Since Catholicism has some sacraments that my faith tradition (Methodism) doesn’t have, I was just curious which Catholic sacraments do former Protestants find to be the most beneficial in your walk with God?
For example, confession/reconciliation. Although it might be tough to confess one’s sins to a priest at first, my guess is that it would also be liberating to hear from the Lord’s representative that your sins have been forgiven beyond the shadow of a doubt — not just hoping that He did. Also, just the fact that you know you’re accountable to someone who is acting on behalf of Christ might make someone think twice before committing a sin. Just curious what others think, especially Catholics who used to be Protestant who might be able to relate to where I’m at now. Much appreciated.