Reconciliation

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Sacraments of healing : 

Sacraments of healing Anointing of the Sick & Reconciliation

What is “healing?” : 

What are some different dimensions of healing? What is “healing?” What are some of the ways that healing can happen?

ANOINTING OF THE SICK : 

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Gifts of anointing : 

Gifts of anointing strength through the grace of the Holy Spirit closer union with the suffering Christ contribution to the holiness of the Church and preparation for the journey into everlasting life.

Is any one of you sick? He should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him up. If he has sinned, he will be forgiven. : 

Scriptural roots of healing Is any one of you sick? He should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him up. If he has sinned, he will be forgiven. James 5:14-15

really, there’s ONE sin: The ORIGINAL sin of Self-Hatred : 

really, there’s ONE sin: The ORIGINAL sin of Self-Hatred Adam & Eve are dissatisfied with themselves. They falsely believe that what they are is not enough

POOR SELF-ESTEEM = False self—image : 

POOR SELF-ESTEEM = False self—image

False beliefs & false perceptions create fear : 

False beliefs & false perceptions create fear

CRACKED IDENTITY : 

Can you identity with any of these “FEARs?” CRACKED IDENTITY

When we fear, we are more likely to sin : 

When we fear, we are more likely to sin Hebrew term = het which means to err, to miss the mark. It does not mean to do evil Greek = hamartia, ἁμαρτία “to miss the target”

Personal sin : 

Personal sin Sin of Commission doing wrong Peter’s Sword Blood on Hands Sin of Omission failing to do right Pontius Pilate Water on Hands

Telling our stories: Bringing Darkness into the Light : 

Telling our stories: Bringing Darkness into the Light We all have a dark side – weaknesses that cause us to do things we know we shouldn’t.

A Mature Person: : 

A Mature Person: can admit that he or she has a “shadow” side has psychological insights into the roots of our fear Is careful not to blame & “project” our shadow onto other people uses skillful methods to work with and transform core fears

The Process : 

The Process Examination of conscience (before) Greeting & Sign of the Cross (how long) Confession of sins to Priest Priest gives Penitent a Penance (discuss) Penitent expresses sorrow (Act of contrition) Priest gives absolution

Our anointing / forgiveness ritual : 

Our anointing / forgiveness ritual Choose partner Gather materials, find quiet space on floor, and settle into sacred space 1 person share stories and confessions, and determine what needs healing and/or forgiveness THEN SWITCH PARTNERS and repeat steps Then … Take turns verbalizing what you hear your partner confessing and needing. Write that prayer down on their handout. Share with your partner your preference for being anointed on the hand or forehead

Speak the prayer as you anoint with oil : 

Speak the prayer as you anoint with oil

Lastly, : 

Lastly, Reflect (in writing on half-sheet) Document (digital storyboard / photos ‘n words for PPT) Leave feeling cleansed, healed, empowered

The reward ... : 

The reward ...

Works cited : 

Works cited http://www.prayerline.us/edvideos/7%20sacraments/Microsoft%20PowerPoint%20-%20SACRAMENT%20OF%20RECONCILIATION%20%5BCompatibility%20Mode%5D.swf

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