Confirmation, a sacrament in which the Holy Spirit is given to those already baptized in order to make them strong and perfect Christians and soldiers of Jesus Christ. It has been variously designated: a perfecting or completing, as expressing its relation to baptism. With reference to its effect it is the “Sacrament of the Holy Ghost”, the “Sacrament of the Seal” (signaculum, sigillum). From the external rite it is known as the “imposition of hands”, or as “anointing with chrism”. The names at present in use are, for the Western Church, confirmation.
Sacrament in which the Holy Spirit is given to those already baptized in order to make them strong and perfect Christians and soldiers of Jesus Christ
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The Diocese of Cleveland requires all parishes to provide a Sacrament preparation process separate from the Family Parish School of Religion Program and the Catholic School Program.
Families who are parishioners of Saint Clement Parish and Saint James Parish gather for parent meetings and intergenerational activities for the family to grow in their faith.
Confirmation preparation is a 2 year process and open to students in 7th grade through 11th grade. Candidates attend Confirmation preparation classes in addition to Family PSR classes or Catholic School.
Candidates meet regularly for instruction throughout the year.
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