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Yes, in the Catholic Church there are 3 sacraments of initiation: Baptism, First Communion (receiving the Eucharist), and Confirmation. All sacraments are received in that order.

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Q: Do you have to do the Eucharist before getting confirmed?
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Are you confirmed in the greek orthodox church?

you are confirmed immediately after you are baptised and you then receive the eucharist, as an infant or adolescent or adult.

How and when did the Eucharist begin?

the Eucharist began at the Last Supper before Jesus was about to die

When was the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist instituted?

Jesus instituted the Eucharist at the Last Supper, on Holy Thursday, the night before He was Crucified.The Eucharist was first celebrated the Thursday before Easter by Jesus and his apostles.

Can Christians who are not confirmed take Holy Communion?

Yes, but only if the Christian has taken the sacrament of the Eucharist, but otherwise, yes.

What did ancient Egyptians believe about the Eucharist?

Since the Ancient Egyptians lived before Jesus, they had no beliefs about the Eucharist.

Who receives confirmation?

Anyone who wants to be a part of the Church can be confirmed. They have to be baptized before they can be confirmed. They have also had to participate in communion before they can be confirmed.

Can people drink water and eat before Eucharist?

You are not meant to eat within an hour before receiving the Eucharist, but you can drink water during that time.

What sacraments must you receive in order to be confirmed?

Baptism. Ordinarily to be confirmed you would also receive Penance and Eucharist first. But it is possible to receive Confirmation next after Baptism, as in the Rite of Christian Initiation.

What are the responsibilities of a confirmation sponsor and who qualifies to be a sponsor?

To be a witness to the faith, and pass on that witness in guidance to the candidate. Qualifications: Catholic, Baptized, received Eucharist,Confirmed,and age 16 or older and not a parent of one to be confirmed.

Can you receive the Eucharist if you don't confess sins?

Who is going to know and hold you accountable if you don't confess your sins before taking the Eucharist?

What is the Catholic law concerning participation at Mass on Sunday?

To participate in the Eucharist, you must be a confirmed Catholic who is in a state of grace (i.e., who has not committed a mortal sin since the last confession). If you are not Catholic, it is permissible to attend mass, but not partake of the Eucharist.

What did Jesus do before he die?

he instituted the holy eucharist in the celebration of the passover.

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