What are the requirements for confirmation?
One must be Baptized, receive Holy Communion, & confess their sins.
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you must have been baptized and received your first communion then you are ready to receive the first sacrament of initiation confirmation.
To be Baptized, & be an active member of the Church.
You must already be Baptized in the Name of the Father, and of theSon, and of the Holy Spirit.
Confirmation age is normally around the child's Sophomore year of school. You need a Catholic sponsor, do a certain amount of community service, attend church, attend the conf…irmation classes, and a few other requirements. If you wish to have a saint name, you must right a letter to your bishop with the name, the reason why you would like to change your name, and why you picked the saint you did.
Roman Catholic Answer You must be a baptized Catholic. You should have made your First Holy Communion. There are some eastern Rites that Baptize and Confirm infants at the sa…me time and immediately give them Holy Communion, I'm discussing Latin Rite Catholics here. Finally, you should be of an age where you choose to be confirmed, have been instructed sufficiently in the faith, and have recently made a good confession. If you receive the sacrament when you are in a state of mortal sin, you do not receive the grace of the sacrament. It is still given, but the grace will not be there while you are in a state of sin.
All covenants should be made before conformation. The ordinance of confirmation is to confirm a person a member of the church, at which service a blessing is pronounced upon t…he person as dictated by the Holy Spirit. In some churches a confirmation may be referred to as a sacrament and may be acceptable to the Lord as such.
Step 1 . Study the faith regularly, read the Holy Bible and learn about the lives of the saints. These things will help enhance and support what you are learning in the forma…l religious education classes.. Step 2 . Become aware that Confirmation is not the end of their religious experience, but the beginning of their lifetime commitment to God and the church.. Step 3 . Love God fully and must know about Him through continuing in prayer and Bible study.. Step 4 . Prepare further by learning about the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit. These are the gifts that the Holy Spirit brings at the time of Confirmation. Each one gives the believer a different attribute that will help you along your spiritual journey.. Step 5 . Prepare yourself for the Confirmation interview. The confirmation interview is a time for the Priest to question the one being confirmed about their faith.
To receive confirmation one must have been baptized into the Catholic Church, have received their first communion, have recently been to confession, and have taken the classes… leading up to confirmation to truly understand their choice and their faith.
A sponsor can be male or female, and must be at least age 16, a Catholic in good standing, and confirmed.
It is HIGHLY, HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommended. "If they can do so without serious inconvenience, Catholics who have not yet received the sacrament of confirmation are to recei…ve it before being admitted to marriage." (Canon 1065)
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The answer varies from Diocese to Diocese but generally speaking: a person must be a Baptized Christian, receive both the sacraments of Holy Communion and Reconciliation and b…e of a certain age. The age requirement is probably the most varied, some places do it early on and others require waiting until the teenage years.
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