Adult Confirmation Sunday, May 31st. All information on the online form below must be completed. The registration forms are to be filled out by the pastor, priest, or Adult Formation/RCIA Coordinator. In order to safeguard the accuracy of the submitted information, the forms must be filled out by you in the presence of the candidate. Our Confirmation process is for those adult Catholics (age 18 and up) who have already been Baptized, received First Communion, and now want to prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Confirmation classes will start on September. They are now held with the RCIA classes on Tuesday nights - PM in the Event Center.
Confirmation completes the Sacramental anointing of Baptism and neglecting it without good reason is a mortal sin. The Sacraments give life to the soul. The same is true for Holy Communion, which is our Lord's True Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, since without receiving Him in Holy Communion, we have no life in us, as our Lord Himself has said. A ~ The requirements are that your godparent / sponsor be at least 16 years old, and that this person be a “practicing” Catholic. The qualities this person should possess are that this is someone you admire because of their unquestionable faith, someone who walks closely with God, and lives their life as closely to the Gospel teachings as.
May 25, · Baptism, Confirmation, and First Holy Communion concurrently, in accordance with the Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) adapted for Children. For more information regarding RCIA adapted for Children, please contact the Office of Evangelization, Catechesis, and Youth Formation. B. Sponsors must meet the following requirements at the minimum, but should be fully active in their own parishes, and must be able to validly receive Holy Communion each Sunday. Must be at least 16 years old; Must be fully initiated in the Catholic Church (Baptized, Confirmed, Holy Communion) Must not be parent/guardian of the adult.