-I seem to recall that there was some sort of quasi-equivalent term for an indulgence (but meaning more an act that brings grace to another), but for the living.
-For instance, if I think of someone who has since passed, I can offer a quick Sign of the Cross for their soul, to which I know is attached a partial indulgence (Ench-Ind. 55).
-I seem to remember some equivalent concept to this, in which the Church attaches merit to particular acts, but for the good of another who is living.
-Can anyone recall what I’m thinking of? Does anyone have anything along these lines to contribute?
TLDR: Does the Church supply grace for particular acts for the good/conversion/salvation of living persons? If so, what is this called? Is there a handy Enchiridion/Index of these acts?