[ US /ˈsækɹəməntəɫ/ ]
[ UK /sˌækɹəmˈɛntə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to or involving a sacrament
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How To Use sacramental In A Sentence

  • Love for others, concern for justice and the poor are not so much a question of social morals as the expression of a sacramental conception of Christian morality because, through priestly ministry, the spiritual sacrifice of all the faithful is accomplished, in union with the sacrifice of Christ, the only mediator. Pope on the Essential Elements of Priestly Ministry
  • When sacramental participation had ceased to be the norm, people needed a reason for attending the liturgy.
  • Rather, it is roughly a desacramentalized form of chrismation. Thoughts on the Catholic Charismatic Renewal
  • If ordinations are classed as invalid because of such considerations, then the sacramental character of the ecclesial community is called into question.
  • (hagiasmos), and the great one (used on the Epiphany) followed by a sacramental which consists of bathing (nipter) afterwards. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • But they can not perform Catholic sacramental duties, such as hearing confession, offering Communion or giving last rites.
  • When the dramatic decline in the number of candidates for the priesthood is factored in, the threat to the sacramental mission of the church weighs heavily on today's ordained ministers.
  • He felt a sudden sense of shame, as though he were watching some private, sacramental act. FAMILY PICTURES
  • As we open ourselves to God through prayer, Scripture, and the sacramental life of the church, God's life is able to penetrate our beings more fully.
  • Many sick people find this sacramental gesture comforting, but I had my doubts about whether I should attempt it in this case. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
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