Today there is a greater need to create an ecumenical sacramentology and sensibility based on a common definition of sacraments. This short essay, however, does not intend to survey the extensive discussions on sacraments within the ecumenical dialogues over the past three decades. In the 16th century, many of the dialogues on baptism, Eucharist, and ministry concentrated to look into points of agreement and reconciliation. For the ongoing ecumenical dialogues, it is of utmost important to look into areas of convergences on the theology of the sacraments. One must deeply acknowledge the contribution of the Faith and Order document which tried to go further and express positions on matters such as anamnesis, epiclesis, presence, sacrifice, eschaton, ministry and apostolic succession to which all Christians could assent.