St Paul's invites you to learn more about the Confirmation program at our parish. There are many changes in our Confirmation preparation program, including Life Teen sessions at Resurection parish. The Confirmation preparation sessions for Confirmation in May 2012, are now underway. The schedule is posted on this website. If you have questions, please contact
or call 410-465-1670.
"But the Helper, the Holy Spirit,
whom the Father will send in My name,
He will teach you all things[John 14:26]
Whenthe day of Pentecost had come; they were all together in one place. And suddenly there came from heaven a noise like a violent rushing wind, and it filled the whole house where they were sitting. And there appeared to them tongues as of fire distributing themselves, and they rested on each one of them. And they were filled with the Holy Spirit [Acts 2: 1-4]
St Paul's invites you to learn more about the Confirmation program at our parish. There are many changes in our Confirmation preparation program, including Life Teen sessions at Resurrection parish. The Confirmation preparation sessions for Confirmation in May 2012, are now underway. The schedule is posted on this website.
For more information on Confirmation at St Paul Parish
- see our bulletin (also available on line)
- call 410-465-1670
The Sacrament of Confirmation....Strengthened in Faith
Confirmation is about becoming personally responsible for one's faith and making good choices based on our catholic teachings and traditions. Confirmation perfects our baptism and brings us the graces of the Holy Spirit. Being anointed with holy chrism, it is now our choice to enter into a fuller communon with Christ's body of the universal church The sacramnet of Confirmation prefercts Baptismal grace and through the giofts of the Holy Spirit helps us to grow to Christain maturity, The sacrament strengthens our bond with the church, associates us more closely with her mission and helps us bear witness to the Christian faith in words and deed [Catechism of the Catholic Church Reference: 1316].
Confirmation is the third sacrament of thesacraments of initiation. Along with BaptismandEucharist, Confirmation completes our full membership in the Catholic Church. During Confirmation, those to be confirmed are asked to renew their Baptismal Promises. If one was baptized as an infant, the parents and godparents promised to raise the child in the Catholic faith. In Confirmation, the person being confirmed solidifies her/his own commitment to live a Christian life.
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