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  • 1. Chapter 14<br />Anointing of the Sick<br />
  • 2. Definition: –noun Roman Catholic Church . a sacrament consisting of anointment with oil and the recitation of prayer, administered by a priest to a person who is very ill or dying.<br />Provided by Dictionary.com<br />
  • 3. Anointing of the sick is a Sacrament of healing<br />
  • 4. How it is celebrated<br />Administered by a Priest or Bishop<br />Principal elements are the laying-on of hands, prayer said over the person requesting the special grace, and the anointing of the forehead and hands with olive oil which has been blessed by a bishop<br />In emergency a vegetable oil may be used when blessed by a preist<br />
  • 5. Effects of the Sacraments<br />Union of the sick person to the Passion of Christ for his own good and the good of the Church;<br />Strength, peace, and courage to endure in a Christian manner the sufferings of illness or old age;<br />Forgiveness of sins and of penalty for sin if the person is sorry for his sins and unable to receive the Sacrament of Penance;<br />Restoration of sanctifying grace if sorrow for mortal sin is present; Effects of the Sacraments<br />
  • 6. Effects of the Sacraments cont.<br />Restoration of health if it is good for the salvation of the person’s soul;<br />Preparation for passage to eternal life;<br />Reproduction or removal of all temporal punishment due to sin when the ill person is properly disposed.<br />
  • 7. Recipients of the Sacraments<br />Is this a life-threatening or grave disease?<br />Is the person about to undergo surgery for a serious illness?<br />Is the person of advanced age?<br />Has a fatal illness become more serious?<br />
  • 8. why do we accept suffering?<br />We have original sin and actual sin.<br />We are fallowing Jesus’ model.<br />By accepting suffering for the wellbeing of others, we imitate the loving Jesus, who accepted suffering for our salvation.<br />When we accept our own suffering, we help to spread our own.<br />
  • 9. Why do we visit the sick?<br />We support the sick by visiting them.<br />The sick person can open up.<br />We can help the sick person through their illness.<br />
  • 10. Pictures by:<br />http://stanneosoyoos.org/images/anointing_of_the_sick<br />http://healthsciencetechnology.wikispaces.com/file/view/medical_symbol.gif/163203219/medical_symbol.gif<br />
  • 11. Information From:<br />Socías, James. Introduction to Catholicism: a Complete Course. Woodridge, IL: Midwest Theological Forum, 2009. Print.<br />

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