Confirmation

Roles, Responsibilities, Expectations – A Relational Model

Parents, faith formation staff, catechists, sponsors, service project supervisors, peer ministers and the faith community partner with candidates throughout the year as we provide opportunities and resources for preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation:

  • weekly formal faith formation sessions – large and small group discussion
  • worship – Regularly attend Mass (5:15pm Saturdays; 9am, 11am, 5pm on Sundays)
  •  service projects - individual, small and large group
  •  sponsor – 1:1 connection with practicing Catholic mentor
  •  youth ministry events  
  •  community building – large group activities
  • get a jump start - here are 6 tips for a BETTER PRAYER LIFE

Important Docs:

Calendar

Questions? Please contact Jaclyn.


Sacrament of Confirmation Preparation Goals

A process that forms Catholic Christians who know, love and live the faith that...

  • emphasizes growth and belonging, and developing a relationship with Christ;
  • allows opportunities to discern, reflect, pray, question and learn about our faith, based from the four pillars of Catholic faith from the Catechism (Creed, Prayer, Moral Life & Sacraments);
  • understands the Mass and how to become more actively engaged;
  • uses the gift of free will to personally choose whether to receive the sacrament;
  • provides relational experiences as one phase of the gradual and lifelong process of conversion and spiritual growth.