In order to make the adult decision to remain within the Church.
In order to make an adult decision to remain in the Church.
why is important to make observation of children in a child care setting
Confirmation is the "confirming" of one's baptismal vows, spoken on behalf of the child in its infancy. In confirmation, the child is now old enough to affirm these vows for him/herself.
The renewal of your baptismal promises at confirmation is very important as this is what you need to live a Christian life.
The most important part of Confirmation is when the pope, bishop or priest annoints you with the very important oil called the Chrism.
Baby Baptism is more the parents saying that they will bring this child up to know God. Confirmation is when the same child, later on in life, says for himself that he is Gods child
they explain the true meaning of confirmation and the whole purpose of the sacrament
No it is the bishop who has to confirm the child.
From birth onwards, the father is just as important as the mother in any child development, it will make a well balanced, contented child.
Confirmation is the Sacrament in which the young person receives the Holy Spirit. At Baptism, the child's Godparents made the vows on his/her behalf. At Confirmation, the young person makes the vows for his/herself.