I will not leave you orphans;
I will come to you.
Christ's presence with us today.
"Being Christian is more than a cosmetic operation that embellishes life, it is a new beginning and rebirth, death and resurrection. ... It is not purely spiritual but involves the body, the cosmos, and extends to the new earth and to the new heavens."
-Pope Benedict XVI
Baptism, the first sacrament of initiation, is the foundation of the Christian life by which the person enters into the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Confession, one of the sacraments of healing, is an encounter of the soul with Jesus Christ, the Divine Physician, who longs to heal the wounds of sin.
This unique vocation forms men into the image of Christ, prepared for a lifelong vocation of prayer and service to the people of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahasse.
Confirmation, the second sacrament of initiation, seals the baptized person with the gifts of the Holy Spirit, equipping them for service to Christ.
Jesus Christ is the Divine Physician. Anointing of the Sick, one of the sacraments of healing, continues Christ's ministry of healing through the hands of the priest.
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The Source and Summit of the Christian life, the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, sacramentally present in the form of bread and wine.
Marriage, the sacrament of service, unifies a man and woman in an unbreakable bond, reflecting God's love for humanity and plan from the beginning.
Through a Christian funeral, we enter into the mystery of suffering and death assured that nothing can separate us, not even death, from the love of Christ.