No. 6 HOLY ORDERS
Holy Orders are only received by those called to be priests. This sacrament allows them to become the very men who can administer all of these sacraments to others. It’s a bishop who puts his hands over and prays over the new deacon or priest, consecrating him to Our Lord.
Holy Orders give a special effusion of the Holy Spirit and has a special characteristic: he who receives this sacrament will be a priest forever, his soul permanently marked and called apart by God.
Permanent deacons and Bishops also “receive Holy Orders,” distinct in rites and duties from those of the priest, although a consecrated bishop will himself already be an ordained priest, and most priests spend a year as a transitional deacon prior to their priestly ordinations.