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Oil Dedicated to Blessed John Sullivan

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The Blessed John Sullivan healing oil is dedicated to the popular Dublin priest.  John Sullivan was born in Dublin on 8 May 1861.  He was raised in the Protestant tradition. In December 1896 at the age of 35, he was received into the Catholic Church at the Jesuit Church, Farm Street, London.

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Oil Dedicated to Blessed John Sullivan

Prayer:

Blessed John Sullivan, we turn to you with gratitude and hope, recognizing your unwavering devotion to God and compassion for others. Your life was marked by selfless service and a deep connection to the divine. We seek your intercession for our own struggles and challenges. As you showed kindness and understanding to those in need, inspire us to follow your example in our daily lives. Blessed John Sullivan, pray for us, that we may cultivate a heart of generosity, compassion, and a steadfast commitment to God’s will. May your example guide us on the path of holiness and lead us to a deeper relationship with our Creator. Amen.

Scripture:

1 Timothy 4:12

“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.”

 

The Blessed John Sullivan healing oil is dedicated to the popular Dublin priest.  John Sullivan was born in Dublin on 8 May 1861.  He was raised in the Protestant tradition.

In December 1896 at the age of 35, he was received into the Catholic Church at the Jesuit Church, Farm Street, London. He became a regular visitor to Dublin hospitals and convents where he was a welcome visitor.

In September 1900 John Sullivan decided to enter the Society of Jesus.  All who lived with him were struck by his dedication to prayer and to religious life. Despite his outstanding gifts, he never paraded his knowledge but was always careful to help others whenever possible.

He ordained a priest on 28 July 1907. He then appointed to the staff in Clongowes Wood College, Co. Kildare where he was to spend the greater part of his life as a Jesuit. He was always available to the sick, the poor, anyone in need.  The power of God seemed to work through him and many cured.

Fr John Sullivan died in the old St. Vincent’s Nursing Home in Leeson Street, a short distance from the Sullivan family home on 19 February 1933. Since that time, he has revered by many as a saint. During his lifetime many flocked to him in times of trouble and anxiety, confident of the power of his prayers – and that confidence continues. He still loved and remembered.

 

Tradition of oils

The tradition of anointing with sacred oil very old indeed. It used in sacraments and also as a devotional practice. The sick person applies the oil and blesses themselves.  As they do so, they asked to pray to whomever the oil dedicated to. The Irish blessings oils do not have miraculous power.  It is God who has the power to heal.  Applying the oil while praying are important ways for us to express our faith in God’s power. Moreover, by doing so we place our trust in God.

 The Irish Blessings oils dedicated to the Holy Spirit, Our Lady and the saints. The oils come through prayer.  They placed on their designated altars for a period of prayer before sent out. The oils are of therapeutic grade.
The bottles of oils going out are accompanied with a prayer card. In addition, they personalised for the saint to whom the oil dedicated to.

Luke 10; 33-34. The Good Samaritan
“But a Samaritan traveler who came upon him was moved with compassion at the sight. He approached the victim, poured oil and wine over his wounds and bandaged them”.

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