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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation

In Christianity, Confirmation is seen as the sealing of Christianity created in Baptism. .... (French text) or "the sign of peace" (Italian text), explicitly allow a gesture such as the touch on the cheek, to which they restore its original meaning .

www.beginningcatholic.com/confirmation

While Confirmation is a distinct and complete sacrament in its own right, its purpose is to perfect in us that which was begun in Baptism. We might say—in a ...

www.dummies.com/religion/christianity/catholicism/what-is-confirmation-in-the-catholic-church

Growth is vital to human life; the body and mind must grow to stay alive. Catholics believe that the soul also needs to grow to maturity in the life of grace, just as ...

rediscover.archspm.org/belonging/why-is-confirmation-important-what-effect-does-it-have-on-me

Through Confirmation, our personal relationship with Christ is strengthened. ... from God's viewpoint, which can help us come to grasp the purpose and plan of ...

www.churchofengland.org/our-faith/confirmation/what-is-confirmation.aspx

Confirmation marks the point in the Christian journey at which you affirm for yourself the faith into which you have been baptized and your intention to live a life of ...

theconfirmationproject.com/purpose-of-confirmation-primary-purpose-is-to-strengthen-personal-faith

Mar 6, 2017 ... We're continuing to share the data relating to the purpose of confirmation and equivalent practices. In case you missed it, here's Part 4, shared ...

www.catholic.org/prayers/sacrament.php?id=3

The sacrament of confirmation completes the sacrament of baptism. If baptism is the sacrament of re-birth to a new and supernatural life, confir- mation is the ...

ctscatholiccompass.org/confirm

Jun 21, 2011 ... In our leaflet Being a Confirmation Sponsor, we draw attention to this ... According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the role of the Confirmation sponsor is to, ... I hav been asked to b a sponsor n gorgor the meaning!?

www.gotquestions.org/confirmation.html

This, then, is the true meaning of confirmation—salvation was purchased by the blood of Christ in whom we have faith, it is evidenced by our walk with Him, and ...