Do you believe that Jesus is the Resurrected Son of God?
Catechism of the Catholic Church
Like Baptism which it completes, Confirmation is given only once, for it too imprints on the soul an indelible spiritual mark, the “character”, which is the sign that Jesus Christ has marked a Christian with the seal of his Spirit by Clothing him with power from on high so that he may be his witness. This “character” perfects the common priesthood of the faithful, received in Baptism, and “the confirmed person received the power to profess faith in Christ publicly and as it were officially (quasi Exofficio).
When we are children, our parents and teachers pass on what they believe and know to us
but there comes a time when we have to evaluate what we believe and know.
Central to Jesus' teachings is the construction of the
Kingdom of God
Justice and righteousness hope for the poor, mercy and forgiveness.
Do you want to alleviate the pain and suffering of others?
After praying for and receiving the Holy Spirit, the apostles and disciples began the task of constructing the Kingdom.
We ask this same gift at confirmation.
How to be confirmed
If the Child is 7 or older:
- Register for Faith Formation through Ms. Susie Briggs
- Talk to Fr Bill before or after any Mass.