---Live Our Sacraments---
The liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the sacraments. There are seven sacraments in the Church: Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony, and Holy Orders.
The purpose of the sacraments is to make people holy, to build up the body of Christ, and finally, to give worship to God; but being signs, they also have a teaching function. They not only presuppose faith, but by words and object, they also nourish, strengthen, and express it; that is why they are called "sacraments of faith." The sacraments impart grace, but, in addition, the very act of celebrating them disposes the faithful most effectively to receive this grace in a fruitful manner, to worship God rightly, and to practice charity.
Confirmation is the Sacrament that confirms the Baptism, so also if call Confirmation, because it renews its promises. Baptism and Confirmation print character indestructible; why are Sacraments that can be received only once in life. This Sacrament gives to those who have been baptised by decision outside the opportunity, before the Church, confirm the commitments made by other people on your behalf, in your Baptism.
Holy Orders is the sacrament by which a man is made a bishop, a priest, or a deacon, and thus dedicated to be an image of Christ. The three degrees are referred to as the episcopate, the presbyterate and the diaconate.
A wedding is a time for celebration as two people publicly commit themselves to each other and become officially a couple.
It is a time for families and friends to share the joy of the couple getting married, to meet new friends and to greet more familiar ones.
When the wedding takes place in church then it is also a time to ask God's blessing on the relationship and the home that is being made.