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QUIZ and Catechism on Sacraments and Holy Oil (Catholic)

QUIZ and Catechism on Sacraments and Holy Oil (Catholic). Someone asked in my inbox; “what’s trending about quiz?”  a few minutes ago after we published ‘Quiz Questions for Consecration of Oil (Chrism) for Anglican and Catholic’. There is nothing special. We just noticed a  trend of search on the topic by readers.

In this post, we shall talk about the ROMAN CATHOLIC QUIZ AND CATECHISM On the SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING THE SICK. We devout a page for this because this practice is solely for the Roman Catholic denomination.

Like the other quizzes in our previous posts, answers have been provided among many options. We have chosen the correct answers for you and left some vacant. The correct answers are marked with stroke lines.

  1. When the priest is anointing the person with the oil he says ¨… mercy help you with the grace of the _________?

A. God

B. Jesus

C. Priest

D. Holy Spirit


  1. How many times are you allowed to receive this Sacrament?

A. everyday is needed

B. multiple

C. 1

D. 2


  1. What does the anointing of the sick heal?

A. heals their spiritual and physical strength

B. heal their illness instantly

C. doesn’t do anything

D. heals their relationship with the holy Spirit before they die


  1. What group is the Anointing of the Sick apart of?

A. Sacrament of Service

B. The Sacramento of Inisation

C. The Sacrament of healing

D. None of these

QUIZ and Catechism on Sacraments and Holy Oil (Catholic)

  1. How old do you have to be when you receive this Sacrament?

A. 60 years+

B. when you are an adult

C. any age

D. right before death


  1. What kind of oils are used in this Sacrament?

A. the oil of catechumens

B. The oil of the Sick

C. The chrism oil

D. The olive oil


  1. Where do they anoint

A. elbows

B. eyes

C. knee cap

D. left pinky toe


  1. Where is it mostly celebrated?

A. Homes and hospitals

B. The Church

C. At funerals

D. everywhere


Questions and Answers on Sacraments

  1. Cardinal Bernadin, the bishop of Chicago is best known for:

A. His opposition to the Daley political machine in his city.

B. His promotion of vocations to the religious life.

C. His multiple terms as president of the NCCB.

D. His teaching on how to embrace suffering in the face of death.


2. Jesus’ compassion to the paralytic was indicated by:

A. Saying, “Pick up your mat and follow me.”

B. Saying “Your sins are forgiven.”

C. Saying, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle.”

D. Saying, “He who has trust in me will make the journey to heaven.”



  1. Jesus’ cures were:

A. Signs of the arrival of the Kingdom of God

B. A heralding of a new age in the progress of medicine.

C. A revision of the procedures of Hippocrates.

D. The inauguration of faith healing.

QUIZ and Catechism on Sacraments and Holy Oil (Catholic)

  1. One should receive the Anointing

A. At the point of death once in a coma.

B. If it has never been received before and one is sick.

C. Only if surgery is anticipated.

D. If the nature of the illness is serious to any extent.


  1. Sick children

A. May be anointed if they are in weak condition even though no dangerous illness is present.

B. Should not misuse this sacrament by putting it off.

C. If they have sufficient use of reason to be comforted by this sacrament.

D. Will be anointed on the upper hand so they will not rub the oil off.


  1. What is the oil used in this sacrament called?

Ans: Oil of the Sick.


  1. Which of these is not an effect of the sacrament?

A. It unites the sick person to the passion of Christ

B. It gives the sick person the strength, peace & courage to endure his sufferings.

C. It provides the certainty of healing within a week.

D. It restores health if it is conducive to the salvation of his soul.


  1. Viaticum is

A. Holy Communion given at the end of life.

B. A viaduct built by a Catholic.

C. When the sick person cannot swallow the Consecrated Host, this multi-purpose pill is used instead.

D. A blessing given before the heart stops beating.


  1. The Sacrament of anointing the sick unites the sick person with the suffering of Jesus in his sufferings on the cross

A. True

B. False

  1. The minister of the sacrament

A. Are only bishops and priests.

B. Bishops, priests and deacons in emergency.

C. Anyone who has the intention to do what the Church requires.

D. The faithful who have special delegation from the Ordinary of the diocese.

  1. The minister lays his hands on the head of the sick person, and

A. Anoints the forehead and hand

B. Uses the words, “Be confirmed with the Chrism of salvation.”

C. Anoints only the area of pain or injury.

D. Has the sick person repeat the words after him.


  1. The epistle of James asks for whom to be called?

A. Presbyters

B. Overseers

C. Episcopal

D. Diaconoi