If you are loyal to me and God with the 7 sacraments you will win salvation and a holy afterlife in heaven.
NO! I REFUSE TO DO THAT!
And now you have entered the church and must be loyal to God at all times.
I believe in God the Father,Almighty,Maker of heaven and earth. And in Jesus Christ, his only Son,Our Lord, who was conceived by the power and grace of the Holy Spirit, was born of the Virgin Mary,suffered under the power of Pontius Pilate,He was crucified, dead and buried,descended into the underworld,on the third day he rose again from the dead,He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father, the Almighty.From there he will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the flesh and the enduring life. Amen
"Most people in Medieval towns believed in God and in an afterlife, in which the soul lives on after the body's death. The church thaught that people gained salvation, or entry into heaven and eternal life by following the church's techings and living a moral life."
This is God's body...(holds out the bread)
.....Amen (eats the bread)
I dont love him, my father made me do this because he is the king of a far away kingdom.
"The first sacrament was Bapism, it was the entry to the church. To cleanse a person of sin, a priest pours water gently over his or her head at the baptismal font, the basin that holds the baptismal water."
Do you take each other to be your lovely weded spouse in sickness and in health till death brings you apart?
"Confirmation was the formal declaration of belief in God and the church. It was the second sacrament."
Now you have become a priest and will serve only to God
Ok, I will go help the peasants.
"A central part of the mass, the church service in which the priest consecrates (blesses) brad and wine. In the catholic belief, the consecrated bread and wine becomes the body and blood of christ."
"A formal union blessed by the church. After being married by a priesta cuple signs their names in a registery or a book of records."
"Holy Orders was the fifth sacrament in which a man becomes a priest."