I have often heard it said that the grace that is in the Church makes up for what is lacking in heterodox baptisms when such people are chrismated into the Church. However, what I am wondering is this: what about Orthodox baptisms(or other sacraments, for that matter) that are performed with an incorrect form? Like the priest just makes a mistake when he's doing it? For example, if someone is baptized by the priest saying "The Servant of God (N) is baptized in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Amen" three times, immersing after each time he says the entire phrase, instead of "The Servant of God (N) is baptized in the Name of the Father, amen (immerse), and of the Son, amen (immerse), and of the Holy Spirit, amen (immerse)". Or if he begins the right way, and then half way through makes a mistake, and so the person is immersed once in the name of the Father, then the priest hesitates and immerses them in the Name of the Holy Spirit, and then the last time in the name of all three persons of the Trinity. I have seen all these things done. Does the Church consider these mistakes to be covered by the Holy Spirit, or should the priest have repeated the baptisms correctly? I don't mean to be legalistic, I am just wondering how much the form of the sacrament can be changed before it isn't a sacrament at all.