Confirmation is a sacrament, ritual or rite of passage practised by several Christian denominations. The word meansstrengthening or deepening one’s relationship with God. Confirmation is a popular practice in the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox Churches where infant baptism is also performed.
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What does confirmation mean in the Catholic Church?
Confirmation is a Sacrament in the Catholic Church in which the one who is confirmed (confirmandi) receives the gifts of the Holy Spirit through the imposition of hand and anointing with oils by the bishop. It鈥檚 considered a sacrament of initiation which means that it brings you deeper into communion with the Church. Who administers Confirmation?
What is confirmation and why is it important?
Confirmation is a sacrament of initiation which completes baptism through sealing in Holy Spirit and anoints the recipient as priest, prophet, and king. In the Catholic Church, anyone that has been baptized properly can and should be confirmed.
Do all Christians have confirmation?
Today Christians disagree about confirmation. Most Presbyterians and Anglicans still have it, while other Christians, such as Baptists and Pentecostals mostly don鈥檛. My goal in writing this article is to help Christian teens understand what confirmation actually is, because there is a bit of confusion out there.
What is the difference between baptism and confirmation?
(The Lutheran, Anglican, and Reformed churches acknowledge baptism as a sacrament.) The Roman Catholic church views confirmation as a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ. It confers the gifts of the Holy Spirit (grace, strength, and courage) upon the recipient, who must be a baptized person at least seven years old.