Annointing of the sick

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Annointing of the sick

  1. 1. GLIMPSE OF FAITH ANNOINTING OF THE SICK
  2. 2. What is Anointing of the Sick ?
  3. 3. The sacrament which gives health and strength to the soul and
  4. 4. sometimes the body when we are dangerously ill.
  5. 5. Who should receive Anointing of the Sick?
  6. 6. All Catholics who have reached the use of reason and who begin to be in
  7. 7. Danger of death from sickness, accident, or old age should receive
  8. 8. Anointing of the Sick.
  9. 9. Should we wait until we are in extreme danger of death before we receive Anointing of the Sick ?
  10. 10. We should not wait until we are in extreme danger of death before we
  11. 11. receive Anointing of the Sick; we should see to it that, as far as possible,
  12. 12. we receive the sacrament while we are still in full possession of our faculties.
  13. 13. What are the effects of the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick?
  14. 14. 1 .An increase of sanctifying grace, or at times the restoration of the life of grace.
  15. 15. 2 The . forgiveness of venial sins, and even mortal sins if the
  16. 16. repentant sick person is unable to confess them.
  17. 17. 3 The remission . of the temporal punishment still due to unremitted sins.
  18. 18. 4 Strength to . suffer sickness with patience and resist temptations.
  19. 19. 5 Recovery of . bodily health when it is good for the soul.
  20. 20. How should we prepare ourselves to receive Anointing of the Sick worthily ?
  21. 21. •By a good confession •By acts of faith, hope and charity
  22. 22. •By fostering in us the desire to identify ourselves fully with God’s will.
  23. 23. Who can validly administer Anointing of the Sick ?
  24. 24. Only a priest can validly administer Anointing of the Sick.
  25. 25. When is it advisable to call priest to visit the sick ?
  26. 26. It is advisable to call the priest to visit the sick at the beginning of any serious illness, even without imminent
  27. 27. danger of death, and when a person advanced in age begins to
  28. 28. be notably weakened in physical strength since it is the duty of
  29. 29. priest to visit the sick and administer to them the sacraments
  30. 30. they need.
  31. 31. The sacrament which gives health and strength to the soul and
  32. 32. May the same sick person be anointed again?
  33. 33. The same sick person may be anointed again if he falls into serious
  34. 34. sickness again after his physical recovery, or if during the same
  35. 35. same illness his condition becomes more serious.
  36. 36. What should be done when there is doubt as to whether the sick person has reached the use of reason, whether he is dangerously ill, or whether he is dead ?
  37. 37. When there is doubt as to whether the sick person has reached the use of reason, or whether he is
  38. 38. dangerously ill, or whether he is dead, Anointing of the Sick should be
  39. 39. administered.
  40. 40. What should be done when there is doubt as to whether the sick person has reached the use of reason, or whether he is dangerously ill, or whether he is dead ?
  41. 41. When there is doubt as to whether the sick person has reached the use of reason, or
  42. 42. whether he is dangerously ill, or whether he is dead, Anointing of the Sick should be administered.
  43. 43. Should sick Catholics who have lost the use of their faculties be given Anointing of the Sick ?
  44. 44. Sick Catholics who have lost the use of their faculties should be given
  45. 45. anointing of the sick if they at least implicitly asked for their faculties.
  46. 46. What about those who obstinately persist in manifest serious sin ?
  47. 47. Anointing of the Sick should not be conferred on those who obstinately
  48. 48. persisted in manifest serious sin.
  49. 49. GLIMPSE OF FAITH ANNOINTING OF THE SICK

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