What Are the Reform Catholic Sacraments?
Reform Catholic sacraments are:
- Baptism. All Reform Catholics are baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity by a clergy member upon joining the Reform Catholic Church.
- Absolution. This sacrament is offered at prayer services, before Masses and whenever arrangements are made with clergy.
- Communion. This sacrament is offered at Masses, and at Apostolic Services performed by clergy.
- Holy Matrimony. This sacrament is offered to members who want to be married.
- Holy Orders. This sacrament makes a member a clergy member and is a method of ordination. It is limited to a small number of trained, qualified people who passed a long education, testing and trial period, and who make a very big commitment of time and effort to the Reform Catholic Church and its members.
- Last Rites. This sacrament is given to those in imminent danger death.
- Dissolution. This is the religious annulment of a marriage. It is performed by Reform Catholic clergy at the request of married persons who have a non-existent marriage relationship and helps them to prepare to live a good and holy Christian life after their marital status is changed.