Paragraph 1401

1401. When, in the Ordinary’s judgment, a grave necessity arises, Catholic ministers may give the sacraments of Eucharist, Penance, and Anointing of the Sick to other Christians not in full communion with the Catholic Church, who ask for them of their own will, provided they give evidence of holding the Catholic faith regarding these sacraments and possess the required dispositions.238


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

259. What is required of one who is to be baptized?

441. Is it possible to keep the Decalogue?

106. What do we learn from the temptations of Jesus in the desert?

350. Why is the Christian family called a domestic church?

131. What is the saving meaning of the Resurrection?

473. How does one avoid scandal?

362. What is eternal happiness?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What is the meaning of Christ’s death and how does it bring justification to sinners?

The Call and Commission of Moses: How did God call Moses to lead his people and what does this teach us about the Christian vocation? (Exodus 3-4)

What does it mean to love your neighbor as yourself according to James 2:8, and why is it important?

What do the passages in Daniel 7 and 11 teach us about the rise of the antichrist?

How is the humility and grace of God manifested in the Christian’s life, according to Psalm 138:6-7?

What does the Song of Songs teach us about the search for the loved one?

How is God’s sovereignty portrayed amidst the chaos in Lamentations 2:8-9?