Symbol: Laying of the Hands is a practice preformed by the priest in the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick

Symbol: Laying of the Hands is a practice preformed by the priest in the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick

Living The Sacrament : A Catholic NFP Community

Living The Sacrament : A Catholic NFP Community

The Sacrament Wheel - Great for teaching Primary children or families about the sacrament (Primary 3 Lesson 32)

The Sacrament Wheel - Great for teaching Primary children or families about the sacrament (Primary 3 Lesson 32)

"My Sacrament Book" - LOVE this idea for Primary children! Each page is designed to help them focus on Jesus Christ during the sacrament service! (Primary 3 Lesson 32 - Remembering Jesus Christ When we Take the Sacrament)

"My Sacrament Book" - LOVE this idea for Primary children! Each page is designed to help them focus on Jesus Christ during the sacrament service! (Primary 3 Lesson 32 - Remembering Jesus Christ When we Take the Sacrament)

The best way to get the most out of your sacrament experience. #BestDay #HisDay…

The best way to get the most out of your sacrament experience. #BestDay #HisDay…

Symbolism of the Sacrament. 8 Symbols from a talk given by John Bytheway- The best 3 hrs of the week.

Symbolism of the Sacrament. 8 Symbols from a talk given by John Bytheway- The best 3 hrs of the week.

Remembering Jesus Christ When we Take the Sacrament (Primary 3 Lesson 32) - Perfect for Primary or Family Home Evening Lesson

Remembering Jesus Christ When we Take the Sacrament (Primary 3 Lesson 32) - Perfect for Primary or Family Home Evening Lesson

The Sacrament—a Renewal for the Soul - By Cheryl A. Esplin  October 2014.  A wonderful talk about the sacrament and how to make it more meaningful.

The Sacrament—a Renewal for the Soul - By Cheryl A. Esplin October 2014. A wonderful talk about the sacrament and how to make it more meaningful.

Jesus showed great compassion for the suffering and commanded his disciples to do the same. As pastoral ministers, we encourage the ill and infirm to meet Jesus in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.  In observance of the World Day of the Sick (February 11), this special Sacrament will be available for those facing serious illness so that Christ’s ministers may be ministered to and receive his healing, strength, and grace.           The sacrament will take place in the Chapel

Jesus showed great compassion for the suffering and commanded his disciples to do the same. As pastoral ministers, we encourage the ill and infirm to meet Jesus in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. In observance of the World Day of the Sick (February 11), this special Sacrament will be available for those facing serious illness so that Christ’s ministers may be ministered to and receive his healing, strength, and grace. The sacrament will take place in the Chapel

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