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Title: Chapter 7: Baptism


1
Chapter 7 Baptism
  • Sacrament of Initiation

2
I. What it Celebrates-5 Realities
  • Being welcomed into the community of Jesus, the
    church
  • Lifelong conversion
  • New Identity
  • Mission of Jesus
  • Gift of the Holy Spirit

3
Community
  • What will we be for the new member?
  • Who can Baptize?

4
Original Sin
  • Created for good first humans chose sin
  • Inherited condition- to choose sin/goodness
  • Jesus comes to repair this relationship

5
Conversion and Re-birth-ongoing
  • Challenged to look at life situations as Jesus
  • Usher in the Reign of God
  • Baptism initiation celebrates this commitment

6
  • Permanent Seal (like Confirmation Holy Orders)
  • Necessary for our salvation

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II. Ritual of Baptism Symbolic Actions Words
  • Church the community
  • Four symbols of the Rite
  • Water
  • Oil
  • White garment
  • Lighted candle

8
III. Baptisms History
  • Jesus Baptized in the Jordan
  • Pentecost filled with the spirit they went and
    did as Jesus said
  • Go therefore and make disciples of all nation,
    baptizing them in the name of the Father and of
    the Son and of the Holy Sprit, and teach them to
    obey everything I have commanded you (Mt 21
    18-20

9
Early Church CatechumenateFrom Second Century
into fourth fifth
  • Sponsor
  • 2-3 year preparation
  • 40 days before sacrament was final preparation
    (evolved into Lent)
  • Easter Vigil

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Early Church Mystagogia
  • Period of study and intense involvement in the
    community
  • Support and strength around persecution and
    martyrdom

11
Evolution into 3 Sacraments
  • Bishops could not reach everyone so priests
    performed Baptism with water
  • and reserved oil for the Bishop at a later date,
    sometime years later. (became Confirmation)
  • By Year 500 infant Baptism was the norm.
  • Godparents-at least one has to be fully initiated

12
  • Children began receiving Eucharist when they
    understood the sacrament and Confirmation was
    moved to an even later age. (Baptism, Eucharist,
    Confirmation)
  • Eastern Church Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist
    receiving all 3 at one time as babies or little
    children

13
Since Vatican II
  • Ceremony specifically for babies young children
  • An initiation process for adults

14
RCIA-Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
  • Inquiry initial phase of seeking information
  • Catechumenate
  • Studies Catholic faith
  • Sponsor from the community
  • Rite of Dismissal
  • Period of Enlightenment or Illumination
  • Rite of Election
  • Easter Vigil (receive sacraments of initiation)
  • Mystagogia
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