The three esential parts of the rite of confirmation are: baptism,eucharist and confirmation
Liturgy of the Word Rite of Confirmation (conferral of Sacrament by Bishop) Liturgy of the Eucharist If you wanted to divide it into more parts, you would either have to name the specific actions in the confirmation part, or break out individual parts of the Liturgy of the Word, or the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
The bishop is the ordinary minister of Confirmation but a priest, with permission, can also conduct a Confirmation.
Baptism and communion come first.
At Confirmation, the young person makes an adult decision to remain a loyal Christian.
The bishop is the usual minister of Confirmation but a priest, with permission, can also perform the sacrament.
It depends on what Rite you are in. In all the Rites except the Latin Rite (and perhaps the Maronite, not sure) Confirmation is given immediately after Baptism to week old infants. In the Latin Rite, it is up to the Bishop, Confirmation usually being given after the age of 12 or between 12 and 16.
The essential rite of Confirmation is the anointing with Sacred Chrism (oil mixed with balsam and consecrated by the bishop), which is done by the laying on of the hand of the minister who pronounces the sacramental words proper to the rite. In the West this anointing is done on the forehead of the baptized with the words, "Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit". In the Eastern Churches of the Byzantine rite this anointing is also done on other parts of the body with the words, "The seal of the gift of the Holy Spirit". crux
Any righteous person who believes in Christ, is baptized for the remission of his sins may receive the ordinance of Confirmation.
Although the Lutheran Church still has Confirmation, it is not a Sacrament in the Lutheran Church, but merely a rite of passage.
When the young person receives the Seal of the Holy Spirit.