Anointing of the Sick

The next Anointing of the Sick sacrament will be available immediately after all Masses usually the first weekend every month.

You don’t have to be dying to receive the sacrament of Anointing of the Sick:

  • Who should come? Anyone who is sick. You don’t have to be dying to be anointed. If you have a cold or cancer, depression or diabetes, or any other ailment of the body or mind or soul, come forward to the altar following Mass and Father Frazier or Father Leo will administer the sacrament for your healing.
  • But I thought the sacrament was the Last Rite, for those who are dying? Not so!! The Anointing of the Sick is to offer prayers for possible recovery, with the more important intention to give strength to the soul of the sick person. Often, when people are sick, they get discouraged, depressed, angry, annoyed, and afraid. The Church believes that the sacrament offers a special grace to calm the spirit. If physical recovery is God’s will, so be it. If not, then the person needs the grace, strength, and encouragement to
    bear the illness with dignity.

Come for an anointing. Bring someone you know for an anointing. Spread the word!

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