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Catechism of the Catholic Church
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1020 The Christian who unites his own death to that of Jesus views it as a step towards him and an entrance into everlasting life. When the Church for the last time speaks Christ's words of pardon and absolution over the dying Christian, seals him for the last time with a strengthening anointing, and gives him Christ in viaticum as nourishment for the journey, she speaks with gentle assurance:
who created you,
who suffered for you,
who was poured out upon you.
589 OCF, Prayer of Commendation.
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