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Sacraments

Aleteia's collection of articles on the sacraments, the efficacious signs of Grace instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us.

Can a Catholic be “de-baptized”?

Baptism has a spiritual potency that can never be wiped away.

17 Ways to boost belief in the Eucharist

If each of us told five people about the Eucharist, and they each told five, and so on ...

Are the 7 sacraments mentioned in the Bible?

Catholics have always affirmed that all seven sacraments are found within the pages of the Bible.

No more excuses! Go to confession

Begin by asking to see yourself as God sees you.

What is a mortal sin?

The concept of a mortal sin is a biblical one, as well as something that appeals to natural reason.

Is baptism the same as christening?

The words are often used interchangeably, but there are a few differences.

What Neil Armstrong and I did on July 20, 1969

Which event was more significant? It seems obvious.

Why the Lord’s Day should be separate from the weekend

St. John Paul II believed that a "weekend" mentality can distract us from honoring God on Sunday.

Why do some Catholics pick Confirmation names?

The custom is a relatively recent one in the Catholic Church, but has roots in Scripture.

St. Cyril of Alexandria believed this was the cure for all of our imperfections

If you are lazy, sluggish, prideful or greedy, here is what you need to do.

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