Are the 7 Roman Catholic Sacraments Biblical? Please supply Scripture verses to support your answer?

1) Baptism, which the Roman Catholic Church teaches removes original sin while infusing it with sanctifying grace. 2) Penance, in which one confesses his/her sins to a priest. 3) The Eucharist, considered the reception and consumption of the actual body and blood of Christ. 4) Confirmation, a formal acceptance... show more 1) Baptism, which the Roman Catholic Church teaches removes original sin while infusing it with sanctifying grace.
2) Penance, in which one confesses his/her sins to a priest.
3) The Eucharist, considered the reception and consumption of the actual body and blood of Christ.
4) Confirmation, a formal acceptance into the church along with special anointing of the Holy Spirit.
5) Anointing of the sick, performed by a priest using oil, anoints the sick person´s forehead and hands with oil; associated not only with bodily healing but with forgiveness of sins. When performed on a dying person it is called Extreme Unction (last rights, final anointing).
6) Holy Orders, the process by which men are ordained to clergy.
7) Matrimony, which provides special grace to a couple.
Update: * The doctrine of Seven Sacraments affirmed 1439
Update 2: Okay guys: It appears that you do not know what the word "sacrament" means. So here is the meaning. In order to qualify as a sacrament, the Roman Catholic Church states that it must meet the following three criteria: a) the external, that is a sensibly perceptibly sign of sanctifying grace, b) the... show more Okay guys: It appears that you do not know what the word "sacrament" means. So here is the meaning.
In order to qualify as a sacrament, the Roman Catholic Church states that it must meet the following three criteria:
a) the external, that is a sensibly perceptibly sign of sanctifying grace,
b) the conferring of sanctifying grace,
c) the institution by God or, more accurately, by the God-Man Jesus Christ. Thus, sacraments are not merely a symbol, but are believed to actually confer "sanctifying grace" upon the recipient.
The Roman Catholic Church believes that all of their seven sacraments were instituted by Christ Himself.
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