Last rites for a non-Catholic

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Q: Thanks for providing this service!  I learned tonight that “the” Mr. Rogers, a Presbyterian minister, received last rites from a Catholic priest who was a friend of his.  Does this mean that priests can give “last rites” separately from Viaticum or Anointing? 


A: Here’s an earlier blog post:

There is no section of any liturgical book called “last rites”. But people keep using the expression. A priest may anoint and give communion to a non-Catholic only under the provisions of the Directory for the Principles and Norms on Ecumenism.

Here is another post: