​In what way do the sacraments as a whole reflect what the Church is?

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In what way do the sacraments as a whole reflect what the Church is?

How do the sacraments mediate a knowledge and experience of God in the church?

What does it mean to say that in Jesus is the primordial sacrament of God’s presence?

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Sacraments and the Church
In what way do the sacraments as a whole reflect what the Church is?
Sacraments as a whole depict the Church as the foundational, fundamental, basic, and the
universal sacrament of Jesus. In relation to the sole and unique source of salvation (Jesus Christ),
sacraments mirror the church as universal salvation sacrament. For example, the church gives

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