Confirmation means saying yes to our baptism, saying yes to God and his many gifts in our life. Confirmation makes us fully members of the Church. We are called to take charge of our spiritual life as adults, responsible for our choices and fidelity to Jesus. We receive the Holy Spirit as a new Pentecost fulfillment of God’s promise. This sacrament makes us good stewards of God and act and active Catholic members of our parish.
Preparation: Young students in grade 6 are invited to prepare for Confirmation. They complete the registration form in January and present it to the parish office together with their certificate of baptism, first reconciliation and first communion. There are meetings for parents and students, as well a full day retreat for candidates. For more details with dates for the current year, please check the “Parish News” page.