Article by John Hardon, S.J., focuses on understanding the Sacraments. They are listed and briefly defined, then the responsibilities of believers are described in relation to our time.
The official, definitive and in-depth instruction on the Sacraments of the Catholic Church from articles 1113 to 1134 in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It elaborates the commonalities of all seven Sacraments.
A brief overview of the seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church with a general introduction to the category. Can be used as a refresher.
A thorough traditional treatment of the Sacraments from the Council of Trent in the form of anathemae in response to uncertainties amongst the faithful of the time.
Legislation on the disposition and conditions for reception of the seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church, as found in book 4 of the Code of Canon Law. Also includes sacramentals.
Testimonies of lay parish leaders on the Sacraments in general and of some particular Sacraments, mostly from Catholic people.
David J. Leigh, SJ, applies a modern theology approach to the Sacraments, bringing each one in turn under the light of modern cultural and social symbolism.
A Pastoral letter of Bishop John V. Daily of Brooklyn, New York, instructs on how the Sacrament of Penance leads to the Eucharist and brings one to the purification of souls.
This article in the Catholic Encyclopedia presents the necessity, the nature, the origin/cause, the number, the effects, the minister, and the recipient of the Sacraments.
Main points of Pope John Paul II's homilies during his visit to England in October 1982.