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The Sacrament emphasizes the truths that not only is each person a valuable member of the Church, but also each one is blessed by the Spirit with certain gifts and talents.
The anointing also reminds us that our bodies are valuable and are involved in the process of salvation.
The Sacraments of initiation always are concluded with the distribution of Holy Communion to the newly-baptized.
Ideally, this takes place within the celebration of the Divine Liturgy.
All the other Sacraments of the Church lead toward and flow from the Eucharist, which is at the center of the life of the Church.
This festival is recalled each time a young child is brought to Church for the 40 day SARANTISI after the birth. Visit this link to learn more about how to prepare for this service.
Through the three-fold immersion in the waters of Baptism in the Name of the Holy Trinity, one dies to the old ways of sin and is born to a new life in Christ.
Water is a natural symbol of cleansing and newness of life.
Sin is ultimately alienation from God, from our fellow human beings, and from our own true self which is created in God’s image and likeness.
Confession is the Sacrament through which our sins are forgiven, and our relationship to God and to others is restored and strengthened.
Following the custom of the early Church, Orthodoxy encourages the baptism of infants.
The Church believes that the Sacrament is bearing witness to the action of God who chooses a child to be an important member of His people.