It says in the parable that our Lord gives in the Gospel about that man who prepared a great feast and invited many guests, that when it was time to eat, he sent out his servant to inform them that everything was ready. Being occupied with various tasks, or rather with nonsense, they excused themselves from coming; and so the indignant host told his servant, “Go out then to the plazas and markets. Make all the infirm, lame, and weak people that you find come and fill up my house.” And he did not say, “Tell them to come,” like with the first guests, but rather, “Make them come.” 

The infirm are brought by force to the magnificent feast of eternal health.