So, I was serving at Mass today, and an elderly lady got sick. They called an ambulance, and they took her outside and treated her out there. Father saw what was going on, and after he had done the consecration, he gave the EMHC the Holy Communion to distribute, and then he took the Oil of the Sick outside and anointed her. He came back in to purify the vessels and then Mass went on as usual.
Now, I have never seen this happen before. Most priests just go on with Mass as usual, and it was interesting to see Father do this. Is that what a priest is supposed to do during this situation? I always wondered what they were supposed to do when someone got sick during Mass, and I never saw what he did until today. It was sort of sweet to me. :D