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Who asked the question "is anyone among you suffering"

St James

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T or F Hebrew people believed that sickness was a punishment for their sins

True

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Because of this human nature is weakened and inclined to sin

Original sin

3

Early israelites believed that all suffering directly resulted as punishment for sin

Law of retribution

4

Theology question that tries to connect belief in gods justice with the reality that sometimes good people suffer unjustly and lie

Theodicy

5

T or F job accepts the conventional wisdom of his time that his suffering is caused in some way by his sins

False rejects

6

Enactment of gods justice to after death or to an end time when good people will be rewarded and evil people punished

Apocalyptic writing

7

Israelites lived among peoples of other religions who also looked at sickness as a

Moral condition

8

T or F Jesus did not say as much about suffering as he acted on suffering

True

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In mosaic law how could one become unclean and what were consequences

Touched sick person
Couldn't partake in community and pray

10

T or f Jesus defied the local customs of his day and touched the sick and disabled

True

11

T or F Jesus directly explained why god allows human suffering

False he didn't

12

How did god show he shares our suffering

By becoming man

13

Jesus ultimately answered the question about the meaning of suffering through his own

Passion and death

14

T or F without the help of the Holy Spirit, suffering will not free a person to love

True

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Who anointed and laid hands on those who were sick to heal them

Jesus' disciples

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Those who were sick were rubbed with oil blessed by the

Bishop

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Evidence of the rite of anointing comes from the

Apostolic tradition

18

T or F during the Middle Ages the anointing of the sick came to be seen as something that accompanied a final reception of penance and baptism

False penance and Eucharist

19

T or f council of Ephesus declared that only priests are to be ministers of the anointing of the sick

False Trent

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Last anointing

Extreme unction

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Food for the journey

Viaticum

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T or f the second Vatican council embraced both of the historical meanings of the sacrament of anointing: sick w emphasis on healing and dying to prepare for death

True

23

T or f when a priest is called to administer the sacrament to someone who has already died, he does not administer the sacrament of anointing

True

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What is the matter for sacrament of anointing

Olive oil blessed by bishop

25

Anointing of forehead and hands in roman or other parts in eastern rite, while accompanied by prayers of celebrant asking for special grace

Essential rite of anointing of sick

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Priest or bishop greets the sick person and gathered assembly

Introductory rite

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Allow the words of Christ and the witness of the apostles to awaken the faith of the sick person and the community

Liturgy of word

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Purpose of homily

Calls those present to deeper faith in gods healing presence

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T or f laying on of hands immediately follows the liturgy of the word

False the litany