begging in our lives of faith. To celebrate the Reconciliation we have to spend some time thinking about what sin you have done and need to be forgiven by God. Preparation is essential in all of our lives without it we would all be all over the place. Reconciliation is a reminder to all of us that love God and he will never stop loving us no matter what. The Sacrament is also called forgiveness and penace. In the eighth chapter of Johns Gospel we read how Jesus forgave the women caught in adultery. Jesus heals the sickness of people and forgives sin. The church still carry’s on the Lords work by forgiving our worlds sins. The Sacrament Of Healing By Claudia Gega Introduction This booklet is going to tell you everything you want to know about sin, your conscience, original sin but mostly to know what the Sacrament of Reconciliation. This booklet helps you and is going to be telling what you can do if you commit a sin. God is with you. There is going to be so much that you are going to learn from this its going to help you so much. I have pictures to make you understand better there are so many things that i am ready to show you. Don’t worry about anything else because i am here to help you get over all the sins you’ve done
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