Married: Catholics seeking the sacrament of Confirmation must be married by the Church, either by a deacon or priest BEFORE receiving the sacrament of Confirmation (or Holy Communion, and Reconcilation). If a Catholic is currently married civilly, common-law, or by another Christian minister, they must marry in the Catholic Church prior to.
Sep 20, 2017 · Hello, I’m 35 years old, a cradle catholic. I have recently returned to the church after loosing my faith when I was 15 years old. I was baptized, and received my first holy communion. However, I quit my RCIA classes as a teenager when I lost my faith. Now that I’ve returned home, I want to be confirmed. I’m just wondering what to expect for adults who want to be confirmed.
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Apr 03, 2019 · About Adult Confirmation. The Adult Confirmation process is a fun interactive opportunity for Catholics who have not had the opportunity to receive the sacrament of Confirmation to complete their full initiation into the Catholic Church.
Good Shepherd is now offering an adult Confirmation process for any interested baptized Catholic. Generally, this formation process will involve instruction and faith sharing sessions starting in September and leading up to Confirmation the following year. The instruction process will take place jointly with the RCIA through December.