Confirmation is the completion of baptism, the giving of the full power of a Christian. "Confirmation" means a strengthening -- this sacrament strengthens and increases what we receive at baptism, particularly the power of bearing witness to Christ. To emphasize this, the ceremony of confirmation includes a renewal of our baptismal promises. We now become full-fledged members of the Church, lay apostles in the fullest sense. Confirmation is scheduled in a rotating process. (See the religious formation calendar.) The bishop normally confirms these young people in a special ceremony. Adults who are not confirmed can be confirmed when the Bishop comes or at the Easter Vigil.
Please call the Church office if you need to be confirmed.
Father Firmin 620-886-3596