My first Christian Journey started when I first got baptised in the church by the priest
I soon started kindergarten. My mom teaches me about God, and she teaches me on how to pray
As I continued my Christian Journey, I received the Sacrament of Reconciliation where I learnt that I can be forgiven of my sins by God and Jesus through the Priest
Baptism is necessary for our salvation, that's why our parents have us baptized not long after we are born. Baptism is seen as the sacrament of admission to the faith, bringing sanctifying grace to the person being baptized.
The community of believers and our parents make a commitment to care for and teach us as we are raised in the Catholic faith.
By this time, my relationship with God grew stronger day by day. I don't yet receive the Sacrament of Confirmation but I'm looking forward to that day.
During the Sacrament of Reconciliation, the Church celebrates the gentle love and mercy of God. The Sacrament calls us to confess our sins, seek forgiveness, and be reconciled to God and to one another.
There's this one day, my Lola who is very sick receive the Sacrament of the anointing of the sick. The priest sprinkles Holy water and lay his hand on her.
Receiving the Eucharist is one of the most important things we can do as Catholics. The bread and wine we receive at communion is the body and blood of Jesus. It becomes the bread and body of Jesus through Transubstantiation.
When I was 8, my relationship with Jesus grew because I received him for the first time through the Bread of Christ when I received the Eucharist for the first time
This sacrament helps us remain faithful to our baptismal commitment to witness to Christ and to serve others. The gifts of the Holy Spirit associated with Confirmation are strengths (or virtues) that Christian living requires if it is to be fruitful and complete.
The sacrament of Anointing of the Sick is administered during periods of illness, often near the time of death in order to bring the person receiving it spiritual and physical strength. As a sacrament, it is performed to give God's grace through the Holy Spirit .