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As its name indicates, the sacrament of Confirmation strengthens the individual and

makes them firm in their faith. It brings the person to that perfect age, no matter what

their physical age, to receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit in order to defend and extend

the good news of the Kingdom.

This sacrament enriches the life given in Baptism and contributes to the strengthening

of the entire community, the Church in the Wisdom of the Holy Spirit. Reminiscent of the

day of Pentecost when the Spirit descended on the Apostles, the Holy Spirit dwells

within and enlightens each individual.

The symbol used in this sacrament are an anointing with Sacred Chrism and the

imposition of hand calling down the Holy Spirit. Confirmation is most appropriate

administered by the Bishop.

Click here for the Diocesan Norms for Sacraments of Christian Initiation and First



Confirmation Liturgy Planner (PDF)

Confirmation Scheduling Form (PDF)

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