Sanctifying Grace is the indwelling of the Holy Trinity (typically attributed to the Holy Spirit but actually includes all three Persons). With Sanctifying Grace comes life for the soul, holiness for the individual (and the opportunity to grow in holiness), an entitlement to a share in eternal Divine life (Heaven), and the earning of salutary merit (merit that contributes to heavenly glory). Two sacraments, Baptism and Penance, are considered sacraments of the "dead" because they are administered to individuals who either have never been baptized (and are therefore lacking in Sanctifying Grace due to Original Sin), or, having been baptized, have fallen in to mortal sin and have lost the possession of Sanctifying Grace. All the other sacraments are considered sacraments of the "living", meaning the sacraments can only be validly received by persons who are in the possession of Sanctifying Grace. Sacraments of the living strengthen and grow Sanctifying Grace for the recipient.