5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- minister of Anointing of the Sick
- fourth vow
- Funeral liturgy
- a laying on of hands; anointing forehead and hands with oil of the sick (olive oil blessed by bishops)
- b missionaries of charity take a special vow to place themselves entirely at the service of the poorest of the poor
- c contains Scripture readings and prayers that remind those assembled of the Paschal mystery, the mysterious passage through death to new life; reminds us that there is life after death and hope in the resurrection of the body and the second coming of Christ
- d priest or bishop
- e a genre of writing that assigns the enactment of God's justice to after death or to an end time when good people will be rewarded and evil people will be punished. In the Bible, the Books of Daniel and Revelation contain examples of this type of writing.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- service commits or consigns the body to the ground, to wait in hope until the final resurrection from the dead
- earliest Scriptural reference of Anointing of the Sick; Evidence of healing power of Christ among members of the community
Followers of Jesus anointed and laid hands on sick
- word that starts most questions when one faces illness and suffering
- book of the Bible that focuses on the story of a man of the same name who deals with unimaginable loss and suffering yet refuses to blame God; ultimately recognizing that his ways are not God's ways and began to accept the will of God for his life
- "last anointing"; name for the Sacrament as a result of the devastating effects of the Bubonic Plague in the Middle Ages; sacrament was only given when death seemed imminent
5 True/False Questions
Henri Nouwen → variety of ways of denying a loss - putting on a happy face, plunging back into work, refusing to talk about the deceased, and so on
exorcism → gives the recipient strength, peace and courage to face illness and death; provides a grace to unite with the Passion of Christ; a grace for the Church to live out its role as the Body of Christ, responding to one of its suffering members; a preparation for the final journey (sacramentum exeuntium), journey to God.
form → spoken words of the formula: "Through this holy anointing may the Lord in his love and mercy help you with the grace of the Holy Spirit. May the Lord who frees you from sin save you and raise you up."
"Heartsongs" → three sacraments together of Penance, Anointing, and Viaticum for Catholics on their way to God
lament → may be directed at the doctors, other caregivers, God, and often the deceased