What Does Being Confirmed Mean?

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In a Christian setting, confirmation is seen as indelibly sealing the people to the Holy Ghost, hence its name, Sacrament of the Seal. It imparts to people the 7 Gifts of the Holy Ghost which include; wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety and fear of the Lord. The Sacrament may only be received by one who is baptized, preferably while he is in a state of grace (i.e., not in a state of mortal sin).
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1. Yes, the "ritual" (actually called a Sacrament) means something. Every person who is confirmed is making a public statement that they agree with and believe everything
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The whole catholic religion is based on guilt. Now you're being made to feel guilty for not being confirmed. Bunch of hypocrites, you stand by your decisions, it's your life.
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In the Christian church, confirmation means that you have chosen to commit to life as a Christian. The confirmation ceremony usually happens after taking confirmation classes which you are taught about the Holy Communion and what it means. During the ceremony, the young Christian makes promises before God about choosing to live as a Christian.
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