There is no set order in which an individual should receive the seven Catholic sacraments, although baptism will always be the first, which along with the Eucharist, will generally be received before marriage due to age. According to the Catholic church, Jesus did not leave any specifics about the form or order to the sacraments, leaving it up to the church to decide the finer details.
Baptism is an essential first step in commitment to the values of the Catholic church, and is symbolic of an individual's first steps towards a life in the grace of God.
The Eucharist is a common second sacrament, and is a regular ritual conducted at Sunday Mass, where followers receive communion.
Confirmation is essentially a more advanced version of a baptism, reinforcing an individual's commitment to Christ and the Catholic church.
Reconciliation is composed of three elements: conversion, confession and celebration, all of which aim to promote the value of forgiveness.
Marriage is a statement not only of a couple's love for one another, but also their love for God, and also highlights the importance of family values in God's eyes.
Anointing of the sick is a sacrament which is performed to aid those suffering from both physical and mental illnesses.
Holy orders consist of the ordaining of a priest, imparting the power to lead others through the sacraments through the Eucharist and gospel.