Anointing the healers: a consecration ceremony for all staff
Language: 
English
Short Title: 
Anointing the healers
Abstract: 

All persons who serve the Lord through their work in a health care facility should be considered healers and need to be made aware of the special charisms in healing. Among the means of accomplishing this are pastoral department input into new staff orientation, periodic workshops recalling the Church's commitment to healing, special days of recollection, Masses, Bible services, scriptural sharings, and prayer groups. Especially meaningful may be a ceremoney in which individuals are anointed with oil to dedicate them to the charisms of their particular tasks.

Author(s): 
Toohey, T. J.
Item Type: 
Journal Article
Publication Title: 
Hospital Progress
Journal Abbreviation: 
Hosp Prog
Publication Date: 
Dec 1978
Publication Year: 
1978
Pages: 
34-35
Volume: 
59
Issue: 
12
ISSN: 
0018-5817
Library Catalog: 
NCBI Published Medical (?)
Extra: 
PMID: 711202

Turabian/Chicago Citation

T. J. Toohey. Dec 1978. "Anointing the healers: a consecration ceremony for all staff." Hospital Progress 59: 12: 34-35.

Wikipedia Citation

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