[quote="bben15, post:1, topic:337378"]
Hello. :) I went to the dentist last week, and I found out that I will have to have two wisdom teeth removed within the next few months. I am not yet Catholic, but have been baptized. May I receive an Anointing, along with Confession preceding the Anointing? Maybe even Viaticum?
Also, if I could, would Confirmation be part of the last rites?
God bless you for answering my question. :blessyou:
You clearly have little faith in your dentist's abilities if you think he's going to possibly kill you.:D
What you describe is the Last Rites. Of course, you can go to confession at any time. Viaticum is for those who are dying.
I do not want to become engrossed in an argument about anointing. The rubrics in the relevant liturgical book speak for themselves. No, you shouldn't be anointed.
Confirmation isn't part of the last rites but if you're baptised and in danger of death a priest can confirm.
Good luck anyway. I went today - hate going:sad_yes: