If your a confirmation candidate here are some modules that you should be working on to help you prepare for the sacrament. Please make sure you also complete the interactive components of each module as well. They will assist you in processing what you've learned.
Complete each module in order and by the due date.
The Sacrament of Confirmation is closely connected to your Baptism sine it perfects your baptismal grace, affirms the responsibilities and privileges that you received during baptism, and celebrates the gift of the Spirit given to you at baptism.
complete by 1/10/22 @ 8am
About The Sacrament of Confirmation
The reception of the sacrament of Confirmation is necessary for the completion of baptismal grace. By the sacrament of Confirmation the baptized are more perfectly bound to the Church and are enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit.
complete by 1/24/22 @ 8am
Being a Disciple of Jesus
The Kind of People He Invites
complete by 2/7/22 @ 8am
Choosing A Confirmation Saint Name
Choosing a confirmation name is an important step on the path to living a devoted, holy life in the Catholic Church. Your confirmation name, typically the name of a saint, will serve both as a reminder to your commitment to God and as your inspiration for being a steward of the church.
complete by 3/7/22 @ 8am
Click the button to submit the service hours you did as part of your preparation.
complete by 3/28/22 @ 8am
Who is the Holy Spirit
Before his Ascension, Jesus said to the Apostles, "You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8).
complete by 1/17/22 @ 8am
The Symbols & Gestures of the Rite
The symbols of Confirmation include Laying on of hands, Anointing with Oil, the cross, and the presence of the bishop.
complete by 1/31/22 @ 8am
Compassion is when we let our hearts reach out to feel another’s pain and joy. It is not sympathy from a distance; it’s being with and for another person on a personal and emotional level. This requires us to put ourselves in the other person’s shoes and hurt with them. In a sense, the Incarnation was the ultimate act of compassion of God.