5.2 Key Sacraments
Article 143 - Key Sacraments
The Key Sacraments, also known as "The Keys" are seven (7) of the thirty three (33) sacred rites of the supremely sacred covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum instituted by the Divine Creator and entrusted to the Society of One Heaven and all associated valid entities being Recognition, Trust, Obligation, Inspiration, Forgiveness, Satisfaction and Expiration
Since the Key Sacraments are the same for every occasion and every Homo Sapien, living or deceased, it is only for the supreme authority of the Society of One Heaven to approve or define the requirements for their validity and what pertains to their licit celebration, administration, and reception and to the order to be observed in their celebration.
Sacred Celebrants have the discretion to deny a key sacrament to those who seek them when it is not an appropriate time or the applicant is not of proper disposition and competence.
All Celebrants, according to their respective ecclesiastical function, have the duty to take care that those who seek special sacraments are prepared to receive them by proper instruction, attentive to the norms issued by competent authority.
In celebrating a Key Sacrament the liturgical books approved by competent authority are to be observed faithfully; accordingly, no one is to add, omit, or alter anything in them on one’s own authority.