What questions should I ask a confirmation candidate?

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  • Who is the Holy Spirit?
  • When does the Holy Spirit first come to us?
  • How does the Holy Spirit help us?
  • Who is a Christian?
  • When do we become Christians?
  • What is the sacrament of Confirmation?
  • Why did Jesus promise to send the Holy Spirit?
  • When was the promise to send the Holy Spirit fulfilled?

What do I need to know for Catholic confirmation?

You stand or kneel before the bishop. Your sponsor lays one hand on your shoulder and speaks your confirmation name. The bishop anoints you by using oil of Chrism (a consecrated oil) to make the sign of the cross on your forehead while saying your confirmation name and “Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit.”

How does a candidate prepare for confirmation?

How does a candidate prepare for confirmation? They prepare by praying and reflecting on the life of Jesus Christ the mission of the church and the gift of the Holy Spirit. They discover what it means to be anointed with chrism and see how this anointing will change their lives.

What is a confirming question?

Confirmation questions Designed to find whether or not your message is understood by the prospect. After each important item of information is presented. Especially during their presentation of matching product benefits with needs.

What do you say at confirmation?

Congratulations!” “Wishing you all the joy and happiness in the world! Thank God for this opportunity to celebrate you and your faith!” “We wish you success in your life– both in your faith in God and in your pursuits of life.

What Every Catholic must know?

1) There is one God, who created, who preserves and governs all things. 2) God is a just Judge, who rewards the good and punishes the wicked. 3) In God there are three Persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. 4) The Second Person, Jesus Christ, became man and died on the cross to save us.

At what age does a child make their confirmation?

Candidates for Confirmation must be baptized in the Catholic Church and have received Holy Communion around the age of 7 years. Candidates are normally between 11-16 years of age.

Why are you ready to be confirmed?

One of the last steps after the Sacrament of Baptism in the Catholic faith is the Sacrament of Confirmation. Confirmation is the Sacrament in which Catholics receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit. This enables individuals to profess and confess their faiths as strong Christians, and soldiers of Jesus Christ.