How common is it for priests to make sick calls (emergency last rites, viaticum for the dying, etc.) outside of the geographical parish to which they are assigned?
Also, some priests actually live outside the territory of their parishes. As a practical matter, would they handle sick calls near their homes? A priest could live in a neighborhood outside their parish, and have neighbors who need their ministry, especially in an emergency. Would he take care of the sick call, or would a priest living in and assigned to the geographical parish be summoned instead?
I knew of one priest who served a suburban parish several miles out, yet lived in his own home in the inner city. I have to think this is not uncommon, especially where the parish does not have a rectory and the priest has to make his own living arrangements (perhaps receiving a monthly allowance to help pay for the house or apartment).