Like Baptism, the Sacrament of Confirmation places a permanent mark on our souls that can never be taken away. It’s the mark of God’s chosen ones. This mark protects us from the power of evil. It also brings out our unique talents and gifts. It does this by blessing us with the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. We are called to use our unique talents to serve the Church as full, maturing members of the Body of Christ. Just as its name implies, Confirmation confirms in us the faith that God planted there when he first call us before Baptism.
Confirmation calls you to speak about your faith both in the Church and in your daily life.
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For those of you who have already received the Sacrament and desire to live it out in your church family here at Holy Trinity or the surrounding community, please go to our Ministries page for possibilities to live out your sacramental calling.
The Sacrament of Confirmation
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory had designated 10th grade to be the age for Confirmation consistent in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. The following guidelines for preparation are applicable:
Continuous enrollment in religious education is expected; however, two consecutive years of religious education are required, i.e., 9th & 10th grades are prerequisites.
Original Baptismal certificate issued within the past six months with the notations listed on the back for First Holy Communion.
Students are required to attend a Confirmation Retreat prior to Confirmation.
Sponsor form must be completed and signed by the sponsor’s parish pastor.