Liturgy October 28
By an immersion in water, Baptism speaks of death and revival: it brings to life.
By a touch that subdues, Confirmation speaks of being taken possession of: it causes possession by the Spirit.
By an assembly around the altar of sacrifice, the Eucharist speaks of nourishment that creates togetherness: it brings a whole people together in God.
By a welcoming touch, Reconciliation speaks of apologies given and accepted: it reconciles.
By an exchange of promises, Marriage speaks of mutual commitment: it makes one flesh of two.
By a gesture of authorization, Holy Order speaks of designating leadership: it creates leaders.
By a strengthening caress, Anointing speaks of healing: it bring spiritual and physical health.