My exhibition is about the region of Christianity. Different pieces of art work is presented to represent The Seven Catholic Sacraments. The sacraments are outward symbols for inner grace. 

This first piece is not a form of a sacrament. It simply shows the reason Christians exist today. The reason for Christianity is Following of Jesus Christ and how he was crucified.
The first Sacrament is Baptism. This piece is of John the Baptist; who baptized Jesus. Baptism is the purification of original sin with holy water.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion is represented here. It is where Christians consume the what they believe to be the "body" along with the "bleed" of Christ.
This piece is a showing the Sacrament of Reconciliation. It is where Catholics confuse their sins for forgiveness. They are given penance to do for absolution.
This piece shows a priest giving out the Eucharist. I am using this piece to represent the Sacrament of Confirmation. Confirmation is the renewal of your Baptismal Vows.
I am using this piece as the Sacrament of Matrimony. It is of Adam and Eve; who are symbols of love.
This piece is a photograph of a Nun. Women aren't able to fill the Sacrament of Holy Orders because it is only classified for priest, deacons, and bishops.
This piece is showing the last Sacrament of the seven. It is the Sacrament of the anointing of the sick. It shows Jesus Christ anointing a fairly large amount of people.
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