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The Catechism of the Catholic Church says that "the first grace of this Sacrament is one of strengthening, peace and courage to overcome the difficulties that go with the condition of serious illness or the frailty of old age." There's quite a bit more: it covers six pages. "In this sacrament the sick person receives the strength and the gift of uniting himself more closely to Christ's Passion: in a certain way he is consecrated to bear fruit by configuration to the Saviour's redemptive Passion."

So one might say, 7: In Anointing, we recognise our own Cross.

However, I'm not sure that an oath can be brought out of that in the same way as your other six interpretations. I believe this sacrament is one of pure grace.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church says that "the first grace of this Sacrament is one of strengthening, peace and courage to overcome the difficulties that go with the condition of serious illness or the frailty of old age." There's quite a bit more: it covers six pages. "In this sacrament the sick person receives the strength and the gift of uniting himself more closely to Christ's Passion: in a certain way he is consecrated to bear fruit by configuration to the Saviour's redemptive Passion."

So one might say, 7: In Anointing, we recognise our own Cross.

However, I'm not sure that an oath can be brought out of that in the same way as your other six interpretations.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church says that "the first grace of this Sacrament is one of strengthening, peace and courage to overcome the difficulties that go with the condition of serious illness or the frailty of old age." There's quite a bit more: it covers six pages. "In this sacrament the sick person receives the strength and the gift of uniting himself more closely to Christ's Passion: in a certain way he is consecrated to bear fruit by configuration to the Saviour's redemptive Passion."

So one might say, 7: In Anointing, we recognise our own Cross.

However, I'm not sure that an oath can be brought out of that in the same way as your other six interpretations. I believe this sacrament is one of pure grace.

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The Catechism of the Catholic Church says that "the first grace of this Sacrament is one of strengthening, peace and courage to overcome the difficulties that go with the condition of serious illness or the frailty of old age." There's quite a bit more: it covers six pages. "In this sacrament the sick person receives the strength and the gift of uniting himself more closely to Christ's Passion: in a certain way he is consecrated to bear fruit by configuration to the Saviour's redemptive Passion."

So one might say, 7: In Anointing, we recognise our own Cross.

However, I'm not sure that an oath can be brought out of that in the same way as your other six interpretations.