A generation ago, most American Catholics were confirmed between sixth and
eighth grade. In recent years, it has been most common in this country for ...
Do candidates need a Confirmation name? Candidates may use their baptismal
name or another Christian name when receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation.
The goals of this program are: to prepare young Catholics for Confirmation by
presenting the genius of Catholicism in a compelling way; to demonstrate the ...
www.olgseattle.org/documents/Confirmation/FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.pdf
Jun 26, 2013 ... Adults and adolescents who were baptized into the Catholic Church as ... The
following are to be prepared for Confirmation within the Rite of ...
Joint Confirmation with the Roman Catholic Church is not permitted by its
Canons. In a joint Confirmation the confirming minister from the Church of
England is ...
The Catholic Diocese of Richmond's Office for Evangelization provides answers
to frequently asked questions about the sacrament of confirmation.
My daughter's class is supposed to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation this ...
it is not mandatory for those who do not wish to become fully initiated Catholics.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Confirmation. What is the difference ...
Do I need to be confirmed to be married in the Catholic Church? No, Church law
Date of Confirmation: Wednesday May 17, 2017 7:30PM, Most Reverend Timothy
P. Broglio, Archbishop for the Military Service, USA, will be the Confirming ...
How long does it take to prepare for confirmation? Each diocese has ... I am an
adult who was never confirmed, what can I do? ... How can I become a Catholic?