At a Catholic confirmation, a person who has previously been baptized is initiated into full discipleship with Christ by the laying on of hands of a bishop or priest. Confirmation is a sacrament that deepens one's relati... More »

The Roman Catholic Church teaches that Confirmation is one of the seven sacraments that Christ gave the church. The sacrament indicates that a person's faith is confirmed and strong. A person who is confirmed also accept... More »

The four symbols of confirmation in Catholicism are the laying on the person with the hands, the anointing with chrism, the signing with the cross and the gift of peace. Confirmation is a Catholic sacrament through which... More »

The Last Rites are associated with the Catholic faith and they are administered by a priest, deacon or lay person to individuals who are terminally ill or about to die. The Last Rites are also referred to as the sacramen... More »

Writing a Catholic confirmation letter involves affirming the person being confirmed, sharing your own faith and personalizing the letter. Anyone can write a letter to affirm or celebrate with a young person going throug... More »

The four symbols of confirmation in Catholicism are the laying on the person with the hands, the anointing with chrism, the signing with the cross and the gift of peace. Confirmation is a Catholic sacrament through which... More »

The parents and the priest first welcome the guests and sign the child with the cross. Scriptural readings and discussion of what baptism means follows. Next, the child is baptized, and the godparents promise to help the... More »