As indicated in Reply No. 6, the traditional method of receiving Roman Catholics is by Baptism and Chrismation, which is the method employed by most of the Holy Orthodox Churches, except the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Church of Romania, which receive Roman Catholics, by "economy" ("economia"), through administration of the Sacrament of Holy Chrismation (Confirmation), because they had been baptized "in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit," with water. The Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in North and Central America (ACOB) churches, except for the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR), employ the economy method, reception through Chrismation. The theory of the economy model of reception is that the Chrism, "The Seal and Gift of the Holy Spirit," rectifies, or fulfills, that which was inadequate in the baptism. The economy form of reception is used by the churches and jurisdictions as note herein for Protestants, also, who had a Trinitarian Baptism with water.