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Anointing of the Sick. Sacrament of Healing Celebrating God’s Healing Love. What Anointing Celebrates: God’s loving concern. 1-God loves and cares for us when we are sick, suffering or dying 2-God heals our spirit and gives us comfort through the love of the Christian community

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anointing of the sick

Anointing of the Sick

Sacrament of Healing

Celebrating God’s Healing Love

what anointing celebrates god s loving concern
What Anointing Celebrates: God’s loving concern
  • 1-God loves and cares for us when we are sick, suffering or dying
  • 2-God heals our spirit and gives us comfort through the love of the Christian community
  • 3-Jesus’ suffering and death were not his final fate and neither for us.
ritual different rites for different circumstances
Ritual-Different Rites for Different Circumstances
  • Whole faith community –part of a mass or in a separate healing service
  • Non-Terminally ill person
  • Dying Persons
  • Who and how often
ritual elements
Ritual Elements
  • Prayers
  • Penitential rite
  • Scriptures
  • Laying on of hand by priest
  • Anointing with oil on forehead and hands(essential)
  • Holy Communion-
    • Viaticum
history
History
  • Early Christian communities
  • 8th-12th Centuries
  • 12th Century
  • Second Vatican Council
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