Examples of Catholic confirmation letters include "My Letter to My Newly Confirmed Niece" and "A Letter to Darby Beckwith." Another example of a confirmation letter written to a family member is "An Open Letter to My Godson on His Confirmation."
In "My Letter to My Newly Confirmed Niece," the writer states that the niece's spiritual journey does not end at her confirmation. The letter says that the niece is part of God's army, and the niece should join the fight for good things instead of things that are just easy and convenient. The writer promises that the future brings challenges and hard times but that God is at work in each Christian.
Similarly, "A Letter to Darby Beckwith" thanks the confirmed niece for leading her uncle back to the church. The writer says that confirmation is a public proclamation of faith. The niece should stay vigilant and practice the sacraments in order to resist sin and temptation. Likewise, "An Open Letter to My Godson on His Confirmation" encourages the confirmed person to guard his Christianity and salvation.